Processing the Pain of Grief

Written by Sisters

June 22, 2019

Erica and Sharon discuss the new program that they have developed to deal with the pain when a loss first occurs.  From their work with so many grievers over the years they have noticed that people either avoid, resist or become over-reactive to their pain.  Processing the Pain of Grief is a program that teaches grievers how to allow their feelings to happen in order for healing to begin.

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