Understanding the Psychology of Grief and Loss, Healing, and the Next Steps in the Covid-19 Pandemic

The Covid-19 has ferociously attacked every corner of life of all families. Confronting the waves of outbreaks of the epidemic that people have experienced vicissitudes in various ways. Someone could get more energy to go beyond their status quo, making their choices and changing their lives in meaningful and valuable ways. However, others have still felt in their deep sorrow and silently passed away. The covid-19 has still left behind much loss and stalked people’s lives, and challenged their sense of life security. Grief is a reaction to the events of loss. Sometimes, miserable feelings and sad experiences during the epidemic came too quickly, which have led many persons into a certain psychological trauma, the crises of life orientation. Their real sense of deep grief can linger for a long time. The pandemic can cause direly sorrowful consequences if they are not discovered and healed to help people to overcome inner challenges and build their external mature relationships with others.

Thus, how can we act to cope with their grief and loss, to be healed, and what are the next steps that we should do during the Covid-19 pandemic?

  • Speaker: John Phương Đình Toại, MI
  • Time: Sunday, 9:00 am – 10:30 am, 03 October 2021 
  • Participation fee: Free
  • Registration deadline: 02/10/2021
  • Location: Zoom
  • Course Sessions:
    • The opening date: 03/10/2021
    • The closing date: 03/10/2021