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 Learn self-care skills to dramatically improve your overall mental, physical and emotional health.

In order to care for our loved ones and families at end-of-life, it’s essential to make time to care for ourselves. Samaritan Evergreen Hospice offers a safe and empowering mind-body medicine skills group where you can learn skills to help manage the responsibilities you carry. The training is designed to address specific challenges of the caregiving role. Anyone supporting a vulnerable family member or friend is encouraged to participate.

There will be six weekly sessions that focus on a proven self-care technique to reduce tensions and fatigue, and increase resilience. Together we’ll strengthen well-being, control and joy. Groups are confidential, effective and powerful for anyone who is heroically caring for a loved one at end of life. 

This is a small group format facilitated by J. Anna Looney, PhD and sponsored by Samaritan Evergreen Hospice. Contact Anna Looney at or 609-468-2270 for more information or to register.