Virtual Event: A Taste of Healing, January 30, 2021

Kathy Seltzer, Lic. Ac.  

I am a Licensed Acupuncturist and Chinese herbalist, who has been practicing Chinese Medicine for 28 years.  I maintain a family style practice in Brookline, Massachusetts, seeing patients of all ages for a wide array of problems.  

Acupuncture is a holistic treatment that helps the physical, emotional and spiritual levels of our being. I strongly recommend acupuncture for stress relief and the varying accompaniments of grief (sadness, anger, sleep issues, low appetite, concentration issues, tight neck and shoulders, etc.). 

In these most extraordinary times of the Covid pandemic I help people stay rooted and in balance so that they can cope more easily with all the changes coming our way. I will answer any and all questions about acupuncture and Chinese Medicine and will be demonstrating ear acupuncture and cupping for stress relief.

Contact: 617 232-0753

Ashley Rachel

Mindset & self love coach

Founder of Journaling Your Way to Clarity

For years I have been using journaling as a tool for healing, managing anxiety, and self-expression. During my workshop, I'll be sharing how to start and maintain a journaling practice that works for you.

My hope is that you walk away with a deeper understanding of the power of journaling and how to use it as a tool that brings you peace, clarity, and comfort.

Jennifer Wiles 

Expressive Therapy for Grievers of All Ages.   

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There are many different ways to express grief.  Sometimes, words are not enough to describe our full experience.  That is where the expressive therapies come in!  I will offer an expressive art grief activity that can be used with any age group.  Resources for all of our free grief programs will be provided as well. 

Jessica Moran
Boston Bulldogs Running
Leadership Team

I have been clean and sober for over 14 years, and a running for about five years. Through running and exercise I have found the strength to cope with past traumas and major losses. I have run three marathons and clocked countless miles. I will discuss how physical exercise and running can help promote your own wellness and recovery.

The Boston Bulldogs Running Club is a co-ed 501(c)3 non-profit club established to provide an anonymous and safe community of support for all those adversely affected by addiction - those in recovery, their families and friends, the clinical community and the community at large. The Club promotes an integrated approach to wellness and self-leadership in recovery on a journey to discover the kind-hearted warrior and true potential within each of us.

Marci Zieff 

Founder, Creating Calm, LLC 

Holistic Healing and Wellness for all ages

Come join us for an experiential workshop of guided meditation. Learn some simple and effective tools including breath work, mindfulness and healing techniques that when used regularly, can have a positive impact on your overall health and well-being. 

Ken Barringer, M.A., LMHC

Director of H.E.A.L.I.N.G. (Helping Everyone Accept Loss Instead of Neglecting Grief)

Individual and Group counseling

Consultation, Training and Teaching

I’ll discuss the benefits and the flow of individual and group counseling as well as how those navigating their own grief and loss histories may also find relief in psycho-educational approach to their experience. Healing for grief support isn’t necessarily “how do I solve this ‘problem’” so much as it’s “how do I take my next steps forward with it.”