This session is specially designed to support families with young children and youth, who are grieving the loss of a loved one from cancer. Losing one to cancer is a complex life-changing event, which many families are left to navigate together in a new profound way. Grief is not a linear event, nor are the coping styles and mechanisms of one individual family. The loss of a loved one may create a shift in family dynamics, and what worked one day for families, may now have been adapted and changed within the family unit.
We invite Parents, Guardians and adult family members who care for children under the age of 18, to connect and share with one another, what works best for their individual family as they navigate their world of grief and begin healing.
We are a diverse and multicultural community; however, we share a common bond of experiencing a significant loss from cancer. Please join us for a conversation around diverse families, how they process their grief and share with others tools that are helpful for your family in navigating your grief as a family.
Please note this session is open to families who are navigating the death of a loved one from cancer.
To participate in this interactive workshop, you are required to follow GCGT virtual guidelines:
Your camera will be on for the entire program to build community and active dialogue.
You will find a quiet and protected space for the session. No one else will be present in the room. If not, possible you will wear headphones.
You will not accept other phone calls, texts, emails or engage in web surf during our sessions
You understand there are potential risks to this technology, including interruptions, unauthorized access, and technical difficulties.
You understand that the GCGT group facilitator can discontinue the group if it is felt that the videoconferencing connections are not adequate or that security has been breached