We are currently developing a number of workshops, courses and weekend retreats all designed to help you to manage and express your grief in ways that are both active and true to you.
We believe grief is about doing – we learnt this from Rachel Claye, a bereaved sibling and one of the contributors to our film Say Their Name. “It’s not just feeling dreadful in a dark room.” she says. “If you do stuff, you express stuff and it’s active, that’s when you move forward in grief; and no one can tell you what you need to do because it is about love and it’s about your unique relationship with that person who’s died and only you can possibly find the right symbols or metaphors or things that express that. No-one can lecture you, you can’t read a book that tells you. It comes from within that stuff”.