Atlanta Grief and Loss Center
“Grief is a matter of the heart and soul. Grieve your loss, allow it in, and spend time with it.
Suffering is an optional part. Love never dies, and spirit knows no less.” Louise Hay
Loss and Grief Support Group
Zoom Platform, Tuesday, July 5th thru August 9th, 2022, 6 pm-7 pm
Have you experienced a significant change, or life-altering event, that left you feeling disoriented, disconnected, empty, lost, or unable to reengage with life?
Our grief support group provides a safe, compassionate space for sharing and learning mind-body self-care practices. Anyone who has experienced a loss is welcome in the group, such as a death, illness, divorce, or abuse.
Each of us has the capacity to learn how to heal and be supported in our own grief journey. Healing practices include; sharing. coaching, meditation, journal reflections, ritual, and emotional/physical tools. Included one private session with me.
Presented by Joyce Dillon RN, MN, CNS. Master’s Degree in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing, grief counseling
Fee: $179.00 One-Time Payment ( 6 sessions)
Atlanta Grief and Loss Center help those who are struggling with grief, loss, suffering, blame, and depression… painful emotions that rob them of their vital life force.
We offer individual private sessions and group retreats that support the deep healing and awakening of each person, resulting in a rebirth of their vitality. Our healing process is based on ancient ways of tending our souls during turbulent times.
Our process helps:
- Caregivers, nurses, therapists, hospice workers, health care providers
- Anyone experiencing relational loss of a child, spouse, parent, partner, pet, or friend, or anyone experiencing a divorce, financial crisis, or job or home loss
- Those who are faced with trauma or illness
- Relationship survivors healing from old, emotional wounds
- Sensitives who grieve for the devastation of our precious planet and its people
- Anyone feeling stuck, sad or lonely
Agents of Transformation: The Gifts of Grief with Joyce Dillon
In this interview, Joyce shares about her training with grief-work facilitators Malidoma Some and Francis Weller, and about how grief work, when well done, can result in even more vitality and purpose.
Listen to the replay here from our podcast:
Loss & Grief: Opening Your Heart to Love Again with Melody LeBaron
Enjoy a private session or a rejuvenating retreat. If you have questions, please call Joyce Dillon at 404-881-1322 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.