Dayle E. Spencer, author of Loving Allie, Transforming the Journey of Loss, and Loving Spirit, Self-help for the Journey of Loss, will be offering a free, two-day grief recovery workshop on May 4 and 5, 2019 at Collabria Care, 414 South Jefferson Street, Napa, CA 94559.
Following the death of her only daughter, Allie Powell, in 2011, from the flu, Spencer has been writing, blogging and speaking about recovery from loss issues in many venues. When she was interviewed on the nationally broadcast Hay House Radio network, she said, “When Allie died, the single most important decision we made, was the choice not to view ourselves as victims. This decision has made all the difference in our ability to heal and to rediscover joy and love in our lives again.” She wants her readers and audiences to know that they are not powerless when they suffer a major loss in life, but that they have the capacity to learn from the experience and to actually emerge stronger in their broken places.
The workshop approaches the journey of loss from many perspectives: spiritual, multi-cultural, psychological, experiential, and through the lens of our unique personalities. Each participant will receive a free Myers-Briggs personality assessment to help them understand how loss is experienced and expressed differently and how stress impacts our response to grief and our recovery from loss. They will also receive an autographed copy of Loving Allie and a workbook based on Loving Spirit.
The workshop will be held on May 4-5 at Collabria Care in Napa, CA from 9am-4pm each day.
Each Loving Spirit Workshop will be limited to only thirty participants and only one per family. All participants must attend both days of the session.
Contact: Dayle E. Spencer
P.O. Box 4114
Estes Park, CO 80517