Category Archives: Interviews

“Squire & Daniel” – grief book giveaway + interview

Giveaway: “Squire & Daniel. A story about losing your best friend” Ross Boone, author of “Squire & Daniel,” has generously offered for one copy of the book for our giveaway here. Open to anyone, any location, no restrictions. Book will be mailed to winner via Amazon. NOTE: This giveaway is now closed. Congrats to Marie […]

Creative grief support for groups

Collaboration is key to development of this kind of heARTwork. Thinking through the set up of a new program. How the personal experiences of grief and creativity inform what we do professionally as practitioners. How do you self-assess after implementation? What does it mean and how does it work to honestly ask yourself as a […]

HIV/AIDS, grief, and culture in the Kenyan Luo community

Meet Gordon Nyabade We were so pleased to welcome our first Kenyan into our community of students of Creative Grief Support! Gordon Nyabade, from Kenya in Africa, joined our September 2016 class. We’re delighted to have awarded Gordon with a Creative Grief Studio scholarship, as one small way to support the very important and urgent […]

Interview with Megan Devine + book giveaway

Creative conversation with Megan Click here for MP3. Kara here with the Creative Grief Studio hat on in order to bring you this creative conversation with Megan. We cover a lot of ground in this hour, and to give you an idea of the topics covered here are a few highlights: How are we experiencing […]

Pioneering scriptotherapy in Nigeria

Here at The Creative Grief Studio We have alumni who’ve joined our past classes from Finland, Belgium, United Emirates, Australia, New Zealand, South America, and South Africa. And yet, the majority of our alumni hail from the USA and Canada. Knowing that grief is strongly influenced by the meaning-making in one’s culture and society, we’re […]