IN-PERSON Living With Ambiguous Loss Support Group (4 Weeks)
January 18 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm EST| Free
- Learn about ambiguous loss, and ambiguous loss in the context of dementia, and how this unique type of loss differs from other losses
- Develop strategies to continue to engage the person with dementia despite your losses, despite your grief
- Engage in self reflection
- Learn how others are adjusting to their own changing relationships
This group is inspired by Pauline Boss’s book “Loving Someone With Dementia“.
Week 1: Introduction and defining ambiguous loss
Week 2: Your community and psychological family; family roles and family rituals
Week 3: Finding meaning; tempering mastery; reconstructing identity
Week 4: Becoming comfortable with ambiguity; redefining attachment and discovering hope
This is an in-person support group.
For the safety of participants and our staff everyone will be required to follow our COVID safety measures:
- Maximum group size is 12 (10 participants and 2 staff)
- If you have symptoms please stay home, please contact Marina at (416) 697-3243 or by email at email@example.com to let us know that you can’t make it
- Staff and participants are required to wear a mask at all times in our offices and during the group