This group meets in Zoom on the second Tuesday of each month.
Facilitated by Ebony Leary and Dr. JoyBeth Lufty
June topic: “Self-Care for Givers…How to take care of yourself while taking care of someone else”
Our Mission: Our group provides education, support and spiritual food for care givers.
Caregivers are men, women, young, old, from every corner of the world and every way of life. They care for their parents, spouses, siblings, friends, and children. They do the hard work of taking care of the vulnerable among us often without requesting the responsibility. This group is for you… the Givers.
What are the benefits of our Support Group? Our intention is to provide you with valuable tools and resources that make your life easier and to connect you with your most valuable resource, each other. By doing so we hope collectively you will teach us what you need and how to best support you.
Join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/UnityHoustonCareforGivers
About Dr. JoyBeth Lufty:
JoyBeth Lufty has been an International workshop leader, published writer and administrator in Holistic Spirituality. With degrees in Social Work and Ministry and a special passion for Body Prayer to Soul Attunement and Christ Consciousness to Caregiving, she embodies her nickname of “drjoy”.
About Ebony Leary:
Ebony Leary was born in Lincoln, NE to a young, single mother. Her grandmother was a founding member of the Unity church in her hometown and Ebony grew up in that church. She started her care-giving journey as a Certified Nursing Assistant at sixteen and has taken care of hundreds of people with terminal illnesses. She has also been the primary caregiver for her family. Ebony is a former Hospice Nurse, a Certified End-of-Life Doula, an Advanced Care Planner, and a Caregiver Advocate. Ebony says, “Spirit has designated my specialty be in Neurodegenerative Disorders (Alzheimer’s, ALS, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s, etc.). I’ve started my company, My Sunset Doula, turning my passion and over 20 years of experience into my life’s work. I’m here to serve.”