Stonington, CT, March 06, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- A daylong retreat in a serene setting to inspire, encourage, and help those who have experienced the loss of a loved one move forward in their grief journey via expressive art and writing exercises and a walking meditation. This is an opportunity to connect with others on a similar path in a safe and supportive environment. No previous writing or drawing experience required.
Life After Loss – A Healing Retreat
Saturday, April 30, 2016, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The Way of the Labyrinth: Artist's & Writer's Retreat Center, Stonington, CT
Workshops will be led by:
Amy J. Barry of Stony Creek — Writer, Certified Expressive Arts Educator, Hospice-trained Bereavement Counselor, and Author of A Child’s Grief Journey.
Dr. Joanne Moore of East Lyme — Publisher of Pathfinder magazine, Author of After the Loss of a Spouse: What’s Next? and Trained Labyrinth Facilitator.
Linda Bradley of Manchester — Registered Art Therapist and Expressive Arts Therapist/Program Coordinator for Center for Hospice Care Southeast CT.
$150 cost includes continental breakfast, full lunch, and wine & cheese social time at days end. Rooms available for overnight stays. To make a reservation and for more information/questions on the retreat, contact Joanne Moore at email@example.com or 860-448-5149. Transportation from Mystic train station can be arranged. Register today, or by April 14 latest at www.Pathfindermag.com or phone: 860-448-5149. Space is limited. Presented by Act II Publications, LLC, Pathfinder.