Are you looking for practical tools and practices that can help you connect with your deepest self? Are you interested in learning how to trust the essence of who you really are? If so, you will not want to miss this Opus Peace workshop that gives you self-help tools and experiences to connect with your BE-ing…with your sense of self.

Join the Opus Peace leadership team for a day of personal growth and discovery:
  • Deborah Grassman NP, Founder
  • Angie Snyder RN, MSN, MHA, CHPN President
  • Jessica McCune RN, LMHC, Board of Directors

This is a VIRTUAL program that can be attended in the comfort of your home or office.

Objectives include learning how to:
  • Forgive your body for aging, developing a chronic illness, or suffering the aftereffects of Covid
  • Choose your Stance to change your relationship with a hardship so that it doesn’t develop into a burden
  • Consult your “Wise Elder” to provide inner guidance
  • Consult your dreams to access wisdom from your unconscious mind
  • Mourn unmourned losses and hurts so they no longer block your vitality
  • Anchor your Heart to stay grounded in your own skin
  • Let pain and peace co-exist without fear
  • Use an age-old contemplative practice to re-train the brain
  • Implement gestalt letter-writing to integrate scattered pieces of self
SAVE THE DATE! Friday, January 21, 2022
10:00 am – 4:00 pm EST
Day-long Intensive PLUS Work-shopping Exercises!
Cost: $75 per person

Our Intensives were designed for people who want a thorough understanding of a simple process for identifying and responding to Soul Injury® within themselves and others. Using self-help tools that promote personal peace, people learn how to love, forgive, and trust themselves so that wholeness can be restored

Opus Peace is pleased to announce that the 4-day Soul Injury® Leadership Institute, that has trained nearly 300 people across the country on how to respond to Soul Injury®,
is now available as a virtual INTENSIVE – at half the cost!

Deborah Grassman, author of Peace at Last and The Hero Within, now brings this nationally-acclaimed program to the comfort and safety of your own home or workplace! This restructured, deep-dive, self-mastery, self-insight, hero journey carefully guides individuals on restoring personal peace through a series of presentations, exercises, and ceremonies.

This 4-day course is designed for:

  • Personal Caregivers
  • ​Healthcare Professionals
  • Veterans & First Responders
  • Seriously-ill or Chronically-ill people
  • Traumatized, Abused, Neglected and Marginalized populations
  • Elderly or Terminally-ill
  • People impacted by COVID-19
  • Personal growth and healing​​

As a participant you will:

  • Learn about Soul Injury® on a personal level so you can apply it on a professional level
  • Receive self-help tools to help you reckon with trauma, loss, hurt, guilt, and shame
  • Participate in a special ceremony for caregivers impacted by the Pandemic
  • Discover the scientific evidence for how Unmourned Loss/Hurt and Unforgiven Guilt/Shame impact the body while subtly and not-so-subtly sabotaging lives
  • Learn how to facilitate hope and healing within yourself, your organization, your community, or your agency
  • Develop a skill set to help you reckon with transition, chaos, and liminal space

Price includes all training materials, a special BE-hold box mailed to your doorstep, monthly educational webinars by Opus Peace staff & a one-year Individual Membership.​  Please note all times listed are Eastern Standard Time (EST).

A ceremony to honor living warriors among us, including Veterans, those currently serving, first responders, and their families.

This ceremony creates a safe place for individuals to mourn their losses and lay down their burdens.

All are welcome to participate, and civilians from the community have the opportunity to offer their support.

Masks are mandatory for this event and there is also an opportunity to join via live stream if you are unable to attend in person.

RSVP to Brandi Long at 610-367-1608 or via email at blong1@bayada.com

Veterans, members currently serving, their families and the community are welcome!

The Fallen Comrade Ceremony honors living warriors and their resulting Soul Injuries from military service and/or combat experiences

Family members affected by their loved ones’ service are also provided a safe place to remember.

Civilians are offered a meaningful way to show support.

Sponsored by Arizona Care Hospice and Vanguard Veteran