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Managing Mothers Day and Fathers Day
After the Death of a Child

An Experiential Workshop


While the Spring season brings the promise of renewal and new life, for many grieving parents, it is impossible to imagine life continuing after such a tragic loss. This workshop provides education, support and experiential processes for navigating holidays and milestone days with wisdom, vision and hope for healing.

If you need some help coping with Mothers Day and Fathers Day this year, please consider joining us in this rare learning environment,  which provides unique healing tools not found in traditional counseling or support group settings.


Three online sessions - 6:00- 7:30 pm Pacific time

. Thursday May 11 (prior to Mothers Day)
. Thursday May 25
. Thursday June 8 (prior to Fathers Day) 

woman with orange roses by Oscar Millan

In this workshop, you will learn to:  

. Understand loss, pain, contraction and expansion
. Utilize specific tools for managing overwhelming emotions
. Create new family rituals to honor your child and your grief journey
. Focus on transformation rather than external events
. Accept the natural ebb and flow of human existence
. Find gratitude, grace and peace in life again


Parents, Grandparents, Siblings, Friends and Family Welcome



In order to respect the deeply personal natureof the stories that will be shared by attendees,
these sessions will not be recorded

About the Facilitator

Dr. Terri Daniel is an inter-spiritual hospice chaplain and end-of-life educator certified in death, dying and bereavement by the Association of Death Education and Counseling,  and in trauma support by the International Association of Trauma Professionals

Terri's son Danny died in 2006 at age 16 after a long struggle with disability and decline due to a rare metabolic disorder. His life -- and his death --  inspired Terri to go back to school to pursue a career in hospice care and grief support. She went on to earn a BA in Religious Studies from Marylhurst University, an MA in Pastoral Care from Fordham University, and a Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Counseling from the San Francisco Theological Seminary.

She now conducts workshops throughout the U.S. and teaches at the University of Maryland, Marian University and The Graduate Theological Union.