Ellen Busso to be interviewed by “Healing the Grieving Heart” Hosts, Dr. Gloria Horsley and Dr. Heidi Horsley to discuss Helping Others After Loss, on Sept. 17th 2009, sponsored by The Open to Hope Foundation www.opentohope.com. To listen to this show, go to www.thegriefblog.com and click on the e-card
Online PR News – 16-September-2009 – – New York, New York and San Francisco, California ( Onlineprnews ) Sept. 17th 2009 -Ellen Besso is a Life Coach, social worker, and Writer whose work embodies her core belief of spirituality as part of everyday life. Ellen is caregiver for her mother who has Alzheimer’s and is the author of Where Their Needs End & Yours Begin for the Mid Life Caregiver.
Healing the Grieving Heart broadcasts every Thursday at 9 AM Pacific Standard Time/ 12 Noon Eastern Time on The VoiceAmerica Health & Wellness Network (http://www.centralpt.com/pageview.aspx?nomenu=1&id=9384&site_id=177).
To listen to archived shows, go to http://www.thegriefblog.com and click on archived shows.
About Dr. Heidi Horsley
Dr. Heidi Horsley, PsyD, MSW, MS, is a bereaved sibling and a licensed psychologist and social worker. Dr. Heidi is the Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Open to Hope Foundation (http://opentohope.com) and an adjunct professor at Columbia University. She has a private practice in Manhattan, NY specializing in grief and loss. She is also author of “Teen Grief Relief” and “Real Men Do Cry”. She holds graduate degrees from the University of San Francisco, Columbia University, and Loyola University.
About Dr. Gloria Horsley
Dr. Gloria C. Horsley, PHD, MFT, CNS, is a bereaved parent, and has worked in the field of family therapy for over twenty years. Dr. Gloria is Founder and President of the Open to Hope Foundation. She serves The Compassionate Friends as a Board Member. She is co-author of “Teen Grief Relief” and “Real Men Do Cry.” She holds graduate degrees from the University of Rochester, Syracuse, Greenwich and Holos Universities.
Dr. Heidi Horsley
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