GRIEF is the normal and natural reaction to any significant emotional loss. While the death of a loved one is considered to be the most painful loss, divorce, retirement, financial and health issues can also be sources of significant grief. Unfortunately grief is often one of society's least understood and most off-limits topic for discussion. Often grievers feel totally alone, trying to deal with the conflicting emotions caused by loss.
Sadness, fear, anger, confusion, inability to concentrate, and sleeplessness are just some of the normal symptoms of grief. Dhyana offers both Grief Recovery Outreach Programs for groups and one-on-one Grief Recovery Programs for individuals. Both provide you with a safe environment and accurate information about grief.
You will learn appropriate skills that lead to successful completion of relationships that have ended or changed. The program uses a format designed by the Grief Recovery Institute. It creates an environment in which you can learn and practice the new actions that lead to recovery. You will participate in exercises that will guide you through the process of Moving Beyond Loss, a process of recovery that will actually embrace your life rather than limit it.
Dhyana Rose, Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, learned during certification training how to move beyond living in the "if onlys" of the past, avoiding the present, and fearing the future. She offers Grief Recovery programs or one-on-one Sessions to help you move beyond your pain to a richer, more fulfilling life.
For more information, call The Open Rose, 720-234-3770
Dhyana Rose, Certified Grief Recovery Specialist
"Thank you so much for the Grief Recovery. The timing was perfect and I'm so glad I could participate. It has changed my life." M.B.
"Thank you for this workshop. I am happy and relieved to have been introduced to such an amazing concept." D.I.
"I like the group sessions because of the positive and encouraging interaction. It helps to hear of others' experiences." D.S.
"Thank you so much for the Grief Recovery work. It is a very important piece as I move forward." K.E.