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John James, founder of The Grief Recovery Institute

John W. James

Founder of The Grief Recovery Institute®
Co-Author of The Grief Recovery
Handbook & When Children Grieve

Russell Friedman, Executive Director of The Grief Recovery Institute

Russell Friedman

Executive Director
Co-Author of The Grief Recovery
Handbook & When Children Grieve


Ask John & Russell

The reduction of pain does not necessarily mean you're emotionally complete with your friend who died. It may only mean that you're adapting to the loss. (Published 5-8-2012)

Q:

My friend was hit and killed on the night of April 9, 2011. Will the pain ever ease a little? She is all I can think of. It will probably affect my grades. Is there any way to help ease the pain?


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If you or someone important to you wants help with grief: Look for a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist℠ in your community. The Grief Recovery Institute ® trains and mentors Certified Grief Recovery Specialists℠ throughout the United States & Canada.

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Workshops & Training Schedule

The Grief Recovery Institute ® offers Certification Training programs for those who wish to help grievers.

    September 2016
    Billings, MT - September 16-19, 2016
    Cleveland, OH - September 16-19, 2016
    Los Angeles, CA - September 23-26, 2016
    Torquay, England - September 23-26, 2016
    October 2016
    Atlanta, GA -October 7-10, 2016
    Bend, OR - October 7-10, 2016
    Rochester, NY - October 7-10, 2016
    Toronto, ON, Canada - October 14-17, 2016
    Scottsdale, AZ - October 14-17, 2016
    Sydney, NSW, Australia - October 15-18, 2016
    Kansas City, KS - October 28-31, 2016

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