Whether you consider yourself a writer or not, we invite you to discover how reflective journaling can lead to profound insights.
Join Grief Coach Jenny Dilts and writer/activist Sarah Jeanne Browne on a journey of growth through grief in this intimate and interactive workshop. We will begin by hearing Sarah’s experiences of loss and how she used writing to help her process her grief. She will share lessons she’s learned along the way such as an appreciation for life, forgiveness, and compassion. Then we will take a deeper dive into the topic of grief in general and also how it’s different for each of us. In the final portion of the workshop Sarah will lead us with some of her writing prompts as we take our own deep dive into our personal experiences.
Jenny Dilts is part travel buddy and part grief expert. A Certified Grief Coach, she guides people as they deal with grief in their own way, in their own time, without expectations, judgment, and despair. Jenny accompanies them along the journey and invites them to move towards creating a life of joy and purpose. Through her own work, she has developed a friendship with Grief that fuels her passion to support others through coaching and grief education.
As a result, Jenny has also transformed her personal life from living in the shadows to shining brightly as an individual, wife, and mom of 5. Jenny is the founder of Grieving Coach and host of the podcast Share Your Story: Exploring humanity one heart at a time where we share stories of growth through grief.
Sarah Jeanne Browne
Sarah Jeanne Browne is a speaker, writer, and activist. She is a self help writer who has been published on Forbes, Lifehack, Tiny Buddha, Thrive Global, Elephant Journal, and more. She has led workshops for youth on leadership for The Peal Center, Pennsylvania Youth Leadership Network, and The Woodlands Foundation. She is a youth advocate with The National Foundation to End Child Abuse and Neglect. She is a "lived experience" speaker and writer with bipolar who fosters better understanding of mental health to end stigma. She promotes how to surrender as her self help philosophy.
Much of her “lived experience” comes from facing death and loss throughout her life. Paramount among them are her dad’s girlfriend dying from cancer and also her friend’s death by suicide. More of Sarah’s story can be found on Reimagine’s Instagram page. To connect with Sarah visit her website at sarahjeannebrowne.com.