LiveStream - February 25-28, 2022

Event will be held via a Zoom Video Conference. Details will be provided to registrants in the lead up to the start date.
Friday, February 25, 2022 to Monday, February 28, 2022

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This LiveStream 4-day Certification Training certifies you to work with grievers in-person ONLY. In order to work online, you MUST take an additional training, the Online Advanced Training. Learn More.

This is a LiveStream Certification Training being held in order to replace cancelled events in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak. It will be held via a Zoom video conference over the course of 4 days, from 8:30am to 5:30pm Eastern. Zoom link will be provided in advance of the event.

About Our Trainings

The Grief Recovery Method® is the most comprehensive Grief Recovery education and certification you will find. People come to us not only to help others, but because their lives were devastated by personal loss. Having gone through grief, they know how hard it can be and want to help others who are also grieving.

The Grief Recovery Certification Training will give you the tools you need to effectively help grievers recover from loss as well as an opportunity for personal healing. The program was developed by someone who was going through loss himself so this is not just a theory, but also a method that has worked for millions of people continuously for the past 40 years.

Join thousands of people and become a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist!

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Lois Hall, MS

We're all learning to navigate in a covid vaccinated world. I'm so thrilled to be back in person! We are being covid-cautious.

So - here's a little bit about me. I'm Lois Hall and I live in Westerville, Ohio. Professionally, I've enjoyed a long and exciting career in Public Health at the Ohio Department of Health and then with the Ohio Public Health Association. It was actually my work in Public Health that lead me to the Grief Recovery Method.

I was the first person to do AIDS epidemiology in Ohio back in 1981 when the disease was first recognized. The grief was immense! I met John James and invited him to come to Ohio to share his work with the people working...

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