HEALING AFTER LOSS
Having gone through the death of his own daughter and worked with countless individuals, families and communities over the past 21 years, Dr. Ken Druck is considered an international authority on healing after loss.
Dr. Druck provides direct services in the form of coaching, consulting, grief support groups and workshops.
To larger audiences, he offers keynote speeches, podcasts, webinars and grief literacy training programs.
All of these offerings address the following three kinds of losses:
- LIFE LOSSES
The death of a loved one is one of the most painful and difficult experiences we can have at any age. Dr. Druck’s work focuses on the Five Honorings (to read his article, The Five Honorings in the Small Print of Life Blogs)
- LIVING LOSSES
Living Losses are devastating in their own way. Although nobody has died, someone has suffered a potentially debilitating loss/setback following a divorce, debilitating illness or injury, financial setback, change in lifestyle, estrangement, incarceration or deployment. To read more about Dr. Druck’s work with “Living Losses,” go to (Living Losses in the Small Print of Life Blogs)
- OTHER LOSSES
We sometimes go through extremely rough patches as we age, grieving the loss of our younger selves. Dr. Druck’s Courageous Aging book, articles and programs on coming to terms with life’s terms as we get older (i.e. impermanence, slowing down, decline, loss of friends, changing role in our family, etc.) are recognized by some of our nation’s top experts in healthy aging like Andrew Weil who says, “…the best advice about healthy aging for those interested in finding their way through the challenges that are sure to arise.” And Jim Selman who says, “At last someone has pierced the veil and uncomfortable process of getting older.”