Grief Support for the Holiday Season

with David Kessler

Free Online Session

Join via Zoom for this Free LIVE Grief Support Series

Saturday December 23rd

9 am PT / 12 pm ET

If you can't make the live gathering - a recording will be available to everyone who has registered

The Holidays are Challenging When You're in Grief...

So often, our friends and relatives just don't understand and they want us to just get over it.

This online support series is free and open to anyone who could use a little extra grief support during the holiday season.

Join David Kessler as he discusses ways to cope with this challenging season and learn strategies for navigating the holidays.

There is so much added pressure including memories of the past, difficult family dynamics, comparisons on social media, and all of those perfect-family Christmas movies. It can all be overwhelming.

 

 

This time of year can be even more heartbreaking when you're missing a loved one

 

  • For anyone who may need extra grief support
  • Learn more about why the holidays are so hard
  • Be a part of a supportive community  
  • You’re invited to join us - no matter where you are in your journey
  • Your loss can be recent or older
  • Grief tips that you can implement immediately
  • Strategies for navigating the difficult holiday season
  • Be with people who truly "get it" 
  • Gain valuable coping tools

David Kessler

David Kessler is a grief specialist, speaker, and author of six books, including his latest bestselling book, Finding Meaning: The Sixth Stage of Grief. He co-authored two books with Elisabeth Kubler Ross. His first book, The Needs of The Dying received praise from Saint (Mother) Teresa.

David’s personal experience as a child witnessing a mass shooting while his mother was dying in a hospital helped him begin his journey. For most of his life, David has taught physicians, nurses, counselors, police, and first responders about the end of life, trauma, and grief. However, despite his vast knowledge of grief, his life was turned upside down by the sudden death of his twenty-one-year-old son.

He now facilitates a new model of online grief groups that are attended by people worldwide and he leads one of the most respected online grief certificate programs. He recently hosted a 12-episode podcast for Spotify. He is the founder of Grief.com which has over five million visits yearly from 167 countries.