Young Adult Grief

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Living Through The Pain – The Lonely Me

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Kathy Kurtz shares the story of her childhood and the devastating loss of her parents. Her book, “Living through the Pain,” shares her stamina and resilience as she has worked her way through her traumatic loss.

Living Through the Pain

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At the age of 16, Cathy A Kurtz‘s mom, dad, oldest brother and his wife died in a private plane crash.  She was left in the care of her surviving brother then in college and not interested in raising his younger teenage sister.  Thirteen years later, her brother, her only surviving family member, died of […]

Young Adult Grief Support

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Don Lewis, Bereavement Coordinator for UC Davis Hospice, and Hannah Hunter, Grief Therapist with UC Davis Children’s Hospital, discuss the effect of grief on young adults.  Together they have been facilitating an eight week support group for young adults aged 17-24.  Through simple art projects they are able to help them express their feelings and […]

Grief Support for Young Adults

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Hannah Hunter, co-facilitator for the U.C. Davis Hospice Young Adult Bereavement Art Group U.C. Davis Hospice Young Adult Bereavement Art Group, talks about reaching out to young adults age 17-24 who are coping with the loss of a family member or good friend. This 8-week series is offered twice a year. To register or for […]

Young Adult Grief

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Don Lewis and Hannah Hunter from UC Davis Hospice share about young adult grief and the  8-week art bereavement group for young adults age 18 through 25 who have experienced a loss of any relationship.