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10 Steps to Personal Resilience & Empowerment in a Chaotic Climate - May 2022

Do you feel anxious about climate change, grief for species extinction, despair or anger at the inequalities of our society?

Do systemic issues of society sometimes keep you awake at night? Do you feel overwhelmed by the news?

Are you exhausted by the amount of work to be done, or are you unsure where to even begin?


Join with others who feel the same way, and work to move through the heavy feelings and to deconstruct cultural narratives, in this heart-centred 10 Step program created by the Good Grief Network. 

No More Gas Collective member and trained Good Grief FLOW facilitator Liz Wade will facilitate this affiliate program, assisted by insightful Act on Climate Collective member Ingrid Jolley.

Be part of a space where people can lean into their painful feelings about the state of the world and reorient their lives toward meaningful efforts while building resilient communities.

10 weekly ONLINE step sessions beginning Tuesday 10 May 2022, 6:30-8:30pm

Please get in touch with any questions, any booking issues, or just to say hi, by email or on 0402 553 181.

All proceeds from the tickets will support Friends of the Earth's No More Gas collective. 

Member price is available for all Friends of the Earth Melbourne Members. You can sign up as a No More Gas Active Friend member here (choose monthly donations) or any kind of Friends of the Earth Member here.

Free spot/s: We have had a kind supporter pay for a place for a lucky participant, and we will never turn anyone away for financial reasons, so please feel free to get in touch to arrange a place if ticket price is a barrier. Use the subject heading GOOD GRIEF - free ticket if emailing, or give us a buzz on 0402 553 181.

Feedback from previous participants:

“The weekly Good Grief sessions made space to slow down, refocus, and delve more deeply into the climate-related discomfort unconsciously affecting all areas of my life. It also grew my community and my communication skills in a safe, welcoming environment. The course is a worthwhile commitment, especially with Liz Wade as your facilitator.” - 2020 participant

“The good grief course was invaluable, and came at a moment when I was feeling disillusioned and anxious about the future. Liz opened a beautiful space, where I felt like I could be authentic and honest and reach deep inside myself to those places that I don't like to visit. I felt safe, and genuinely heard, like each session was I door I could prise open a fraction more each time. I felt like I was getting to see the truth of my fellow participants as we all became accustomed to being so raw and vulnerable.

At times I visited grief, death and loss and at others I giggled uncontrollably. I found understanding through metaphor and narrative - taking what worked and leaving the rest. I visit these places often now, and I feel like my life will be richer in a more sustained way due to my participation in the program. Thank you Liz” - 2020 participant

Your facilitators Liz and Ingrid:
Facilitators Liz and Ingrid
May 10, 2022 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm
312 Smith St
Collingwood, VIC 3066
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Liz Wade · · 0402 553 181

Will you come?

$200.00 Solidarity
$100.00 Standard
$50.00 Concession/Members (membership is awesome!)