Grieving is a profoundly intelligent, intuitive and sacred experience.
It can be enlightening or absolutely gut wrenching, sometimes both at the same time. We will travel the enigmas of grief, together.
Through my own experiences with multiple losses, I have found there are truths, treasures, techniques and tools that are invaluable in the grieving process.
I believe that with conscious effort and practical action, it is possible to take an active role in creating our new normal.
We will honour our losses and talk tactics as we dedicate time and space to exploring what is both timeless about loss and what it means to be grieving in the world today.
All are welcome and encouraged to join, whether your loss is recent, long ago, anticipatory or a living loss.
This is a safe and inclusive space.
BIO: Kimberly Sowers studied psychology at Penn State University. She has always been intrigued by how we respond to things we encounter and how, in turn, those responses shape our lives.
Having experienced significant, tragic loss in her own life, Kimberly paid close attention to her grieving, intrigued by what hindered and what helped.
Her process eventually grew beyond the personal and she began to study, volunteer and work with people who are experiencing loss in many forms.
She is passionate about connecting people in times of grief.