Coping with Loss in Early Adulthood

Thursdays, Sept.24 – Nov. 12th, 6:15-7:45PM

Experiencing the death of someone close can be an incredible challenge at any time in one’s life, but the loss of a loved one in early adulthood is an especially unique experience. This 8-week group for 18-30 year olds explores some of the challenges unique to loss as a younger adult and will give a space for connecting with others and sharing your experience. This group will include information about grief/loss, tools for coping, and space for sharing of personal experience.

  • Fee – $280 per person

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About the Facilitator: Michal (Miki) Fire, Psy.D.

For over 10 years Miki has worked with a variety of populations supporting individuals and groups in issues related to grief, loss, death, and dying. With a background in wilderness expeditions, the grieving process, and general clinical practice, Miki brings a profound sensitivity to the dynamics of how psyche and nature are intimately connected, and how experiences of grief and loss can transform our experience of life.