Support For Transition (Sunday, November 8, 2020)
Sunday, November 8th, 2020
2:00 - 4:00 pm EST (2 hours)
This online event will be recorded. The replay will be emailed out within 24 hours following the live event. Please register to attend live and/ or receive the replay to watch at your convenience.
A discussion about grief, loss and dying.
Transition affects all family members (pre/ during/ post transition).
Experiencing loss can start days, weeks, or months before death, in anticipation of an animal family member's death due to illness, injury, accident, or old age. Animal loss can also happen suddenly with little or no notice. Every situation is unique.
We'll talk about different types of grief, end of life care, transition options, honouring your loved one, support options for the whole family (all species), and how animals view transition.
Participants will also receive a link to listen to The Impact of Pet Loss, a radio interview I did in January 2020 along with a handout about the Bach Flower Remedies which can be considered for family members (all species) - if needed - specific to to transition needs.
Please bring your concerns and questions about transition.
Please email me at email@example.com with any questions.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE 9:00 am (EST) the day of the event
Special offering: couple this discussion with communication support for your animal family member. Add a 30 minute communication session to speak with your animal (an additional $50) *when you register for this workshop*.
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Disclaimer: Please note that these discussions are not a substitute for medical treatment or advice. The workshops are a complement to veterinary care (an important starting point to rule out any medical issues) and are not a replacement for veterinary care.