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March 28 @ 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
This program is being offered virtually through Zoom. If you are interested in joining this series, email email@example.com.
You will receive the Zoom information no later than the morning of your program.
with Chantel Bennett & Erin Price, LICSW, OSW-C
This series is an opportunity to approach living and dying with a bit of playful curiosity. Though death is an inevitable part of living, we rarely speak of it openly and this secrecy can harbor fear and isolation. In this series, you’re invited to share your own thoughts about death and dying with others, then explore what your life and living means to you through creative expression and craft. By the end of this series, I hope you’ll have a deeper understanding of your own thoughts about death and creative tools to continue crafting what it means for you to live.
This 4-week virtual group will offer discussion and exercises to participate in during each session as well as opportunities to continue reflecting outside of group time. Due to the intimate nature of this topic and the supportive space we hope to cultivate, we encourage you to sign up for this program only if you plan to attend and participate in each of the 4 sessions.
This group will meet on Tuesdays from 3:00-4:30pm ET.
- March 14
- April 4
About Erin Price, LICSW, OSW-C
Erin serves as Smith Center’s Director of Young Adult and Psychosocial Support Programs. She is trained in Integrative Patient Navigation, a Project LEAD graduate, and holds a Masters in Social Work. A ten-year+ breast cancer survivor, Erin is passionate about providing support and community to other cancer survivors, especially young adults. She works with Smith Center’s DC Young Adult Cancer Community and is also actively involved in the cancer community through the Association of Oncology Social Workers, the Young Survival Coalition, the Georgetown Breast Cancer Advocates, and the National Breast Cancer Coalition.
About Chantel Bennett
Chantel is a MSW candidate in her final semester at the University of Maryland – Baltimore, an organizer within her community, and a multidisciplinary artist. She has co-facilitated healing circles for 6 years and plans to weave those experiences and her art into her future practice as a therapist. She is passionate about art history and fashion and spends her free time researching her favorite artists and crocheting or knitting outfits for herself.
- March 28
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
- Event Tags:
- Death and Dying, Finding Meaning, Group Support, Legacy, Living and Dying, Meaning of Life, Support, Support Group
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