Register Now For Workshop #4!
MOVING THROUGH GRIEF
Using Psychodrama & Action Methods to Heal From a Loss
A 3-hour Workshop Led by Bob Szita & Bernice Garfield-Szita
Date: Saturday August 5, 2017
Location: CentraState Medical Center, Star & Barry Tobias Ambulatory Campus
Jack Aronson Conference Center
$40.00 per person registration in advance, $50.00 at the door. Space is limited.
About this Program:
The death of a loved one is a powerful blow to one’s balance and sense of well-being. It can trigger a roller coaster of emotions that can leave people questioning their reason and sanity. This workshop will be helpful to anyone who has experienced a loss, friends and family members, caring professionals and educators, who help guide others to cope with the effects of grief. A classic psychodrama format of warm-up, action, and sharing will demonstrate how action methods can help create a supportive interactive group environment where members can find comfort and courage to “feel it and heal it”.
Bernice Garfield-Szita, MS, LPC, TEP and
Bob Szita, MS, LPC, TEP are founders and Co-directors of GIERS: Grief Information, Education & Recovery Services since 2010 and Co-Directors of ActionArtz Training Institute and Contemporary Counseling Center of Freehold, NJ for the past 37 years. They are Licensed Professional Counselors who specialize in working with individuals, couples, families, and groups dealing with the emotional stress of loss. They are international trainers in Psychodrama, an action method used to assist people in working through life’s challenges. They are well known for their entertaining, interactive and educational trainings.
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To provide services to assist individuals, families, and organizations recovering from a wide range of losses. Using a variety of therapeutic modalities including creative arts and action techniques, these services will include education and counseling that will help develop coping skills to facilitate a successful transition toward a healthy recovery. GIERS will also educate and train helping professionals and other community members to understand and aid people experiencing grief.
GIERS IS A 501(C)(3) NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION