Thinking that resiliency may be critical to getting through this pandemic? Join us for a Community Conversation about Resiliency
Mission Hospice is pleased to offer this community conversation with Cheryl Jones, who will discuss resiliency in the age of COVID-19. Her perspective on resilience in hard times comes from both personal and professional experience, and it has been richly enhanced by more than 300 interviews on her radio show about transformation after loss.
Cheryl Jones, M.S. (MFT27876) is a grief counselor, educator, and radio host. She developed and taught in a three-year Continuing Education program as Manager of Professional Education at the Women’s Cancer Resource Center in Berkeley, CA. Her weekly radio show, Good Grief, focuses on the transformations that sometimes come about after deep loss. Her interest in illness and grief originated in the ten year period in which her first wife lived with cancer before her death in 1995. She recently published a novel, An Ocean Between Them. Though it is fiction, it is deeply informed by the experiences with cancer she’s had in her own life and the lives of her clients.
To learn more, contact Susan Barber at 650.532.2396 or firstname.lastname@example.org.Cheryl