TOGETHER IN OUR GRIEF SERIES

Navigating Traumatic Loss During COVID-19

 

  

Loss and subsequent grief can strike at any time, not pausing to allow those who experience it to catch their breath and recover before a new trauma is experienced. This is especially true during an extended pandemic such as COVID-19 and its associated stressors due to quarantine, economic impacts, social justice uprisings, politics, etc.

In June 2020, October 2020, and April 2021, a panel of survivors of sudden, traumatic death gathered together for a focused conversation about their grief in the time of COVID. Each time the virtual audience was able to ask questions, make comments and add reflections about their own loss and grief.

 

The goal of these events has been to foster healing for all sudden, traumatic death survivors as they hear the first-hand stories of others with a shared experience.

Created in collaboration with:

ZOOM VIDEO RECORDINGS
APRIL 2021
OCTOBER 2020
JUNE 2020 
Visit Virginia Mason Grief Services for more information on future events like this one and other community resources.
https://www.virginiamason.org/grief-services-team