Fort Collins, CO – The Center for Loss and Life Transition has announced the locations of Dr. Alan Wolfelt’s 2019 educational workshops. The content of these workshops helps participants understand their own grief, how to companion others in their grief, and the significance of how when words are inadequate have meaningful ceremonies. Sponsors include hospices, hospitals, universities, funeral homes, and a variety of community agencies.

The locations are as follows:
February 19-20 Lincoln, NE
Feb. 28-Mar. 1 Washington D.C.
March 12-14 Salt Lake City, UT
April 9-10 Thomasville, GA
April 16-17 Topeka, KS
April 17-18 Olathe, KS
April 23-24 Fort Wayne, IN
April 25 Batesville, IN
May 21-22 Cambridge, ON Canada
May 24 Washington D.C.
September 17-18 Location TBD
September 18-19 Location TBD
September 19-20 Location TBD
September 24-25 Greenville, SC
September 26-27 Butte, MT
October 15-16 Appleton, WI
October 17-18 Palm Harbor, FL
October 22-23 St. Charles, MO
October 24 Las Vegas, NV
October 25-26 Chicago, IL
November 18-19 Windsor, ON Canada
November 20 Chatham, ON Canada
November 21 Strathroy, ON Canada

Dr. Alan Wolfelt is the founder of the “Companioning” Model of grief care. As an author, educator, and grief counselor, he is a past recipient of the Association for Death Education and Counseling’s Death Educator Award. He serves as the Director of the Center for Loss and Life Transition in Fort Collins, CO. He is the author of numerous best-selling books on grief and loss and also serves on the faculty at the University of Colorado Medical School in the Department of Family Medicine. For information about these workshops or to explore sponsoring a program in your community, contact [email protected] or phone 970-226-6050. For additional dates, please visit our website and select “Hear Dr. Wolfelt Speak.”

3735 Broken Bow Road Fort Collins, Colorado 80526 p: (970) 226-6050 f: 800-922-6051 e: [email protected] w: