We will have a series of four evening programs this Fall. We kick off our Fall Program with:
"Mind-Mapping Your Death: How to Envision and Impact our Death Process"
One NASW CEU will be offered
Judith Pedersen-Benn will lead us in our first presentation that will help participants:
- understand how they can help dying people to take an active role in their death process
- understand how to incorporate the mental, emotional and spiritual preparations that enhance the "deathing" process
- construct a Mind Map for Death, assisting them in knowing how to do a mind map for death with the dying
To register contact Sherry Campbell @ firstname.lastname@example.org or call (423)486-4001
Judith Pedersen-Benn, MS, CADC, CHT, works with individuals, groups and organizations as they explore how to make positive changes, overcome self-defeating patterns, and integrate practices that encourage balance and wellness. For the past twenty years she has worked as a counselor, teacher, and organizational consultant. She incorporates her understanding of the reciprocal and relational nature of life into her professional practice and her work for peace and justice. She is a senior faculty member at the Center for Mind-Body Medicine and adjunct Faculty for Saybrook University. In addition, she is a Sage-ing Circle Facilitator and a Social Justice Activist. She is a longtime member of the Women’s League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) and Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Work.
October 13, 2017 5:30-7pm Death Cafe
October 27, 2017 5:30-7pm "The History of Death & Dying" Ms. Jennifer McClung
November 3, 2017 5:30-7pm "Stress Reduction for the Holidays!" Mrs. Kristie McKinley