Managing Mother's Day and Father's Day
After the Loss of a Parent or a Child

An Experiential Workshop

While the Spring season brings the promise of renewal and new life, for those who are grieving the loss of a parent or a child, Mother's Day and Father's Day can be painful reminders of the absence of our loved ones. This mini-workshop provides education, support and experiential processes for navigating these holidays with wisdom, vision and hope for healing.

Please consider joining us in this rare learning environment,  which provides unique healing tools not found in traditional counseling or support group settings.


 Wednesday May 8, 2024
Online via Zoom

5:30 pm Pacific 
7:30 pm Central
8:30 pm Eastern


In this workshop, you will learn to: 


. Understand loss, pain, contraction and expansion
. Utilize specific tools for regulate overwhelming emotions
. Create new family rituals to honor your loved one and your grief journey
. Focus on transformation rather than external events
. Find gratitude, grace and peace in life again


Parents, Grandparents, Siblings, Friends and Family Welcome



In order to respect the deeply personal nature of 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, end-of-life educator, and grief counselor certified in death, dying and bereavement by the Association of Death Education and Counseling and in family-focused grief therapy by The Portland Institute for Loss and Transition. She conducts workshops throughout the U.S. and is an adjunct instructor in thanatology and chaplaincy at Marian University,  the University of Maryland and the Graduate Theological Union. She  is also the founder of The Conference on Death, Grief and Belief, and the Ask Doctor Death podcast.

Over the years Terri has helped hundreds of people learn to live, die and grieve more consciously. Her work is acclaimed by hospice professionals, spiritual seekers, counselors, theologians, and academics worldwide. She is also the author of four books on death, grief and the afterlife. She is also the mother of a child who died at age 16 from a rare metabolic disorder.

Terri has a BA in Religious Studies from Marylhurst University, an MA in Pastoral Care from Fordham University, and a Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Care and Counseling from the San Francisco Theological Seminary.