The impact of climate and ecological change induced distress along with altered ways of living through pandemic mandated isolation is a lived experienced for an increasing number of people.
The mourning of the loss of life as we knew it due to COVID, ecosystem destruction and erosion, climate disasters, contribute to overall mental health.
Seventy percent of Canadians suffer from some form of low-grade depression or anxiety because of long term COVID isolation effects and negative messaging in the media related to disasters climate and the depletion of global resources.
The support group offers participants a recognition that mental health effects created by continued knowledge of natural disasters, COVID fatigue and ambiguity can impact on daily living and working.
Group discussions are facilitated in an open and confidential environment. Knowledge and understanding of the impacts of ambiguous loss and tools and strategies to help in the grief process are provided in the group discussions each week.
- Thursday evenings 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. PST
- 6 weeks, 12 hours of facilitated group time, discussion, education and understanding of the grief experience relating to ecological and climate change and pandemic change in the way we live life today
- Resource materials provided to participants each week
- All groups are virtual using secure Zoom Pro Video Conference (need to have either a tablet or laptop)
- Facilitators are experienced grief therapists
- Groups size limited to 8 participants
- A minimum of 6 registered participants required to run the group
Course Fee: $245
This is a closed therapy group. Registration in advance is required.
Day and Time:
6:30 pm – 8:00 pm PST
Online Via Zoom Pro Video Conference (need to have either a tablet or laptop)
Duration: 6 weeks