Transforming Grief & Loss
Strategies to Heal the Past, Change the Present and Transform the Future
New workshop: Wed May 10 at 630 pm – Wed June 28
This weekly, in-person seminar is for adults, age 55 and over who are experiencing a loss in their life, and who are ready to take steps to move beyond their grief. Based on The 11 Principles of Transformation, our grief expert will help you change your suffering into honoring, your pain into empowerment, your frustration into success.
If you lost a loved one, you can change your suffering into honoring. If you are facing a divorce, you can change your pain into empowerment. If you lost your job, you can change your frustration into success. This powerful seminar has helped thousands of people transform their loss and transform their lives. It offers a step by step program that helps you embrace life after a loss.
The book “Transform Your Loss. Your Guide to Strength and Hope” is included. Ligia Houben, grief expert, will demonstrate tools that can help you find meaning, achieve breakthroughs, and build the life you want on the other side of loss or transition. She will show you a roadmap that can help you find peace, healing and recovery. Ligia has put her life’s work into developing the 11 Principles of Transformation®, which is a unique system that will help you bounce back after a loss.
This program is free, but registration is required.
New workshop is scheduled to begin on Wednesday, May 10 at 630 pm through Wednesday, June 28.
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Ligia M. Houben, MA, FT, FAAGC, CPC, CHT, is the founder of My Meaningful Life, LLC and executive director of The Center for Transforming Lives in Miami, FL where she consults with individuals and families; offers coaching/support groups and workshops. A whole-hearted speaker in the ﬁeld of grief & loss, Ligia has reached many people with her messages about transformation, meaning, and personal growth. She is a Fellow in Thanatology: Death, Dying, and Bereavement and a Fellow of the American Academy of Grief Counseling. She holds a BA in Psychology and Religious Studies from the University of Miami, MA in Religious Studies and Graduate Certificates in Multi-disciplinary Gerontology from Florida International University and in Loss and Healing from St. Thomas University. A pioneer in working with Hispanics and grief, she authored the book Counseling Hispanics through Loss, Grief, and Bereavement: A Guide to Mental Health Professionals, which has been widely embraced as a helping manual in clinical settings, hospitals, and individuals.