Art & Loss: Register now for our new Peer Support Group Program! Space is limited.
Youth, aged 14-17 are invited to join this online group to create art and explore the meaning of our loss. Through this 6-week program, we hope to renew the relationship to our loved ones and explore aspects of the meaning of the loss in our lives and connect with others in a meaningful way.
In this Peer Support Program we will use our creativity and common materials to remake objects to connect with our loss and with others who have also experienced their own unique losses. Through this artistic exploration, we aim to support individual and collective healing journeys.
When: 4:00 - 6:00 PM Thursdays for six (6) weeks:
January 26, February 2, 9, 16, 23, March 2
Costs: There is no cost to join this group. (Donations are welcome: If you are able, we appreciate contributions to your child's participation)
Space is limited to a maximum of 12 youth aged 14-17.
We'll start following up the week of December 19th
If this group is full registrants will be given the opportunity to be wait-listed for the next program.
Accepting reservations for 2023 Good Grief & Supporting Youth Workshops!
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 winter and spring workshops!
Good Grief for Students (Grades 8-12)
Supporting Youth Through Loss & Grief for Parents, Teachers & Counsellors
While Good Grief Workshops for Youth are provided at no-charge, we very much welcome and appreciate your donations to help us help adolescents and young adults in your community
This year we received more than 40 referrals for our no charge loss and grief counselling program for adolescent and young adults 13-24 years of age.
Young people who have who have come to us for support have lost parents, siblings, grand-parents, caregivers, and friends. They have faced tragic losses due to illness, accidents, suicide and the opioid crisis.
Grief doesn't do well in isolation. It takes a community to support bereaved youth. Please help.