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    2017 Annual NAGC Symposium on Children's Grief

    Join us June 22-24, 2017 at the Richmond Marriott Downtown in Richmond, Virginia for the NAGC's 21st Annual Symposium on Children's Grief.

    Richmond Marriott Downtown
    500 East Broad Street
    Richmond, VA 23219 
    1 (800) 228-9290 or (804) 643-3400

    An Evening at Kate's Club

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    Friday Evening June 22, 2012

    6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

    Opening Keynote

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    Body Language- Seeing to the Heart
    The greatest gift you can give to another person is to understand them. In this high energy, interactive laughter filled program, you'll learn to bring your ability to read individuals accurately to the next level. You will learn new techniques to improve your ability to establish rapport by using the five foundational principals of body language.

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    Friday Plenary

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    Current Issues Impacting Children's Bereavement: A Fishbowl Conversation

    Saturday Closing Plenary

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    Art Therapy for Grieving Children

    Session G Concurrent Worshops

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    G1: Big Ideas, Little Budgets
    Susan Bramsch, The Tristesse Grief Center            Alissa Drescher

    This interactive workshop will offer innovative strategies on how to lead your nonprofit on a small budget without having to let go of your big ideas.


    G2: A Trial and Assessment of the 'Brief Dimensional Complicated Grief Assessment'
    Donna Schuurman, The Dougy Center     

    Friday Large Session

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    Lessons learned from Newtown: Hope and Healing
    Joanna DeNicola, Healing Hearts Center for Grieving Children & Families                

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