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Educational Signature Series

Programs for the Community and Professionals

 

We welcome you to join us for upcoming presentations that explore various topics on the grief journey, presented by professionals around the US!

Upcoming: PAUSE Panel & Alica Forneret

Cultural Considerations for Grief in the Workplace

Examining identity, support needs, and community in culturally-relevant ways in the workplace

A special presentation for Hospice Professionals, Clergy, Law Enforcement, First Responders, Victim’s Advocates, Therapists/Counselors, Volunteers, Companions, Death Doulas, Death Care Professionals, including Administrative and Leadership Professionals in these settings.

In this presentation for professionals, PAUSE will cover how workplaces can better support their employees who are People of Color navigating death, dying, and grief. Together, we will explore how race and culture can influence the type of support workplaces can offer to their employees. Attendees should be prepared to engage in individual exercises to examine their own identity and how it’s impacted their personal grief experience in the workplace, as well as small group work and large group discussions to center storytelling and resourcing from community. Attendees will walk away with practical ideas for expanding their approach to making culturally-relevant referrals outside of the typical bereavement response, as well as a customized list of grief and end-of-life resources by and for People of Color.

Date: Tuesday, August 20

Time: 8-10am (PT)/ 9-11am (MST)/ 10-12pm (CT)/ 11-1pm (EST)

location: Zoom

Registration Required. Certificate of Completion provided upon request to professionals in attendance.  

How Who We Are Impacts How We Grieve

A panel discussion exploring the intersection of grief and identity

In this 1.5-hour panel discussion, attendees will meet Charlene Lam (The Grief Gallery), Dr. Julie Shaw (Hello I’m Grieving), and Mangda Sengvanhpheng (BACII) – three grief-focused professionals who bring unique approaches to their work serving grieving folks. In this conversation, they’ll share about their individual journeys, discuss the connections between culture, identity, and creativity, and talk about why it can be important to look outside of traditional grief support containers to receive more expansive and holistic care. Our time together will include a Q&A with the panelists.

Date: Tuesday, August 20

Time: 3-4:30pm (PT)/ 4-5:30pm (MST)/ 5-6:30pm (CT)/ 6-7:30pm (EST)

location: Zoom

A program for anyone in the community who has experienced a loss or is supporting a griever personally or professionally.

Registration Required. Certificate of Completion provided upon request to professionals in attendance.  

Later this year…

Children and Grief Presented by Judi’s House

 

Denver nonprofit dedicated to supporting grieving children and their families to find connection and healing – will be joining us in the fall of 2024 for a presentation about Supporting Grieving Children.

Coming fall 2024!