Opus Peace is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose mission is to provide educational programs to healthcare providers and others that help people reckon with the unassessed wound of Soul Injury, thereby liberating unmourned loss/hurt and unforgiven guilt/shame to restore personal peace. Opus Peace is administered primarily by 34 volunteers.

Opus Peace provides educational presentations and self-help materials to healthcare providers and the general public. Opus Peace is not a direct-care provider of counseling services.

“Opus” is a Latin noun that means “a work,” and is commonly used to describe a complex masterpiece. “Opus” is an old word that captures the ageless, artful complexity of creating a true “masterpeace” -- pervasive peace that penetrates beyond comforting facades. The word “opus” reminds us that authentic peace requires work, courageous work, to heal scattered pieces of self. It also requires work to penetrate defensive, intimidating inner terrain that often prevents us from encountering our loving, grace-filled, compassionate self that hides its vulnerability in our depths. Once we are able to do this, however, we move from sole to soul.

Ultimately, Opus Peace is a movement to teach how to open our hearts to losing and failing, paradoxically, becoming whole in the process. Re-owning, re-homing, and re-Vitalizing scattered pieces of self (often hidden behind facades or exiled into unconsciousness) precipitate healing.