What is GNA?
GNA is a true networking group, started by grief care professionals in the greater Denver Metro area. The goal of GNA is to attract members who want to give of themselves and create a sense of community and support for other grief providers, to build and establish trusting relationships and offer resources when appropriate. If you are solely looking for an opportunity to promote your business, books or other published materials, then this group likely isn’t for you. If you are interested in establishing mutually beneficial relationships, gaining knowledge in the grief field, and are willing to share your expertise with others, we encourage you to participate in GNA and look forward to your involvement.
We typically meet about once a quarter. We primarily meet in-person at locations around the greater Denver Metro area, and welcome grief care providers in other areas to join us for virtual meetings when we have them.
*If you haven’t received the Evite for the next upcoming meeting, please fill out the form below and contact GNA to receive it!
Upcoming Meeting Dates:
November 3rd 8:30am-10:30am – special presentation with Denver Medical Examiners Office
January 12th 8:30am-10:30am – special presentation by Eileen Wolfington for Laughter Yoga – VIRTUAL MEETING
February 23rd 8:30am-10:30am – special presentation with Judi’s House
If you are not on our mailing list yet, please complete the below form to be added. We typically send out the Evite the month before the upcoming meeting with meeting details.
GNA Membership Agreement & Sign-Up
Upcoming Special Events for Grief Care Providers:
Bridging the Gap: A Shared Calling
A special event for Hospice Professionals, Clergy, Law Enforcement, First Responders, Victim’s Advocates, Therapists, Volunteers, Companions, Death Doulas, Death Care Professionals, hosted by Horan & McConaty in partnership with HeartLight Center. Come build relationships with end-of-life and death-care professionals to improve quality of care for those experiencing loss, understand what happens at the funeral home to prepare and inform families, and identify risks, contributors and strategies for reducing burnout and compassion fatigue. Special presentation by Dr. Jason Troyer about how professionals can serve families seamlessly and avoid burnout!
Wed October 18 8am-12pm at the Horan & McConaty at Parker Rd and Dartmouth in Aurora.
Registration Required. Certificate of Completion provided upon request to attendees.
GNA Google Docs