- Virtual Event
May 13, 2021
11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Events over the past year surrounding the coronavirus pandemic have forced us into new ways of being in the world, with each other, and with our daily lives. With a surprisingly quick turnaround, we
essentially lost the lives we once knew. We experienced feelings of helplessness and loss while grieving the end of all that we took for granted as “normal.” This Lunch and Learn session uses William Bridges’ long-standing “transitions” framework for leading organizational change by looking at Endings, the Neutral Zone and New Beginnings. As the current pandemic continues to evolve, this framework will help us understand how this pandemic has affected us in unique ways. Drawing from a ‘big picture’ perspective Patti will address ways to cope and practices of self-care that enhance and facilitate resilience in our “new normal” world going forward. Participants will be able to:
- Explain why grief is different from mourning.
- Describe how William Bridges’ Transitions Model helps us understand our experiences during COVID-19.
- Discuss practical ways to offer support, enhance coping, and build resilience in the midst of grief and uncertainty
Presenter: Patti Anewalt, PhD, LPC, FT is Director of the Pathways Center for Grief & Loss with Hospice & Community Care
Register for this free event at LetsTalkLancaster.org/Bridges