Individuals who are grieving will explore their emotions and sadness through the power of writing.
South San Francisco, California (PRWEB) June 09, 2014
Pathways Home Health, Hospice & Private Duty will offer two separate workshops on Writing & Grief this summer in their South San Francisco offices.
Led by bereavement counselor Dave Rutschman, these one and half hour workshops will encourage individuals who are grieving to explore their emotions and sadness through the power of writing. Attendees will read poems and short prose reflections by grievers, and write pieces of their own about our particular grief journey. No sharing will be required.
The first Writing & Grief workshop is scheduled for Friday, June 27, 2014, noon – 1:30 p.m.
The second Writing & Grief workshop will be held on Friday, July 25, 2014, noon – 1:30 p.m.
Both of these workshops are free of charge, non-denominational and open to the general public. Advanced registration is required to 1 (888) 905-2800, ext. 4241, bereavement(at)pathwayshealth(dot)org.
Pathways Home Health & Hospice’s Bereavement Services provide grief support to all in the community, regardless of whether their loved one was a Pathways patient or not. Pathways has one of the most comprehensive grief programs of any hospice in the Bay Area. The services include support groups, individual counseling, phone calls from specially-trained and supervised volunteers, and mailings that explain the grief process and that suggest ways of coping with grief. In addition, Pathways also offers memorial remembrance services centered on the spring and winter holiday season, as well as structured workshops throughout the year.
For more information about Pathways Home Health, Hospice & Private Duty bereavement services call 1 (888) 905-2800, ext. 4241, email bereavement(at)pathwayshealth(dot)org or visit our website http://www.pathwayshealth.org.
About Pathways Home Health & Hospice
Pathways Home Health & Hospice is a non-profit community based organization. Pathways was founded in 1977 by a group of physicians who saw a community need for compassionate end-of-life care. That year Pathways served 12 patients. Pathways now serves over 5,000 families annually in five Bay Area counties.
Pathways cares for patients in their place of residence, whether it be their home, hospital, nursing home or assisted living facility. Affiliated with El Camino Hospital and Sequoia Hospital since 1986, Pathways is accredited by The Joint Commission and is a member of the Visiting Nurses Association of America, California Hospice & Palliative Care Association, and the California Association of Health Services at Home.
For more information about Pathways services, summer grief workshops, volunteering, or making a donation in support of Pathways’ families, call 1 (888) 755.7855 or visit http://www.pathwayshealth.org/