Navigating Grief and Loss in Today’s World

Thursday, April 8, 2021 Noon - 1 pm

We are pleased to announce that our next speaker in our series on Stress Resilience in the Pandemic is Diane Snyder-Cowan. 

Her talk Navigating Grief and Loss in Today's World will acknowledge that during the last 12 months everyone has experienced grief and loss, whether it be the loss of the world as you knew it or and/or the death of a loved one. This session will focus on the many aspects of loss, including disenfranchised and ambiguous grief, ways to manage grief and loss as well as self-care strategies to help make life better.


About Diane Snyder-Cowan

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Diane was the Director of Grief Services at the Hospice of the Western Reserve in Cleveland, Ohio for twenty years before retiring last September. She provided oversight for the nonprofit agency’s on-site and community bereavement programs as well as the music therapy and art therapy programs, chaired Hospice of the Western Reserve’s Ethics Committee and the trauma informed end-of-life-care champion workgroup. She is also a board-certified music therapist (MT-BC) and certified hospice and palliative care administrator (CHPCA).
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