Each teen grieves in unique ways. After a sudden or violent death some teens may develop traumatic grief responses and have difficulty coping. Here are ways to recognize and help your teen with traumatic grief. Being nonjudgmental, open to compromise and considering your teen’s point of view are important.
Teens ages 12-18 are invited to join us for GAP (Grief, Acceptance & Peace)
a virtual pop-up workshop on Sunday, April 11, from 11am – 2pm
Feeling grief and sadness is part of life.
Rather than avoiding these feelings or trying to control everything that feels chaotic or out of control, this 3-hour pop-up workshop will help you cross over the GAP from grief and trying to control everything to acceptance and peace.
This GAP workshop is very special
Every teen who signs up with receive a free copy of the Dream Up Now journal.
We’ll be joined by guest speaker MaLee Muse, inventor of the Quantum Memoir, and Kitsap residents will receive a 50% discount, respecting recent community losses.
Using the Dream Up Now journal, you’ll discover that emotions are impermanent, and that you have everything you need to decide how you feel and what you think. Learning to take control starts today.
Often, when we’re feeling grief or loss, there’s a tendency to withdraw, to hide your feelings. It’s a natural reaction, and it’s why we’ve limited this pop-up workshop to only three hours of together time, and no more than 15 participants.
The GAP pop-up workshop is a safe space without judgment.
If you’re ready to learn how to take control of your feelings — and find out how to use art to transform your darkness into light — you’re ready the GAP workshop.
Sign up at workshops.dreamupnow.com