White Shores with Theresa Cheung

Take My Hand: Mental health first aid trainer, Pat Sowa, on surviving the deep despair of grief following the death of her teenage son and the power of friendship, laughter and love to bring healing.

May 24, 2020 Theresa Cheung Season 2 Episode 24
White Shores with Theresa Cheung
Take My Hand: Mental health first aid trainer, Pat Sowa, on surviving the deep despair of grief following the death of her teenage son and the power of friendship, laughter and love to bring healing.
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White Shores with Theresa Cheung
Take My Hand: Mental health first aid trainer, Pat Sowa, on surviving the deep despair of grief following the death of her teenage son and the power of friendship, laughter and love to bring healing.
May 24, 2020 Season 2 Episode 24
Theresa Cheung

Take My Hand: Mental health first aid trainer, Pat Sowa, on surviving the deep despair of grief following the death of her teenage son and the power of friendship, laughter and love to bring healing.


In this heartfelt, brave and honest interview bereaved mother and mental health first aid trainer, Pat Sowa, talks about what it really feels like when your world is shattered by child bereavement and how her close friendship with Kerrie Fisher, (her Take My Hand co-author)  whose teenage son was also diagnosed with a life-threatening illness helped her find meaning, humour and hope again. 


To contact Pat, find out more about her and order Take My Hand, visit: 


@kerryandpat and www.starfishing.co.uk for her book, Take My Hand, and book-related work. 


and @pat_sowa for her wider work in Mental Health, Education and Leadership


To find out more about Theresa’s bestselling afterlife, heaven, angel and spiritual titles and mission, visit:

Www.theresacheung.com

You can contact Theresa via her author pages on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and you can email her directly at [email protected]

To find out about the theme music used in both Season 1 and 2 of White Shores visit:

www.cluainri.com  

The meditation piece at the end of the episode is Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata, 1st Movement, performed by Robert Cheung. 

White Shores Season 2 is produced by Robert Cheung


Show Notes

Take My Hand: Mental health first aid trainer, Pat Sowa, on surviving the deep despair of grief following the death of her teenage son and the power of friendship, laughter and love to bring healing.


In this heartfelt, brave and honest interview bereaved mother and mental health first aid trainer, Pat Sowa, talks about what it really feels like when your world is shattered by child bereavement and how her close friendship with Kerrie Fisher, (her Take My Hand co-author)  whose teenage son was also diagnosed with a life-threatening illness helped her find meaning, humour and hope again. 


To contact Pat, find out more about her and order Take My Hand, visit: 


@kerryandpat and www.starfishing.co.uk for her book, Take My Hand, and book-related work. 


and @pat_sowa for her wider work in Mental Health, Education and Leadership


To find out more about Theresa’s bestselling afterlife, heaven, angel and spiritual titles and mission, visit:

Www.theresacheung.com

You can contact Theresa via her author pages on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and you can email her directly at [email protected]

To find out about the theme music used in both Season 1 and 2 of White Shores visit:

www.cluainri.com  

The meditation piece at the end of the episode is Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata, 1st Movement, performed by Robert Cheung. 

White Shores Season 2 is produced by Robert Cheung