GRM – When Children Grieve Program
(For Parents and Guardians of Grieving Children)

Based on Grief Recovery Institute’s Grief Recovery Method (GRM) used internationally 35 years.

     “…Having gone through the loss of two of my three children I had been searching for help in dealing with my grief. I met Barbara Hopkinson through the local chapter of The Compassionate Friends…  and learned about (her nonprofit) A Butterfly’s Journey, with it’s valuable resources.
     I then took the Grief Recovery Class,with Barbara. It was instrumental in helping me work through some very deep emotional blocks in the ‘grieving process’ and allowed me to move forward and continue to heal.
     I (also) did the photo shoot with my remaining child, Michael… My son Justin died 20 years ago, my daughter Kimberly died 2 1/2 years ago. Up until this…, I don’t think Michael had ever truly expressed his loss…”                               
  Cathy Bryant, bereaved mother, Epping, NH

Grief Recovery Method Introduction Video — by John James, Founder GRI:

The GRM When Children Grieve Class consists of 6 sessions, each 60-90 minutes, which can be completed once/week, more frequently or on a flexible mutually agreed schedule.  There is homework as part of each class.  The investment in the class is $300 (if paid up front).  It includes GRI’s “When Children Grieve” book, plus tools which can be used again in the future.

We make a commitment to total honesty, absolute confidentiality and recognition of the uniqueness and individuality in every relationship.


1)  Schedule a call to explore, schedule a class or organize a group class – click HERE.
     (Group Class Prices are agreed upon depending on location and size of group class, plus travel expenses.)

2)  Sign up for the class and pay in full ($300, with free book), click HERE.

3)  Sign up to pay in 6 weekly installments (@ $60 = $360), click HERE.

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