with Susan Ksiezopolski

Date: Saturdays, from February 25, 2023 to March
Time: 2:00 - 4:00 pm

This 4-week workshop series will help participants discover and explore their internal capacity for resilience through the power of the arts, integrating multiple art forms such as writing, watercolor, music, movement, and photography while exploring eight core components required to thrive during challenging times. Susan Ksiezopolski believes that “When we become more resilient it enables us to thrive, moving more confidently into dealing with life vs. being overwhelmed and drained by it. We tap into our capacity to bounce back when we open up and embrace our curiosity and our creativity."


Grief in Common - Open to all suicide loss grievers

Date: Monday, March 6, 2023
Time: 7:00 - 8:30 pm

YOU ARE NOT ALONE. The grief we feel after the suicide death of someone important to us can be overwhelming and confusing. No matter who in our life we lost, there are commonalities in our grief experiences. We offer a safe place to explore and share your grief. Join us for this Drop-In Support Group open to all suicide loss grievers and find connection, understanding, comfort, and support. Please RSVP to register. You will be emailed the Zoom meeting link a few days before the date.


Music Therapy with Adrienne Pringle "Song Share - Songs of Your Life"

Date: Tuesday, March 7, 2023
Time: 7:00 - 8:00 pm
We are pleased to offer the third session of our four-part Music Therapy Series with Adrienne Pringle MMT, RP, MTA.

You will have the opportunity to make requests and share songs that are meaningful to you (please share your songs with us by March 1st). This may be a song that helps you feel connected to your loved one, is meaningful to you or provides you with a source of comfort or strength. All genres welcome. We will share songs by singing together or listening to pre-recorded tracks (and singing along if we wish) followed by discussion and learning together.

Please note:
this wellness event is only available to suicide loss grievers.


For individuals who experienced witnessing or wiscovering someone after a suicide death

Date: Monday, March 13, 2023
Time: 7:00 - 8:30 pm

Losing an important person in your life to suicide is always devastating. Witnessing the death or discovering the person adds further trauma to the overwhelming emotional challenge of suicide loss grief. The images can be difficult to cope with for some time afterwards. The memories can haunt us. Please know that you are not alone. Join us in this special Open Group for individuals who experienced the trauma of witnessing or discovering someone after a suicide death. We will share coping strategies and therapies that help. 


Yoga with Karen

Date: Monday, March 20, 2023
Time:  7:00 - 8:00 pm

We are pleased to have Karen Cater lead us in soothing yoga suitable for beginners and seasoned yogis alike. 

In these sessions Karen aims to generate a deep healing by connecting the breath, body and mind within the poses. This class will focus strongly on alignment, stability, and smooth transitions, and end with longer-held yin postures, moving deeper into relaxation and inducing a state of surrender and inner peace. 

Karen started her own yoga journey in 2002 as a way of managing stress through breath work. Through her practice, she has been able to cultivate stillness, strength and clarity. She enjoys sharing her love of yoga with others. Karen completed her 200-hour Hatha Teacher Training with Diana Lockett & Daniel Horgan in 2014. To balance her training Karen completed a second Teacher Training in 2019 with Michelle Finch- Exalt Yoga focusing on Yin Yoga. 

Please note:
This wellness event is available to anyone interested - not just suicide loss grievers.


iREST with Cheryl Smith

Date: Tuesday, March 21, 2023
Time: 7:00 - 8:00 pm

We are pleased to have Cheryl Smith back to lead us in this relaxing meditation series.  

 iRest is a meditation practice based on the ancient tradition of Yoga Nidra. When practiced regularly, iRest enables you to meet each moment of your life with peace and wellbeing, no matter how challenging or difficult your situation. It has been shown to be effective for chronic pain, sleep problems, depression and anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). 
Please note:
This wellness event is available to anyone interested - not just suicide loss grievers.

Life Partner Loss

Date: Monday, March 27, 2023
Time:  7:00 - 8:30 pm

The death of a life partner radically changes everything—sleeping, waking up, eating, and even watching television are now all different and triggering.  Not only do you lose your loved one now, but you lose your future too. Join us to share the feelings and experiences of life partner loss due to suicide. Space is limited.  Please RSVP to register.  You will be emailed the Zoom meeting link a few days before the date.