Grief and the Healing Arts

This course begins in Mid-March 2019.

Grieving manFacilitated by Gail Henson, Ph.D., Professor Emerita of Communication at Bellarmine University, Current civic volunteer with refugees and immigrants and Hosparus.

“With sighs and groans too deep for words”:  sometimes the Spirit of God moves in us wordlessly, particularly as we or those whom we serve wrestle with grief.  This seminar will look at ways that the arts can be effective in addressing grief.

The learning outcomes include being able to define dimensions of grief observed in our work; examine ways art, music, and literature can be useful in serving those experiencing grief; and apply this learning to our work.

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