Each person’s grief is as unique as their fingerprint. But what everyone has in common is that no matter how they grieve, they share a need for their grief to be witnessed.

David Kessler

Our healing circles are a safe and supportive space to walk with each other through these times.  Each circle is a blend of sharing and silence, compassion and curiosity. Our agreements ensure acceptance and confidentiality. We honor our own unique paths to healing and respect the choices of others.

Experiencing the loss of a loved one

If you’ve lost a loved one, a healing circle for those in grief is an opportunity to share what’s on your heart and mind, to listen, and be listened to deeply and generously.

Grieving Together 10: Losing a loved one

Ongoing: Wednesdays Through August 4 (resumes September 1)
12:00PM to 1:30PM Pacific Daylight Time
1 pm Denver | 2 pm Chicago | 3 pm New York | 9 pm Paris
Summer break status: Last pre-break circle is 8/4. Resumes on 9/1.


Grieving Together 11: Losing a loved one

Six-part series: July 29 | August 5, 12, 19, 26 | September 2
11:30AM to 1:00PM Pacific Daylight Time
12:30 pm Denver | 1:30 pm Chicago | 2:30 pm New York | 8:30 pm Paris
Summer break status: Meets in August (does not take a break)

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Experiencing any kind of loss

The losses we sustain vary greatly. Losing a job, a daily routine, a dream, a hope for a better future, a loving relationship, all these experiences can result in grief and suffering. We often feel disenfranchised from our grief and deprived of our healing if we’re not supported. In this circle, all loss is validated so we may safely grieve.

Living with losses 1

Every Monday
10:00AM to 11:30AM Pacific Daylight Time
11 am Denver | noon Chicago | 1 pm New York | 7 pm Paris

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Living with losses 2

Every Tuesday beginning August 3
12:00PM to 1:30PM Pacific Daylight Time
1 pm Denver | 2 pm Chicago | 3 pm New York


Reflections from our community


Please contact us if you have any questions about this circle.

Please note

Healing circles are groups of peers who support one another through deep listening and compassion. Circle participants abide by agreements, including agreements around confidentiality. The volunteers who host healing circles do not provide medical or psychotherapeutic advice or treatment. Participation in a healing circle does not replace the care provided by a qualified healthcare professional.