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Call Lisa at 973-985-4503 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
School workshops and professional development: for guidance departments, special services, child study teams, teaching staff, entire faculty, support staff: typical workshop 2-5 hours, interactive, educational workshop/presentation, and participant resource guide included.
Classroom Presentations to students: Elementary, middle or high school classes (health, guidance). Teaching students healthy coping skills and problem solving strategies to help empower them and to increase their resilience and abilities to help themselves as well as their peers. The program has had a great affect on creating a more positive school climate.
Assembly: Present to 5th graders who are about to make a huge transition to middle school, as well as 8th graders going into high school and seniors who are finishing a major chapter of their lives and transitioning to the next.
Parent/Caregiver Presentations (daytime or evening)(PTO,PTA)
Grief Speaks School Package (K-12):
Empowering Today's Youth with Resilience and Healthy Coping Skills in Dealing with Grief, Loss and Other Tough Stuff:
College Student Presentations, Keynotes and College Staff Training
Keynote Addresses for organizations and businesses:
Hospital Lectures, Grand Rounds, Department Presentations:
Assisted Living Facilities:
Individual, Couple or Family Sessions:
Sometimes after a loss, typically a sudden tragic loss, I will be called to a family's home to facilitate a family discussion. I have done this many times and so many people have told me that it really helped the family begin to have some important and honest discussions about the death.
One woman told me after I had visited her family following the sudden death of her adult daughter, that when she was young, 7 years old, her 9 year old sister died in an accident. She said that she had wished someone like myself had come and helped the family with the initial processing of the loss as no one talked about the death for year and years. It created so many other problems as a family and individually. She said to this day, over forty years, there has still be a code of silence among some of her family members. This invitation to have me there so early on and have those of her family present who wished to be there to process a bit, she said will help so much to prevent distancing later on.
I meet with children, teens, young adults and adults.
Individual Sessions: - $100 per hour in Springfield office (sliding scale if needed)
House Call Sessions: $150 per hour (depending on distance)
Skype Sessions: $ 100 per hour
Keynotes, Assemblies, Presentations, Trainings, In-Service Workshops, Interactive Programs, Radio Interviews, PodCasts, blogs and videos are just a few of the type of ways that Lisa communicates.
www.griefspeaks.com email@example.com 973-912-0177