We all live with loss and it’s not just about death.  Loss comes in many forms.  For example, for some it’s the loss of independence, mobility, or a relationship.  For others, it could be the loss of identity from leaving a job, being an empty nester, or simply missing what use to be. Please join us for a FREE wellness workshop and learn how to navigate through loss.  After all, what do you have to lose?

This free workshop was held on:
Saturday, February 8th , 2020
10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Arts Society King
2920 King Side Road, King City

Learn to navigate loss with our video recaps:

Welcome and introduction

The Effects of Social Isolation vs. Social Connection

Strengthening Well-Being Applying the 3-A Coping Framework

Letting Go and Holding On to Reconnect After Loss

Exploring Closure as it Affects Well-Being

Eleanor Silverberg
BA Psych, MSW, RSW

About our workshop facilitator Eleanor Silverberg

Eleanor Silverberg, founder of Jade Self Development Coaching, is a social worker, author, speaker and grief specialist who helps adults cope through diverse life-altering situations applying her innovative coaching methods. She specializes in assisting family caregivers of the chronically ill empowering them to self-monitor with self-awareness. Her mode of practice stands out as she combines existing grief strategies with conventional therapeutic models. The combined methods are incorporated within the 3-A Coping Framework Eleanor developed and featured in her books “Caregiving with Strength” and

“Keeping It Together”. Eleanor holds a BA in Psychology, Master of Social Work, Certification in Bereavement Education, extensive training and practice in Mindfulness and over 20 years of Independent Study in the Field of Grief Studies.



We also have podcasts with people who share their stories of dealing with loss.  We hope you enjoy listening to them.

Cheryl’s story

Cheryl Parker is a Grief Expert and author. She’s certified in adult teaching, facilitates workshops with individuals in group settings and one on one, since 2006. Featured in newspapers, magazines, and appearances on several TV and radio programs, she is committed to people being free to be real. Cheryl will guide you through the grief process to get complete with the pain that grief can cause, allowing you to transition and restore your joy and vitality for life.

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Join our Closed Group on Facebook called My Good Grief – come, share and learn.

Cheryl –


Andrea’s Story

Andrea shares with us how she is coping during Covid-19.  She talks about what she misses and how this pandemic has changed her life.

Mary’s Story:








Special thanks to the Government of Ontario for supporting this project.

Government of Ontario

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