The Connection Between Grief and Trauma - FREE Webinar
February 21, 2023 at 4:00 PM PT/ 7:00 PM ET
Join grief expert David Kessler for a free LIVE webinar with Psychiatrist and trauma expert,
Frank Anderson, MD on Tuesday, February 21st at 4:00 PM PT/ 7:00 PM ET.
Together, they'll explore:
- Understanding the complexities and reach of trauma
- How does trauma impact and inform our grief?
- How might grief re-activate trauma?
- How does trauma show up in our lives and impact our healing?
- How to emerge from the double impact of grief and trauma.
- What does healing look like?
- When is grief considered traumatic?
They would love to have you join them live and will also send a replay to everyone who registers.
Register at: https://www.davidkesslertraining.com/grief-trauma-connection
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Grieving a Sudden Death: How to Stay Connected While You Heal
Saturday, July 16th, from 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PDT.
Please mark your calendars for this special event that will combine new information about sudden
death, Q and A, guided workbook activities, and reflections to honor your grief and loved ones.
This workshop will be taught by Dr. Jennifer R. Levin, Trauma Grief Expert, Educator and Therapist, with
From Grief To Growth. In this workshop you will learn how to honor and live with your grief, sadness,
and trauma. You will create a personalized toolbox to use when having a grief attack, unexpected
triggers, or struggling with milestones or anniversaries. You will develop continual bonds to
remain connected with your loved ones who are no longer physically present.
Registration fess is $49 and includes a workbook and video replay.
Contact Dr. Levin at email@example.com with questions.
Register for the workshop beginning on July 5th at www.fromgrieftogrowth.com
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Let's (NOT) Talk About It Podcast - Season 2, Episode 6
Left Behind: A Story of Murder Suicide
Sara Cobb is, unfortunately, no stranger to death and grief. Her oldest brother, Stephen, died as a child
when he climbed up a power pole. He was electrocuted while his younger brother, Skyler, helplessly
watched. Skyler was never the same after that. Decades later, Sara received a call that Skyler and his
fiancée had died in a murder-suicide. This unimaginable tragedy led Sara to learn about grief counseling,
mental health and trauma in order to help others. She formed the first-ever support group for
murder-suicide survivors -- a club no one wants to belong to, as she puts it.
The episode is available to listen to on Apple Podcasts and Spotify
Follow Let's (NOT) Talk About It on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/LNTalkaboutit
Visit the Let's (NOT) Talk About It website at: https://letsnottalkaboutit.com/
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The Biology of Trauma: Solutions Series for Mental Health, Addictions and Burnout
FREE from July 19-25, 2021
Trauma becomes our biology, and stored in the body, becomes the unconscious program running our mental and
physical health to exhaustion. Join the Biology of Trauma Series to find science-based solutions for resilience and recovery!Gain effective and cutting-edge strategies for moving from a state of overwhelm to calm and solutions
for addressing biological imbalances triggered by and causing trauma.
Register at https://tinyurl.com/BioOfTrauma
Trauma Healing Support Circle
All are welcome to join this entirely online trauma support group hosted by
For You Network. This group is is welcoming, non-judgmental, all inclusive group for everyone. It will be especially helpful for those with a desire to heal the impact of trauma, support the healing of a loved one, and connect with other people on similar journeys of recovery. Whether the sudden and tragic death
of a loved one, an unexpected severe physical injury, an unhealthy relationship ending in heartbreak, a humiliating experience in childhood, a chaotic and
dysfunctional upbringing, sexual abuse, domestic violence, suicide by
someone close to you or thoughts of it yourself, addiction habits, battle with
mental health illness, or any other form of trauma you have endured.
You are not alone.
Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 6:15 PM MST – 7:30 PM MST
Follow the For You Network on Facebook and visit their events page for
details on how to join the support group circle. See the discussion posts in each scheduled event for link to join the group on Google Meet video chat
(video is optional, you can just use audio if you prefer).
**Adults and mature teens only**
Saturday Support with From Grief To Growth
Saturday Support is a virtual drop-in support group designed to connect individuals living with traumatic grief or who have experienced a sudden, unexpected loss. Moderated by Dr. Jennifer R. Levin of From Grief To Growth, these meetings will be held each Saturday from 9:30 - 10:30 AM(PST) through the end of 2020.
Meetings will provide participants an opportunity to share their experiences, learn more about traumatic grief, and gain new coping mechanisms and resources to help manage trauma and grief. These Meetings will take place over Zoom and will be interactive in nature (all participants will be encouraged to share their audio and video).
Saturday Support is not a therapy group and is available to participants throughout the United States. Privacy, respect, and confidentiality is expected from all group participants. The fee for Saturday Support is $20 per meeting and pre-registration is required. You can pre-register for whichever date(s) you like.
Register at: https://fromgrieftogrowth.mykajabi.com/saturday-support
Parenting After Trauma
Presented by Beth Tyson, Psychotherapist, Parenting Coach & Children's Book Author
Wednesday, July 15, 2020 at 11:00 AM (EST)
If you or a loved once have experienced a trauma, please Beth for the latest research and
tools on how to cope with trauma and loss. You will walk away with practical tools and information that will shift your perspective on both you and your child’s behavior.
This webinar is open to adults, parents, caregivers, and professionals working with children.
She will explain what is considered a traumatic event, how it impacts the brain and nervous system, and
what we can do to move forward in life with a whole heart. There is always hope and the potential for
post-traumatic growth if we take the time to process our experiences. Beth used personal experience to
motivate her to become a specialist in trauma and loss therapy.
She not only knows the clinical tools to heal, but she has been through it herself.
Save your spot before they run out!
Register at: https://chipper-builder-2756.ck.page/2538d447bc
Living with Traumatic Grief: 3 Questions to Guide Your Grief
FREE webinar hosted by From Grief To Growth
Monday, May 18, 2020 at 10:00 am (PST).
Register now at:
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Founder, My Grief Connection
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