Alternative Healing Methods to Cope with Grief

May 20, 2010

What:

Free workshops on how to utilize alternative healing techniques including Aromatherapy, Tai Chi, Fingerholds and other stress reduction practices to cope with grief hosted by Horizon Home Care and Hospice’s Grief Resource Center, Wisconsin’s only walk-in center dedicated to grief, bereavement and healing.

 

When:

Healing the Mind, Mending the Spirit

Wednesday, June 9 Noon-1:00 pm

 

Stress Reduction

Thursday, June 10 Noon-1:30 pm

 

Healing through Movement Tai Chi Demonstration

Thursday, June 10 5:00-6:00 pm

 

Where:

Horizon Home Care and Hospice Grief Resource Center

8949 North Deerbrook Trail, Brown Deer, WI, located in the business park on the northwest corner of Green Bay Road and Brown Deer Road, behind the Northshore Audi Dealership on Brown Deer Road.

 

About the Grief Resource Center:

Recognizing grief as a life-changing, yet common human experience, Horizon Grief Resource Center is dedicated to serving those whose lives have been touched by loss. Whether by appointment or walk-in visit, the center provides a safe haven and resources for individuals and families who’ve suffered a significant loss – including the death of a loved one, a beloved pet, a job, or another life-changing circumstance. In 2009 more than 2800 individuals were served by the Grief Resource Center.

 

About Horizon Home Care and Hospice:

Horizon Home Care & Hospice, a non-profit organization, is one of the state’s largest licensed, full service home care agency and hospice providers.

 

Contact:

Phone 414-586-8383 or visit www.hhch.net/griefcenter/.

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