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The recent mass shooting in Las Vegas has impacted people throughout the United States. Our world has changed. It changes each time we are assaulted by a violent tragedy that makes the news. Our assumptions about life also have changed, and we must live with the knowledge that the world is not as safe as it once was. Some people experience grief when confronted with the news of such tragedies. This grief may be related to other losses at any time in life.
This presentation will offer an explanation of grief, how it is manifested, what we can do to help ourselves and others who are grieving, and how and why the Las Vegas tragedy and other horrific events impact each of us differently.
Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017
6:30 p.m. Registration
7 to 8:30 p.m. Seminar
RSVP at LasVegasGrief.eventbrite.com or call 904.407.6998
by Monday, Nov. 13. Space is limited.
There is no cost to register, and refreshments will be served. This event is provided as a community service by The Charles M. Neviaser Educational Institute of Community Hospice & Palliative Care.
About the Presenter
Jim Monahan has more than 25 years of hospice experience, including patient care, bereavement support, census development and executive leadership. He has worked at hospices in Florida, Texas and Indiana.
A worldwide authority on hospice and grief, Monahan has been named a “Consultant” by the Chinese Association for Life Care in Beijing and was named Director of the Year by the Texas & New Mexico Hospice Organization. He is an invited member of the International Workgroup on Death, Dying & Bereavement and has lectured about grief and hospice care in England, Australia, New Zealand, China, Taiwan and Portugal. He has also authored numerous publications, including a co-authoring a chapter with J. Worden, Ph.D. on parental grief in the book, “Hospice Care for Children” published by Oxford University Press.
Jim Monahan on This Week in Jacksonville with Kent Justice