FREE Webinar: Helping Others With Grief in Challenging Times with David Kessler
Grief expert David Kessler has put together a FREE training called "Helping Others With Grief in Challenging Times,"
because if ever there was a time we could all use more help, it’s now.
Join him for this FREE webinar event and May 19th at 1:00 pm PT/ 4:00 pm ET.
In this teaching, he'll be covering:
- Helping others who have suffered even the most tragic losses
- Learning the 6 needs of the grieving so you can help others navigate grief
- Encouraging post-traumatic growth to move beyond the pain and create a legacy of love
- Inspiring others to identify reserves of resilience that may surprise them
David will share the tools you need to confidently help others navigate the rocky terrain of grief.
Register to attend at: https://bit.ly/3yzHB50
Widow Empowerment Event
September 23 - 25, 2022, in Scottsdale, Arizona
Early Bird General Registration is now open for the Modern Widows Club's Widow Empowerment Event!
Join them September 23 to 25, 2022, in Scottsdale, Arizona for their remarkable, one-of-a-kind
event for widows and daughters of widows. At WEE 2022 Scottsdale you’ll find HOPE as you
spend time with an understanding community and our dynamic, powerful speakers. You’ll have
opportunities to HEAL through education, resources, and activities that also give you the chance
to GROW and find purpose. And you’ll learn more about how to LEAD in the future of widowhood.
Over the course of our extraordinary weekend you’ll connect with resilient role models in a safe,
trusted community, and can expect to gain:
- Friendship and inspiration from hundreds of wise women who are walking this path with you
- Knowledge, leadership, education, and guidance to empower your important decisions
- Confidence to journey from grief to growth
- Honest and healthy conversations to help you discover joy again
- Affirmations of areas of excelling and areas that need focus
- Framework and resources to reconstruct your life with meaning, purpose, and strength
- Hope for you and your family’s future
-Peace of mind that you are not alone
To sign up, visit www.modernwidowsclub.org and then “Register for WEE 2022 Scottsdale.”
Meridian Mindset: A Mental Health Awareness Event
Monday, May 23, 2022, from 5:45 PM to 8:00 PM MT at Meridian City Hall
In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, the City of Meridian Mayor’s Youth Advisory Council (MYAC) and Mayor’s Senior Advisory Board (MSAB) are teaming up with Connection is the Cure to host
Meridian Mindset—an evening of education, connection, art, and service at
Meridian City Hall (33 E. Broadway Ave., Meridian, ID 83642) on Monday, May 23rd, 2022.
The doors will be open by 5:45 PM and the program begins at 6:00 PM in the Council Chambers
of Meridian City Hall with a series of presentations by featured speakers whose work—voluntary
or professional—touches on aspects of mental health and suicide prevention.
These speakers are:
Shannon Decker (Executive Director & Co-Founder, The Speedy Foundation)
September Frogley (Co-Founder, Connection Is The Cure)
Gretchen Gudmundsen (Child Clinical Psychologist, St. Luke's)
Shawna Delaney-Saladino (Anti-Bullying Specialist & Founder, Word Warriors)
Tracy Basterrechea (Chief of Police, City Of Meridian)
Following the presentations, attendees are encouraged to visit booths stationed by representatives of
various groups and organizations to learn more about community resources available in our area.
Afterward, MYAC students will lead a chalk art project with attendees in the Meridian City Hall Plaza--
encouraging attendees to cover the concrete with kind, compassionate, and uplifting messages and art.
Attendees may bring basic toiletry items to donate to Connection is the Cure. These items will be packaged
and provided to those in the community who are at the highest risk of mental health distress and suicide.
A collection booth will be near the main entrance of Meridian City Hall.
The following items are requested:
travel-size hand sanitizers
This event is free and open to the public. Those who are unable to attend in person may
watch the livestream of the presentations beginning at 6:00 PM on Monday, May 23rd
by visiting www.meridiancity.org/live. The recording will be available on the
City of Meridian YouTube page following the event.
Understanding Grief - Facebook Live
Monday May 23, 2022, at 1:30 PM PDT
Join the folks from The Dougy Center for an interactive conversation on the movement to #UnderstandGrief
Live on Dougy Center's Facebook page, Monday May 23, 2022, at 1:30 PM PDT. Donna Schuurman and
Monique Mitchell will answer questions and talk about the importance of being grief-informed.
July 11-13, 2022, at Hollinshead Barn in Bend, OR from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Registration is open for Camp Courage, a 3-day, FREE, summer art camp that provides a safe and healing environment where youth can share and express their feelings of loss and grief. Camp is July 11-13, 2022,
at Hollinshead Barn in Bend, OR from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. Youth from Central Oregon who have
experienced a loss and are in grief are invited to register and participate in this art-based grief camp.
Hosted by Clear Mourning, this year, Camp Courage is sponsored by a local non-profit partner,
Partners In Care. Camp Courage provides children and teens a safe and fun place to express, share and explore their feelings and issues related to the death of a loved one. Camp Courage will be helping facilitate this
by offering smaller peer groups, the opportunity to create personal artwork aimed at the child’s and teen’s expression of their own grief and allow them the opportunity to celebrate and memorialize the loved one who
has died. Every child will have the opportunity to participate in outdoor games and activities.
For additional details and to register a camper, visit: https://www.clearmourning.org/event/camp-courage/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=CC
The Compassionate Friends, Great Boise Area Chapter
The Compassionate Friends is an emotional support group for those suffering from child loss. Parents, grandparents and siblings (age 12 and above) are all welcome. They are a self-help group and all of
their leaders are bereaved parents. They are a non-profit, non-denominational support group with
no religious affiliation. The group meets inside the Meridian Senior Center at Julius M. Kleiner Park
in Meridian, Idaho at The Village, every 2nd Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM MST.
Next Meeting: May 12, 2022 at 7:00 PM MDT. Check out the Live Series of YouTube videos with Co-Chapter Leaders, Kristina & Steffanie. They recently started a blogcast called Sunflowers & Red Feathers as well.
Watch the YouTube videos or read the blog here.
They are active on their Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/TCFSouthernIdaho
and on their Private Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/634712763985467
Chapter Leader: Kristina Cunningham, firstname.lastname@example.org
Survivors of Suicide Loss Support Group - Boise, Idaho
2nd Thursday of the month from 7:00 to 9:00 PM MDT
717 N. 11th Street, Boise, Idaho 83702
The group meets continuously throughout the year at First United Methodist Church
(Cathedral of the Rockies), in the Bishop's Lounge at 717 N. 11th Street, Boise, Idaho 83702.
Meetings are held in person on the 2nd Thursday of the month from 7:00 to 9:00 PM MST.
Next meeting is on May 12, 2022.
Group Facilitators: Kirby or Susan Orme, (208) 342-2139, email@example.com
Coronavirus Bereavement Study – Announcement for Participants
The Coronavirus Bereavement Study aims to better understand factors that may be related to bereavement experiences by learning from those who have experienced a loss during the pandemic. Participants will be
asked to complete an online questionnaire that surveys their loss and bereavement experiences, including
how the pandemic interfered with their grieving process, as well as their general background information
(gender, age, health status, and so forth), mood, personality, coping, social engagement, stressors, and
functioning. There are also open-ended responses to questions about their experiences and opportunities for a follow-up phone interview if chosen. Participation in the study is totally voluntary and open to individuals
who are English-speaking, age 55+, and who have experienced the death of a significant other during the
pandemic and have access to a computer or smart phone. The study poses no significant risks, participation
will be anonymous, and all data will be kept secure and confidential. Eventually, this research could
improve our understanding of the factors that contribute to individuals’ bereavement experiences.
Each person will have the opportunity to win a $100 gift card for their participation.
This research study is being conducted by Sarah Brown-Adams, M.A., Rachel Czosniak, M.A.,
Alejandra Zamora, M.A, and Richard Zweig, PhD. of the Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology of
Yeshiva University, with approval from the University’s Institutional Review Board.
To participate in the study scan the QR code to the left or visit: www.tinyurl.com/coronabereavement
Mother's Day 2022
Mother's Day reminds some people of losses they don't often speak of, like death, separation, divorce,
infertility, illness, unfulfilled longing, disability, estrangement, neglect, rejection, abuse, and abandonment.
If this day is difficult for you, for any reason, be extra kind and soft with yourself. Sending lots of love
and wishes for a gentler Mother's Day than expected to all feeling tender from loss.
Mother's Day Grief Support Event
May 8th at 4pm UK (8:00 AM PST / 11:00 EST)
Tara Nash, of Conscious Grief, and Uma Girish, a Grief Guide, Spiritual Mentor and Author are
hosting an free event on Mother's Day (US) for anyone who is grieving the loss of their mother
or anyone who does not have the mother daughter relationship they wish they had.
Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwvduuhrTsjHdUKJE3v-FpynHj4m7uGxnKX
Worldwide Celebration of Remembrance To Honor Mothers Who Are No Longer Living
May 7, 2022 at 2:00 PM PST / 5:00 PM EST
If you are missing your mother or mother figure, you are invited to join "Motherless Daughter's" author
and coach, Hope Edelman, for the Worldwide Celebration of Remembrance To Honor Mothers Who Are No Longer Living event. Hope will share her annual Mother's Day letter to Motherless Daughters, and there
will be special guest speakers, a chance to win free giveaways, toast to all our mothers, and the
2nd International Circle of Remembrance. Join Hope Edelman, Claire Bidwell Smith, Kelly McDaniel,
and other guest speakers for this free event to explore:
How can we still honor our moms on this weekend?
How can we, if we have children, allow Mother’s Day to be about ourselves and her at the same time?
How can we find others who understand what this day represents for us?
Join in on May 7, 2022 at 2:00 PM PST / 5:00 PM EST.
The call is one hour, with a 30-minute Open Discussion period afterward for sharing stories about our moms.
Register for this FREE event at: www.motherlessdaughters.com/md-worldwide-call
Any questions? Feel free to contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
July 28 - 30, 2022 in Kent, Ohio
Do you know a grieving child or teen that could benefit from extra support and meeting peers who understand what they are going through? If so, Camp Kelly is a great opportunity for connecting and healing. Camp Kelly
is a day camp for children and teens ages 6-17 who have experienced the death of a loved one. It provides
a safe place for campers to share their grief, find support, and strengthen their coping skills while building
new friendships and having fun. Activities are facilitated by licensed professionals and volunteers. It will be
held on Thursday, July 28th, through Saturday, July 30th, from 10:00 AM-4:00 PM at Kelly's Grief Center in Kent, Ohio. To register, call 1-330-593-5959. All campers are required to complete a virtual intake assessment along with a parent or guardian prior to attending camp. Call today to reserve your spot! Please register by July 1, 2022.
FREE Virtual Global Grief Conference: Creative Ways to Find Your Grief Support Community
All are invited to attend the FREE Virtual Global Grief Conference from April 29th-May 2nd.
This unique event will feature grief experts, podcasters, and guest speakers from across the world
for workshops and presentations on topics including support for grieving children, pregnancy/infant loss,
loss of a spouse/partner, physical effects of grieving, loss of a child, suicide loss, healing from trauma,
therapeutic art, how mental health is affected by grief, and much more!
My Grief Connection founder, Sara Cobb, is thrilled to be included in a lineup of inspirational speakers
and workshop presenters at the Virtual Global Grief Conference. She'll be presenting a session on,
"Creative Ways to Find Your Grief Support Community," on Saturday, April 30, 2022, at 11:00 PM MST.
Sincere appreciation goes out to Tony Lynch and Deborah Dee Bird, and all the organizers, for including
MGC in what will no doubt be an extremely impactful conference. This event will be interpreted in Spanish.
Sign up at www.tinyurl.com/globalgriefconference
FREE Living With Grief MasterClass
Join us for the FREE (yes, no catches) Living with Grief MasterClass to learn more about Grief and healthy strategies for coping. The class is Wednesday, May 4, 2022 at 5:30 PM AET (Australia time)/12:30 PM PST.
This MasterClass is for you:
😭 If you are experiencing or struggling with grief
💝 If you are supporting someone grieving
🗣 or, if you are a Coach, Healer, Counselor, Therapist, or Leader
As a Grieving Mother, Certified Grief Educator, Coach and Healer, Christy understands the depth of
this pain, and she knows how tough it is, she is here to give back and shine a little bit of light onto
your pathway, as you navigate the often unacknowledged and rocky terrain of this grief world.
Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to learn more about grief, experience the power firsthand
of a Self Directed Healing session, and discover many useful tips and strategies for coping and healing
Register at https://christyrobertscoaching.com/1-hour-grief-masterclass/
Art Your Grief Classes with Emily Dilbeck: May 2022
Art Your Grief classes are for grievers. Grief comes in many different forms. This class is for anyone experiencing grief, it might be a diagnosis, a death, a relationship, job loss, a dream, a home, etc. All grievers are welcome.
No art experience is needed. All you need is to bring yourself and be willing to show up and try painting, drawing and collage to process your grief. Explore and express your grief using art on Zoom in a safe space with other grievers. Emily will be walking you through different prompts with basic art supplies (watercolor, colored pencils, collage - nothing fancy) to help you connect with your grief while creating. The goal is not to create beautiful art (although sometimes this happens), the focus is on your grief and having a designated safe space to connect and express your grief using color, texture, and movement. Art is a powerful tool to express and explore grief.
There is something beautiful that happens when we sit with it all - even if it’s extremely difficult to do.
Next class series:
Three options for month long classes that meet once a week on zoom:
*Sunday, May 15, 22, 29 (3 meetings) - 3:30-4:45 PM PDT/5:30-6:45 PM CT - $90
*Tuesday, May 10, 17, 24, 31 (4 meetings) - 6:30-7:45 PM PDT/8:30-9:45 PM CT - $120
*Wednesday, May 4, 11, 18, 25 (4 meetings) - 8:30-9:45 AM PDT/10:30-11:45 AM CDT - $120
The first 60 min. are for creating, the last 15 are for optional sharing/listening
(or you can continue creating). Please message Emily on Instagram to sign up. She only takes a
handful of participants each month as it is important to me to keep it small and intimate.
One workshop option for a one time class:
If you don't want to commit to multiple classes, you can take the one-time workshop on
*Saturday, May 28 (1 meeting) - 11:30 AM-12:45 PM PDT/ 11:30 AM-12:45 PM CDT - $30
Private Sessions: You can schedule private Art Your Grief sessions, an hour class is $65.
Buddy Sessions: You can schedule buddy sessions of Art Your Grief for 2-4 people. An hour buddy session
for 2 people is $45 per person, 3 people is $40 per person, 4 people is $35 per person.
Private Class: You can schedule a private class for 5-7 people for 4 sessions of 75 minutes each for $120 a person. The first 60 min. are for creating, the last 15 are for optional sharing/listening.
For more information, check out the Art Your Grief Instagram page.
The highlight titled “Class Info.” has all the details.
Please message Emily on Instagram is you have questions or want to register for a class.
For more information visit: https://www.emilydilbeck.com/art-your-grief
Peace Through the Page: Gratitude Journaling in 6 Minutes a Day
Monday, May 9, 2022 at 8:00 PM EST
We've all heard that writing and journaling is the 'best' way to start healing...but a blank sheet
of paper is so overwhelming. However, there's something very meaningful about getting your
thoughts and feelings from head to heart to hand to hope - whether you choose to write for
yourself or for the masses. Learn the secrets and the baby steps Crystal Webster, founder, and
chief solace officer at Sharing Solace used to take her hot mess to an haute message -
plus get a special excerpt from her just-released book 'Confessions of a Griever'!
Visit the Facebook Event at: https://www.facebook.com/events/1682527278753298/
Register at: https://letsreimagine.org/103965/peace-through-the-page-gratitude-journaling-in-6-min-a-day
FREE Online Summit: Healing After Suicide Loss: How To Let Go Of Your Guilt,Find Peace And Move Forward One Day At A Time: May 2 - 6, 2022Read Now
FREE Online Summit: Healing After Suicide Loss: How To Let Go Of Your Guilt,
Find Peace And Move Forward One Day At A Time: May 2 - 6, 2022
Join host, and suicide bereavement coach, Caro Brookings, and these featured speakers:
Carey Conley & Laurel Wilson - Authors and Vision Experts
Jill Cowan - Co-Founder of Healing To The Max
Kelli Nielsen - Founder of The Grief Guru
Lisa K Boehm - Author
Marianne Gouveia - Founder of EricsHouse
Melissa Bottorff-Arey - Podcast Host and Author
Rita Schulte - Licensed Professional Board Certified Counselor
Sara J. Cobb - Founder of My Grief Connection
Tracy Oeser - Founder of Journey Thru Grief
Do you feel overwhelming guilt about the suicide of your loved one because you should have
done “this” and you could have done “that”? Do you keep thinking about why your loved one took
their life? Or maybe you knew your loved one was struggling and you were still unable to save them?
You are not alone, and you do not have to suffer in silence. If you have been longing to let go of
your guilt after losing your loved one to suicide…then you should sign up for the Healing After
Suicide Loss interview series. My friend Caro Brookings has brought together 20+ top experts, authors and support providers from the suicide grief and loss space for this free interview series on how to
let go of your guilt, find peace and move forward one day at a time. When your loved one has died
by suicide, you don’t have the time or the energy to scour the internet and find some of the
fantastic resources that are out there available to you.
Maybe you have tried some advice that you’ve heard somewhere and you felt a little better for
a while, only to be back at square one the next day. So you sit there alone, feeling sad and anxious,
and you wonder if you will ever feel happy again. Here’s what I believe: We don’t move on after
suicide loss, but you can move forward if you work through your grief. Because time alone doesn’t
heal all wounds - it’s important what you do with your time. You should know it is possible for you
too to let go of your guilt and find peace. You just need to know the right steps to take. That’s why
I am so grateful for the Healing After Suicide Loss interview series. It’s 5 days of tried and tested advice and encouragement from top experts from around the world to help YOU move forward with your life.
It’s free, but you have to save your seat to get access. Be sure to catch my session on May 2nd!
Claim your ticket to the online event at: https://interviews.healingaftersuicideloss.org/sara
Holding hope this Easter for those who are missing their...
Sending you all wishes for a gentle holiday weekend. If you are missing a dear loved one, feeling lonely,
or are dealing with any kind of loss. Holidays can lose their sparkle and intensify difficult emotions when
you are grieving. They can be a tender reminder of what and who we are missing.
It is normal to struggle on these special days and it's okay to change up traditions or skip the celebrations
all together if that is easier for you this year. If it feels comforting it may be helpful to share a pleasant
memory with a trusted person, enjoy some of your favorite treats, make a donation to a favorite charity,
or do something like light a candle or say a prayer to commemorate your person.
Whether you acknowledge this holiday or not, take time this weekend to show yourself some love, care,
and compassion. Wishing you special moments of serenity and delight that give your heart a little lift.
With love and blessings,
Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
Bend Not Break: Suicide Prevention Concert
Rescheduled to May 13, 2022 at Maverik Center in a West Valley City, Utah
Concert starts at 7:00 PM. Doors Open at 6:00 PM.
America's Got Talent Alumni Alex Boyé, known for his dynamic African-infused music that has gained over 1 billion views on YouTube is using his voice to shine a light on mental health and suicide prevention. Join Alex and friends on May 7th. at Maverik Center for Utah’s first ever Utah Suicide Prevention Concert. Utah has the 6th highest suicide rate in the U.S. On average, someone dies by suicide every 13 hours in the state of Utah. We can’t be silent anymore when it comes to mental health simply because it might be uncomfortable. The cost of silence is TOO HIGH. The concept is simple; to normalize and encourage ongoing conversations about mental health within schools, the workplace, churches and throughout the community. These concerts to help build connection with mental health experts, provide support and healing in our community. This will be an unforgettable night that
will feed your soul in ways you didn’t think you needed. This is not just a concert. It will be an experience.
THIS CONCERT IS FREE AND IS BEING DONATED VIA CORPORATE SPONSORS.
If you are your company would like to be a co-sponsor, contact 801-427-7439 for more information.
If you are a mental health organization or a therapist group/Individual and would like to set up a
booth at the event; contact Jackie at The Maverik Center at 801-988-8843.
For more info on Alex’s foundation and his purpose, go to: https://lnkd.in/gP5QXiuQ
Tickets will be Free Admission and will be available to the public starting Wednesday February 9th at 10AM. Limited seating available on a first come first serve basis. Grab your FREE tickets at: www.maverikcenter.com
The Mental Wellness Connection Online Summit
April 18 - 24, 2022
The Mental Wellness Connection is a FREE online summit taking place April 18th-24th
that aims to answer these questions and much more. It’s full of practical wisdom and
simple but powerful pathways to improving your mental health from a root cause
perspective and accelerate your healing potential on all fronts.
This transformative summit can help you:
- Identify and address the underlying causes of any mental health challenges you may be facing
- Harness the restorative and nourishing power of sleep
- Stabilize and boost your energy and motivation
- Understand the brain-gut connection
- Find natural solutions for depression, anxiety, and ADHD outside of outdated healthcare paradigms
- Implement diet, detox, and nutrition strategies into your daily routine
And much more!
This event is particularly special because it brings together a panel of the world’s most trusted mental health advocates including doctors, therapists, nutritionists, energy workers, and more. You won’t just learn valuable ways to improve your diet, exercise, and sleep hygiene—you’ll also discover the science behind how your gut, mitochondria, and more impact your mental health moment to moment. In other words, you’ll come away with a big picture understanding of WHY your body and mind are connected, as well as exactly HOW you can nurture this relationship to experience greater purpose, joy, and connection in life.
Register for the FREE at: https://mentalwellness.byhealthmeans.com/
The Purpose Driven Entrepreneur Conference: How to Grieve and Be An Entrepreneur
April 14, 2022, Starting at 10:00 AM CT
Has someone you loved died recently? Do you struggle with understanding the emotions you are experiencing? Do you not know if you should move one or pause to grieve the loss of your loved one?
Do you want to THRIVE and not just SURVIVE? The Purpose Driven Entrepreneur conference will be
focused on grief. Providing you with tips and strategies from experts in the field.
Could any of these topics help you? If so, you are not alone!
- Why do we grieve anyway?
- Coping with transitions in life
- How to choose positive pathways
- The Difference between mourning and grieving
- Practical Resilience for Tough Times
- Are You Ready to "Graduate" from Your Grief?
- How to build resilience among teams during these turbulent times.
At The Purpose Driven Entrepreneur Conference, along with host Michelle O'Connor, we will
be joined by experts as we talk about “How to grieve and be an entrepreneur.”
Let’s come together and make the talk about loss normal!
Get your free access at: https://thepurposedrivenentrepreneur.net
FREE Virtual Global Grief Conference
SAVE THE DATE & MARK YOUR CALENDARS! April 29 - May 2, 2022
Worldwide Trained Grief Coaches Helping our Communities
Co-Hosted by Dee Bird of Unplug Grief Ministries & Tony Lynch of Memories of Us
What: Virtual Global Grief Conference
When: April 29-May 2, 2022, 8am ET (7am CT, 6am MT, 5am PT)
Begins & ends within 72 hour period....3-full days!
Who: Anyone interested in or looking for support in grief
Why: Find community, resources, growth, healing in the human experience that is Grief
Details: This will be a free conference with presentations and workshops from grief leaders
and speakers from around the world. For 72 hours straight we will be offering our best tips and
tools from our trade skills and from our personal experiences with grief.
Sara Cobb, My Grief Connection Founder, will be offering a presentation on
Saturday, April 30th at 10:00 PM PT/11:00 PM MT.
Join us by reserving your seat today at: Reimagine or Facebook
***Please note that at the registration, it is also asking for a donation. This is NOT Global Grief Conference asking for it. It is Reimagine who is sponsoring our event and they are a 501-3 non-profit.
It is optional, not mandatory; but it is a gift of love..***
The event will be LIVE streamed to the following locations:
StreamYard YouTube Facebook
2nd Annual Virtual Grief Summit
April 28th & 29th from 9:00 AM - 4:40 PM CDT
The 2nd Annual Virtual Grief Summit is the premier virtual event for healing professionals working with grief and loss. Death and loss feel so much closer now. And grieving is so different. Our journeys’ no longer focused on a single loss. Instead, we’re facing an accumulation of heartbreaks, sudden traumas, and a seemingly endless sense of uncertainty and collective loss. It all adds up, overwhelming us and making grief harder to process, leading to prolonged grief disorder, anxiety, depression, etc. PESI and Grief.com have teamed up to line up the most prominent names and best instructors for their 2nd annual Virtual Grief Summit, the world’s largest gathering of professionals working with grief. And because the tools and techniques shared at this summit are critical to your work, they are offering free access to the entire 2-day live event. The summit will feature David Kessler, Megan Devine, Claire Bidwell Smith, Litsa Williams, and five other acclaimed experts. This is the place to get the most up-to-date strategies and interventions so you can help clients cope and facilitate healthy grief in this unprecedented time.
In just 2 days, you’ll get a comprehensive toolbox for addressing the most challenging issues for grieving clients in today’s destabilizing world, including:
- Techniques for navigating collective grief and uncertainty
- Proven strategies to promote connection and personal growth
- Practical tools for traumatic grief and mourning
- Unique strategies to create safe spaces for culturally diverse clients to grieve
- How to ethically use self-disclosure to enhance your work with grieving clients
- Expressive arts interventions for grieving children
- The opportunity to upgrade and earn up to 12 LIVE CE hours
- Interactive Q&A and handouts for each session
- FREE archive access to ALL summit recordings for 14 days
And much more!
You’ll connect with an entire community of people just like you, so you can get the inspiration and support
you need to feel re-energized and ready to tackle this most important work. Whether you’re a
psychotherapist, social worker, hospice worker, or anyone in the helping professions, this is your chance
to feel more prepared than ever to counsel, treat and walk alongside the grieving.
Register to join the event on April 28th & 29th from 9:00 AM - 4:40 PM CDT
Can't attend live? Register anyway for 14-day free access to the training!
*CE credit is available for an additional cost. Register for more information.
Presented in partnership with PESI & Grief.com
Register today at: https://bit.ly/GriefSummit
Grieve Into Greater Summit
Begins On April 11, 2022 and Goes For 21 Days
Discover how the pain of grief can unlock your life and GREATER purpose at the FREE Grieve Into Greater Summit.
Join 21 speakers, authors & experts share how to access the wisdom, power & healing gifted in grieving, starting on April 11, 2022, for 21 days! The biggest shifts happen inside us when we learn how to process pain - grief, loss, disappointment. When we gift ourselves with integration, magic happens. Host Isa Rooney, Founder of the
Inner Success Alignment Method™️, is bringing together 21 experts, authors, speakers, ministers, coaches & therapists to share their wisdom, tips, tools, freebies, & resources in this FREE summit!
Join the summit for FREE at: www.grieveintogreater.com
Sara J. Cobb
Founder, My Grief Connection
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