National grief counselor Alan Wolfelt, Ph.D. will speak at a free community seminar Sept 6. The event will be at 7 p.m. at St. Alfred’s Episcopal Church in Palm Harbor. The topic of the seminar will be Understanding Your Grief: Touchstones for Hope & Healing. Call 727.789.2000 to reserve a seat.
National Grief Counselor Alan Wolfelt Ph.D to Speak at Free Seminar in Palm Harbor Sept 6th @ 7:00 p.m.
Palm Harbor, FL - Nationally known grief counselor Alan Wolfelt, Ph.D. will be the featured speaker at a free community seminar Tuesday, September 6th. The event will be held at 7:00 p.m. at St. Alfred’s Episcopal Church at 1601 Curlew Road in Palm Harbor. The topic of Dr. Wolfelt’s seminar will be Understanding Your Grief: Touchstones for Hope & Healing. Free handout materials & refreshments will be provided. To reserve a seat for this free event, call 727.789.2000.
FREE Registration: This event is free & open to all who want a message of hope & healing. To reserve your seat, call Curlew Hills at 727.789.2000. Seating is limited. This event is proudly sponsored by Curlew Hills Memory Gardens and Suncoast Hospice.
About the Presenter: Dr. Alan Wolfelt is a noted author, educator and grief counselor. A frequent guest of the media, Dr. Wolfelt has appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show, the Larry King Show, The NBC Today Show and Nick News. He is the author of over thirty books on grief and loss.
Purpose: Everyone faces grief at some point in their lives. We grieve the painful loss of a loved one, loss of a job or perhaps the loss of a marriage. This is a special evening of hope & healing. The compassionate program will offer support in a personal grief experience. It’s an opportunity to spend an evening with one of America’s leading grief counselors. Dr. Wolfelt can give attendees the tools to deal with their grief.
Who Should Attend: This special program will be helpful to anyone experiencing grief. In these difficult times, this message of hope can bring great comfort. This timely event is also important for caregivers of all kinds including counselors, educators, clergy and social service staff.
For more information call Curlew Hills Memory Gardens at 727.789.2000.