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Third in our enews series giving more details about new features for the Certification Program. We really want you forming skills from day one, so we've amp'd up the experientials in the course even more. We're giving you more art making time and ideas. We've set up more demos with variety of practitioners so you hear different voices, paces, and creative approaches to grief experiences. Looking forward to connecting with our March 2017 session, and spaces are still open if you want to join us...

http://us4.campaign-archive1.com/?u=fd03c4d17dad1f92f5eab98c2&id=9c8cb91ef6

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Second in the enews series sharing more details about what we've amp'd up for the Certification Program starting with this March 2017 session. Spots are still open if anyone is interested:

http://us4.campaign-archive1.com/?u=fd03c4d17dad1f92f5eab98c2&id=0e2dff5599

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What happens if we word-play changing it from mistakes to missed-takes? What do you do with your missed-takes? New blog prompt from the Studio:

http://griefcoachingcertification.com/2017/02/what-do-you-do-with-your-mistakes-missed-takes/

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As promised, here's this year's holiday kit full to the brim with heARTmaking prompts to encourage creative approaches to grief experiences this holiday season. Big <3 to all!

http://us4.campaign-archive1.com/?u=fd03c4d17dad1f92f5eab98c2&id=2da95d219e

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If you are currently in the helping professions, what does your support for your own process look like? How are you continuing to approach grief experiences creatively in your own life? What surprises you the most from your own engagement with creativity? If you take a few moments in stillness and silence to sit with a-sort-of-imaginary-character named Creativity, what...

http://griefcoachingcertification.com/2016/12/practitioners-continuing-to-practice/
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