Creating New Holiday Traditions while Honoring the Past

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Accessing a spirit of holiday cheer in the midst of grief can be challenging. Especially this year, when so many gatherings and travel may be limited, cultivating holiday traditions that honor your grief and promote connection with others can be very healing. Join the TAPS Institute to discuss creative ways to participate in the holidays that can make this season more meaningful in your grief journey.


Maria Georgopoulos, LMHC, FT, is Director of the Bereavement Services Department at Calvary Hospital. She is responsible for 32 bereavement support groups in the Bronx, Brooklyn and Manhattan that serve hundreds of adults, children and teenagers each year; leads a team of 7 bereavement counselors; and spearheads Calvary's efforts to expand the Hospital's professional learning programs in the New York area. Prior to Calvary, Ms. Georgopoulos worked in the mental health profession in other settings including The American Red Cross of Greater New York as a Caseworker after 9/11. In addition to her work in bereavement, Ms. Georgopoulos is a licensed mental health counselor with a private practice in NYC and provides counseling for diverse populations of people with varying difficulties.

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Continuing education credit is not available for this program.

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Viewing instructions will be included in your confirmation email and they will also be emailed to you several times in the days leading up to the webinar.


Contact the TAPS Institute via email at or call 800-959-8277.

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