ART is a powerful tool for grief recovery. YOU can learn how to use it - n o previous art experience necessary. Grief is a healthy response to a loss. There's no specific time frame for it's completion, and there's no certain way we have to do it. Often when we feel "stuck" in grief, it's because we've hit a wall. It might be adversely affecting relationships, jobs, or day-to-day life. Or it might be taking over your thoughts, coloring your emotions, and infiltrating your identity. Sometimes we need a little help to make it through. I'm beginning to see the good from the loss. Do I have to be super artistic to do these courses?
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One day after a counseling session with a client, I began to think about hindsight as it relates to grief. After my client left the office I took a moment to reflect and found myself in a puddle of tears. It was in this moment that I realized the symbolism of the day for me. It was the year death anniversary of my brother, John. The power of that moment was absolutely unforgettable.