Bringing Empathy to the Grief Process
An experience of loss can leave us completely overwhelmed, vulnerable, and in need of support and self-compassion. Join Sarah Peyton for a look at grief, including what is happening in the brain in grief and how resonance can support us in the grieving process.
This is primarily a learning and neuroscience content webinar, including a small number of actionable insights and healing process work. If you are seeking healing and resonance practice opportunities, please see Sarah’s upcoming courses here
Loss can take us out at the knees. Suddenly we are catapulted into a new emotional landscape, one filled with overwhelm, vulnerability, and an increased need for support and self-compassion. How can we update and augment the field of healing and support that addresses grief with our new knowledge about what happens to body and brain in grief? What kinds of emotions live within grief? What is the difference between grief and suffering? How can resonance support us in the grieving process? Join Sarah Peyton for a deep dive into these questions.
This recording with powerpoint visuals covers:
- Brief Review of the Brain and the Way Emotion Affects us
- The Neurophysiology of Grief
- The Complex Emotional Landscape of Grief
- Grief vs. Suffering
- A Path to Support and Self-Compassion: Empathy
- Questions and time for integration