All the activities arranged for your Good Mourning Journeys Cruise Program have been carefully selected to create the opportunity for healing and growth. There will be seminars, workshops, facilitated support group sessions, a remembrance celebration, and more. As possible, these will be held while sailing at sea to allow you all the time you'd like to explore the ports of call. We'll be offering a group excursion in one or more of the port destinations to share the experience with new friends. Of course, there will be plenty of time to enjoy the culinary, entertainment, and pampering services of the ship -- such as BBC Earth Experiences, Casino action, and the Greenhouse Spa. We are welcome to gather again at dinner. Most importantly, choose to engage as much or as little as you choose. This is your time to heal.
SPACE IS LIMITED! We will be a relatively small group onboard and have reserved private meeting space for our program. The Good Mourning Journeys Cruise Program fee is separate and in addition to the cruise fare. Minimum age of 18.
Our Presenter and Facilitator -- Ashley Davis Bush
Ashley felt a calling early on in her life to help people live richer, deeper, more fulfilling lives. Her work for the past 30 years — both as a psychotherapist and as a writer — has been motivated by her desire to inspire others toward whole-hearted living. Ashley holds a B.A from Smith College and an M.S.W. from Columbia University. She is trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy for Couples (EFT), EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing). Ashley is also a trained spiritual director and a reiki master.
Ashley will be accompanying us on our Good Mourning Journeys Cruise. She will share her insight on living with loss, self compassion, acceptance, and hope.
Ashley is an internationally best-selling author of 9 self-help books. She writes articles and blog posts designed to help people open themselves to love, loss, and life.
Her books include:
Our Guest Facilitator -- Daniel A. Bush
Daniel is a licensed psychotherapist offering compassion and support without judgment to help individuals cope with challenging circumstances, reduce their suffering, and heal. He holds a deep confidence in everyone’s ability to heal and change. Daniel hold a BA in Anthropology from Beloit College, a MS and PhD in Anthropology from the University of Washington, Seattle and a MS in Mental Health Counseling from Springfield College. He has specialty training in Emotional Focused Therapy for Couples (EFT), and EMDR (eye movement and desensitization and reprocessing) for the treatment of symptoms related to traumatic experience.