Grief & Loss (Hybrid)
Explore the insights and transformational potential provided by the emotional landscapes we are thrown into when we grieve.
Registration fee: $325
Early Registration before September 1: $295
Registration for students repeating this course (Restrictions may apply): $150
For repeating and late registrations please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how to register.
This is an online course that is part video and part live online video conference. You will receive links to the videos, which you can watch at your convenience. There will also be two video conference meetings where you can ask questions of the teacher and learn from the questions and experiences of the other participants. The first set of videos will be available on or around September 17. The second set of videos will be available on or around October 2. To get the most out of the class, please watch each set of videos prior to each live meeting. Also, allow approximately 3-4 hours to review each set of videos and to complete any coursework.
To accommodate ALL time zones, we offer a choice of two meeting times for each of the two classes. You have a choice to register for Class Series A or B. If only one series is visible, it means the other series is at capacity and closed.
Class Series A
Friday, October 1, at 6:30 pm Pacific (up to 2 hours)
Friday, October 15, at 6:30 pm Pacific (up to 2 hours)
Class Series B
Saturday, October 2, at 11:00 am Pacific (up to 2 hours)
Saturday, October 16, at 11:00 am Pacific (up to 2 hours)
To determine the class time best for you, figure out your timezone compared to San Francisco’s time zone, which is Pacific Standard Time. Then add or subtract the time difference from the listed start time of the class. If you are five hours ahead, then the 11:00 am SF start time would be 4:00 pm your time.
Please note: The Friday class is generally best for people in Southeast Asia, China, Japan, & Australia. And the Saturday class is generally best for people in North & South America, Europe, Africa, & parts of Russia. In some areas, like India and Hawaii, both time zones work.