Ambiguous Loss – Living in Grief Limbo
When our loved ones change due to aging, dementia, or other illness, we may feel they are absent and present at the same time. This makes it difficult to process our feelings of loss and grief. Pauline Boss termed these types of experiences as “ambiguous loss”.
In this workshop you will learn about ambiguous loss, discuss personal experiences in a supportive environment, and explore how we can honor the grief we feel in response to all types of loss.
For more information, contact Raquel Perlman, LMSW at email@example.com.