Parent Guidance

Grief and Loss

little boy, window, waiting

Making sense of your grief and the healing process

Dr. Ted Wiard’s passion for working with grief, in its many forms, arose from his own personal losses.

In this course Dr. Wiard guides you in making sense of your grief and the healing process. You will learn: how to move forward, why grieving is non-linear, how to honor your loss, and how grief and loss are different.

Move Toward™ with Jenna: Grief and Sorrow

In this Move Toward™ meditation, focused on grief and sorrow, Jenna Riemersma, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Level III Internal Family Systems (IFS) Therapist, EMDR therapist, Certified Sex Addiction Therapist Supervisor (CSAT-S), Certified Multiple Addiction Therapist Supervisor (CMAT-S), and a National Certified Counselor (NCC), uses her “Three Steps of Moving Toward”––notice, know, and need, to help us reconnect with ourselves and gain a better understanding of how to process our grief and sorrow.

Why Our Children Self-Harm and How Parents Can Help

We’ve received a lot of questions about self-harm behavior in children. It makes sense that we’re getting a lot of inquiries because we know that at least one in four young women and one in seven young men are dealing with self-harm, as a way of trying to cope with negative emotions or low self esteem or the pressures of the environment that our kids are facing.

Meditation for Polarized Parts

In this guided meditation, Jenna Riemersma helps you the parts of you that are at war (i.e. wanting to eat junk food but also wanting to be healthy). Explore and get to know the very normal experience of being human – having polarized parts – and get to know them so you can help them relate to each other in a new way.