Making the Most of Our Time: A Meaning Centred Group Therapy Program

Bridge C-14 is thrilled to offer this group therapy program for people pursuing MAiD. In our experience facilitating peer support groups, we’ve witnessed people struggle to find meaning and purpose in this phase of their lives, while seeking a path to peace through the angst of facing one’s mortality.

 

Meaning Centred Therapy has helped people improve their sense of meaning, reduce distress, and enhance their emotional and spiritual well-being as they prepare for end-of-life through experiential activities and conversations.

 

Who is this program for?

  • People seeking MAiD who have successfully completed their 1st assessment and are applying through track 1 or track 2

  • You want to create your legacy, foster a sense of hope, enrich connection, learn ways of coping, and enhance your emotional and spiritual well-being.

  • You have the capacity to participate in 8 weekly, 1.5 hour sessions online

 

Join us live on Zoom:

Fridays from September 16 to November 4, 2022

1-2:30pm EST | 10-11:30am PST

To learn more about this opportunity and whether this program is a good fit for you, please click here.

Who are your facilitators?

Lauren Clark, Bridge C-14 President & CEO, and Chelsea Peddle, Bridge C-14 counselling intern, bring decades of experience supporting and counselling individuals through end-of-life. Their warmth, sense of humour, and personal and professional experience with MAiD create an engaging and gentle space for participants to explore what gives their life meaning to enhance their quality of life.

 

Note: Due to provincial counselling regulations, program participants must live in provinces/territories in which counselling is an unregulated profession:

  • British Columbia

  • Yukon

  • Northwest Territories

  • Nunavut

  • Saskatchewan                         

  • Manitoba

  • Newfoundland and Labrador

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