The Path Forward After 20 Years: The Six Honorings for Love and Loss
Join us online Thursday, August 19 at 7pm for “The Path Forward After 20 Years: The Six Honorings for Love and Loss,” conducted by Dr. Ken Druck. Ken will share his time-tested guidelines for going on after the loss of a loved one called “The Six Honorings.” In addition to discussing effective ways to manage our emotions and activities surrounding the upcoming anniversary, he will help participants create a Self-Care Master Plan for the upcoming anniversary.
This virtual workshop is part of Our VOICES Together programs, providing the 9/11 community with opportunities for peer-to-peer support and information that promotes healing and resilience. 9/11 families, responders, survivors and those who have lost a loved one due to 9/11-related illnesses are encouraged to attend. The workshop is free, but registration is required.
This virtual program is free and registration is required.
Dr. Ken Druck
Ken led some of the first Town Hall Meetings, started dozens of support groups, spoke at many of VOICES Remembrance Symposiums and has been a resource to countless thousands of families after tragedies including 9/11, Sandy Hook, Columbine, and Las Vegas.
Recipient of the prestigious Distinguished Contribution to Psychology award for his pioneering work in healing after loss, Dr. Ken has helped shape our world view of what it means to live honorably, courageously and with integrity after a loss. His Families Helping Families bereavement program, created in the years after the death of his daughter Jenna, has served as a model for countless families, programs, organizations and communities over the past 25 years. Dr. Ken has presented “Grief Literacy” programs at The Harvard School of Public Health, the UN, and countless Universities and Conferences worldwide.