Skip to Content

The pandemic has shocked us all with waves of emotions, especially grief. Our children are experiencing the loss of beloved family and community members and their favorite things while constantly adjusting to a new way of normalcy. Grief in children also extends to when a valued way of life shifts tremendously – changes such as divorce, moving homes or illness. It is important for adults not to devalue how these experiences may affect children.

Join our Lunch & Learn webinar to hear from mental health experts about coping strategies and ways that children and their families can become resilient through tragedy and change.

Lane Pease, MS, NCC, is the director of programs & partnerships at Kate’s Club, the only organization in Metro Atlanta that provides long-term therapeutic and recreational support for grieving children. Pease earned a bachelor’s in philosophy from Georgia State University and a master’s in clinical mental health counseling from Mercer University.

Jeffery Allen Jr., LPCC, is a mental health therapist at Homeless Children’s Network in San Francisco, CA. An aspiring registered play therapist, Allen has extensive mentoring and volunteer experience with youth between the ages of 12 and 18 and particularly enjoys working with children ages birth to 5 and elementary age children. He earned a bachelor’s of science in psychology from Georgia Southern University and a master’s in counseling psychology from Argosy University Atlanta.

Register Here