Support Group



Wednesday, Mar. 15, 2023

Wednesday, March 15, 2023 - 7:00pm Eastern

Registration Closed

Our support groups offer a safe, evidence-based environment for grievers to take effective and lasting action, no matter the type of loss experienced. These groups are led by Grief Recovery Method Specialists, trained and certified by the Grief Recovery Institute.

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About The Format

This program can be taught once a week for 8 weeks or twice a week for 4 weeks. There are 2-3 days in between sessions if offered twice a week. Each session is approximately 2 hours long. There is reading and assignments in between sessions. New participants can join on sessions 1 or 2; after session 2 the group is closed. GRM Support Groups are not drop in style groups. All GRM programs are confidential, structured and action oriented.

A Note From The Presenter:

Small-group workshops provide 8 weeks in a safe, secure, online (ZOOM) environment in which you can come together and work through a specific relationship or loss in your own life. Places are limited to 8 participants due to the nature of the program. The dates are: March 15, 22, 29, April 5, 12, 19, 26 and May 3. Sessions are approximately two hours each, beginning at 7pm EST. If you are ready to begin working on your loss and are interested in the program but have some questions, please schedule a discover call or submit a contact form to learn more and connect.

Presented by:
Holly Strelzik, EOLD

Welcome. My name is Holly Strelzik and I live in Summit, New Jersey. My personal grief journey, training and professional experiences have uniquely prepared me to serve those facing a wide variety of loss and grief in their lives. At the age of 15, my parents divorced and my mother moved away, leaving me to care for my siblings. I experienced two close friends’ deaths, while they were only in their teens, and I then moved away. Through a series of traumatic events (flashbacks of sexual abuse, a near-death experience because of an aneurysm and the dismantling of my family), the grief became debilitating. I began to explore the art of dying. Upon completing various trainings, grief emerged as the most present factor in all...