Violent Loss Resources Newsletter, December 2016
= Edward Rynearson, MD, keynote speaker, Safe Crossings on Childhood Grief, February 24
= Traumatic Grief after Violent Dying, two-day conference, April 8-9
= Topic of the Month: Remembering and Rituals
= Question of the Month: What do you want us to remember about your loved one?
= Poem: Christmas in Heaven
= Contact us
Edward Rynearson, MD, leading specialist in Violent Death Bereavement, will be the keynote speaker atSafe Crossings on Childhood Grief in Seattle, Washington, on Friday, February 24. To find out more about this one-day program contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Save the Date: April 8 & 9, 2017, for a Traumatic Grief after Violent Dying two-day conference featuring both National and Local leaders and survivors. The program will be designed for clinicians and advocates who work with violent death. Virginia Mason Medical Centers Separation and Loss Services leader Edward Rynearson, MD, and UCSD Medical School Residency Program Director, Sid Zisook, come together to put this workshop on, with funding support from the Caldera/Saindon Grant. Details to follow. Email email@example.com to make sure your name is on the list for notification.
Topic of the Month
Remembering and Rituals
Lives are like rivers, they go where they must…
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