The Living Person's Guide to Dying presents: Childhood Grief in Context w/ Svetlana Leeds

In conjunction with NIH and NLM, Sharon Public Library presents A Living Person's Guide to Dying, a multi-part speaker series about death and dying, green burials, digital estate planning, and more. Although death is an inevitable reality of life, we often delay conversations about the topic until after the fact--a habit that can create unnecessary stress or confusion about our end-of-life wishes. The Library is seeking to launch an honest, open series of discussions around this important topic.

Tonight, join Svetlana Leeds, PsyD, for a presentation on childhood grief in context: how to raise children who have the cognitive, emotional, and social flexibility to work through grief at various stages of development; how to help children build the foundation for resilience before they are faced with hardships; and how we can recognize and support children through the many stages of the grieving journey.

 


"Death is not the opposite of life, but a part of it." --Haruki Murakami


This project has been funded in whole or in part with federal funds from the National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, under Cooperative Agreement UG4LM012347-01 with the University of Massachusetts, Worcester.

Date:
Wednesday Jan 15, 2020
Time:
7:00 PM  -  8:30 PM
Contact:
Miki Wolfe    781-784-1578 x142    mwolfe@ocln.org
Location:
Cynthia B. Fox Community Room, Sharon Public Library
There are 40 spaces available.

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