Comforting Conversations: Managing Grief and Loss

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Comforting Conversations: Managing Grief and Loss

Grief and Loss can be especially difficult during the Holidays. Comforting Conversations is an event that provides community and connection.

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Hampton Inn Columbus I-70E/Hamilton Rd. 2093 South Hamilton Road Columbus, OH 43232

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Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

About this event

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The holiday season is challenging especially when dealing with grief and loss. It causes overwhelming feelings of sorrow, anguish, and sadness. Managing grief and loss during the holidays can make it difficult to enjoy celebrations and can cause an intense amount of loneliness, depression, and isolation.

  • Comforting Conversations is a space to find support and to find comfort while managing the holidays.
  • Comforting Conversations is a space to share, listen, and just be.
  • Comforting Conversations will allow the attendee to learn new ways to manage the holidays, make connections with others and find comfort.
  • Comforting Conversations is a space where people gather to connect, give and receive support, and find comfort.
  • Comforting Conversations is NOT therapy.
  • There are 5 Comforting Conversations being provided. Each will contain the same content by the facilitator.

Monique Phifer is a dynamic speaker, trainer, educator, and licensed therapist with over 25 years of experience in the fields of social work and mental health services. She utilizes her compassion, dedication, and drive to improve and elevate many lives. In 2015, Monique's commitment to fervent service and transforming lives; led her to create Solutions for the Silent LLC. It is a personal development company that offers mental health counseling, life coaching, and training. Monique's life mission and business model is to transform lives one conversation at a time. Her educational accolades include a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Youngstown State University and a master’s in Social Work from The Ohio State University.