Updated: Nov 7, 2022
Book Your Good Grief & Supporting Youth Workshops for the 2022/23 School Year!
Do you have your schedule for next school year? Why not get a jump on your fall planning?
Living and Learning Through Loss (LTL) is looking forward to returning to your classrooms, both in-person and virtually! We're now accepting expressions of interest for fall, winter and spring workshops!
Good Grief for Students
Supporting Youth Through Loss & Grief for Parents, Teachers & Counsellors
We understand that you may be busy winding up this school year, so we're happy to follow up at your convenience.
Let us know the best time to contact you.
Why Youth Loss & Grief Education Matters...
CANADIAN STUDY REVEALS THAT 1 IN 14 CHILDREN WILL EXPERIENCE THE DEATH OF A PARENT OR SIBLING BY THE TIME THEY TURN 18.
According to a study by the Canadian Alliance for Grieving Children and Youth...
More than 203,000 of Canada’s 7.5 million children under 18 experience the death of someone in their extended family each year.
Nearly 40,000 will experience the death of a parent or sibling who lives with them.
The death of a parent or sibling has been found to be one of the most stressful life events that a child or youth can experience.”
Grief is an inevitable part of life, yet many youth say nobody has ever talked to them about it. When they feel a loss they struggle to discuss it with others for fear of discomfort.
LTL's Good Grief Workshops 60-90 minute workshops educate students about loss and grief, the impact it can have on theirs' and their friends’ lives, as well as strategies for coping.
Drop us a line and we’d be happy to discuss all of the options available for your school – students, parents, teachers and counsellors.
Learning Through Loss Counsellors Share!
Hear from Maggie Reidy, LTL Registered Clinical Counsellor, sharing experiences of Complicated Disenfranchised Loss and the important impact Learning Through Loss Programs make.