Pet Loss: Planning, Preparing, and Processing
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During this 90-minute interactive workshop, we'll discuss the intricacies of companion animal loss, including anticipatory grief, pre-planning, remembrances, mourning, and healing. Learn how to better support yourself and/or others through the heartbreak of goodbye of a furry, feathered, or scaled companion. *This workshop does not entail medical advice or therapy.
Francesca Lynn Arnoldy, is the course developer and program director of the University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine's End-of-Life Doula Professional Certification Program. Francesca is also the talented author behind the book, "Cultivating the Doula Heart, Essentials of Compassionate Care."
This class will meet inside CVU. Please wear a mask and check in at the main entrance before the start of class.
Francesca Arnoldy is the course developer and program director of the University of Vermont Larner College of Medicine's End-of-Life Doula Professional Certificate Program. She leads in-person workshops about doula approaches and end-of-life wishes. She works collaboratively with her local hospice and palliative care teams. Her goal is to encourage people to hold one another's hands through life's intensities and sacred rites of passage. You can find her contemplating birth, death, and life with the doula heart on her site, ContemplativeDoula.com.