Grief, Loss and Change: Maintaining Vitality Through Transitions
This online course on Loss and Grief will help individuals and families experiencing grief associated with loss. The focus will be on helping people change their behavior, identify, experience and express their feelings, change limiting beliefs, resolve unmet expectations, and meet and experience yearnings. Participants will begin to experience their universal yearnings and life force energy to experience new possibilities of healing and growth in the face of loss and grieving.
People have experienced loss and are grieving because of corona virus resulting in the quarantine situation. In Chinese Medicine each organ is connected with an emotion. The lungs are connected with grief. The lungs are the most affected area of COVID-19. We are being called to grieve and honor the cycle of life, death, and rebirth. Grieving allows us to be present with our heart and allows it to soften. Allowing More connection to flow in and out of us. We have experienced a loss of safety, in some instances; loss of work, loss of money, loss of family members, and loss of freedom to move outside of our homes, loss of being able to go to work, and loss of connection with our family and friends.
Dates & Times
August 13, 20, 27 9:00 am to 2:30 pm each day
Linda Lucas, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor, MA, LCPC, has extensive training in Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy. Linda is an enthusiastic, experienced trainer and provides trainings for professionals, teachers, educators, staff, and families working with at-risk adolescents, attachment issues, addictions, couples, families, grief and loss, and self-care. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Sangamon State University in Springfield, Illinois, USA, and earned a Master of Arts in Human Developmental Counseling at the University of Illinois, Springfield, Illinois, USA.
Linda is Secretary of the Satir Institute of the Pacific, Clinical member of the Satir Institute of the Pacific, a member of the Satir Institute of the Pacific Training Directorate, and a trainer for the Institute. She is an approved senior trainer and faculty for the Banmen Satir China Management Center. Linda is a licensed clinical certified supervisor for Idaho licensed professional counselors. Linda has a private practice providing clinical supervision, and therapy to individuals, families, and couples. In addition, Linda provides Soul Contact/past life regressions. Linda travels throughout the world conducting Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy workshops and programs.
Anne Morrison, Registered Social Worker, MSW, RSW, is an experienced Satir Model trainer, supervisor, and therapist. Her career spans 50 years and includes work within family counselling, mental health, education, hospice, and various community settings.
Anne provides therapeutic services, wellness and counsellor training, and clinical supervision to an international client base that includes Canada, USA, Europe, Hong Kong, Singapore and New Zealand. As a senior trainer with the Satir Institute of the Pacific, she has taught both Level I and II programmes in Canada and New Zealand for the past 15 years.
Anne has also conducted specialized workshops and courses for social service agencies, groups and the general public in the areas of family dynamics, wellness., bereavement, stress management, grief, loss and change, and sexual abuse recovery. Her article on “The Satir Model with Female Adult Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse” was published in 2002.
Anne is also a trained Unitarian Lay Chaplain who co creates meaningful rites of passage for people to help them mark life thresholds, such as weddings, relationship endings, coming out, or coming of age, etc. She weaves this expertise into her training, supervision and therapy as appropriate.
Anne earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and Psychology from Pomona College, in Claremont, California and received a National Institute of Mental Health Fellowship to complete her Masters in Social Work degree from the University of Washington School of Social Work in Seattle Washington. She has regularly upgraded her professional skills through numerous Satir Model trainings over the past 20 years.
Anne has been both a Board member and Director of Membership for the Satir Institute of the Pacific, and she co facilitates the Vancouver Island Satir Network. Anne is a clinical member and Training Directorate member of the Satir Institute of the Pacific. She is also a clinical member of the BC College of Clinical Social Workers and the BC Association of Social Workers.
Anne has a thriving private practice, conducting Satir Transformational Systemic Therapy for individuals, couples, groups, and families within her peaceful Chemainus, BC office.