ROTHSCHILD — Educator, author, and consultant Ted Bowman will host two seminars during the 2019 Understanding Grief spring seminar on April 4 and April 5 at the Holiday Inn & Suites – Cedar Creek, 1000 Imperial Ave. in Rothschild.
The two-day conference begins at 7 p.m. April 4 with a free community program titled, “Shattered Dreams, Resiliency – Finding Hope.” Bowman will explain how for many to move forward, we must grieve lost expectations in order to dream new dreams and create new plans.
The conference continues at 9 a.m. April 5 as Bowman presents “Grief and Hope in Life’s Intersections: Multiple Responses to Immediate and Chronic Sorrow.” In this experiential workshop, the best of palliative and grief caring for a wide range of presenting behaviors will be addressed. Attention will also be given the well-being of the practitioner. The Friday session costs $50 and is available to the public.
Bowman specializes in change and transition, whether it occurs in families, an organization, or the community. His emphasis is on aiding people in utilizing their strengths and the resources of others in facing change and transition.
For more information or to request a program brochure, contact Nan or Gary Zastrow at 715-845-4159 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact Amy Kitsembel, Aspirus Comfort Care and Hospice Services, at 715-847-2703.
Professional continuing education units (CEUs) are available.