What's Your Grief Hub for Learning and Connection

Welcome to the WYG Hub

Grief learning and connection for the rest of us

If you’ve struggled to figure out what kind of online grief support is best for you, you’ve come to the right place.
 
Support groups and individual counseling can help immensely in grief, but they aren’t for everyone. In our own grief, we looked for alternatives with little success. But, as mental health professionals, we learned we weren’t alone. Countless grievers asked us for creative and flexible online grief resources that met needs beyond traditional grief support. 
 
When we couldn’t find it, we created it. The What’s Your Grief Hub for Learning and Connection is a place that offers the grief education and creative coping that are the cornerstones of WYG but with more connection and hands-on support than our free site and social media can provide.  
 
The Hub brings grievers together to learn, create, share, and support one another as you navigate day-to-day life in the wake of loss. In the Hub, we respect and accommodate the wide range of grief styles and personality types people bring to their losses. Offerings cover various topics relating to grief thoughts, emotions, and experiences with diverse approaches to coping. You’re allowed complete control over if, when, and how you engage.
 
The Hub opens to new members several times per year. 
Join now through March 1, 2024

What does the WYG Hub include?

We welcome people with all different grieving styles and preferences for coping. Whether you’re a joiner or someone who likes to read, watch, explore, and reflect on your own, we hope to offer spaces and conversations that you will find helpful and engaging. Some of what you’ll find here includes:

  • Supportive forum-based discussions
  • Live discussions and groups
  • Creative workshops
  • Webinar presentations
  • Creative coping projects
  • Grief bookclub
  • And much more!

What is the community space like? 

The WYG online grief community is a continuously evolving private membership-only community hosted on a user-friendly and intuitive platform, away from the distractions of social media sites. 

Community members can engage in live sessions through a calendar of events that includes informational webinars, book clubs, creative groups, and other meetings. 

Members who aren’t quite up for in-person meetings can connect and follow along in their own time through forum discussions, webinar replays, creative and practical challenges, and member-to-member chat.

Membership Information:

 

Monthly Membership:

Members can join on a month-to-month basis for $19 per month. You can cancel your membership at any time throughout the year. 

Yearly Membership: 

Members can join on a yearly basis for $180 per year. Members can cancel their membership at the end of the year.  

* If you cannot afford membership, contact us at whatsyourgrief@gmail.com to discuss available assistance. 

The Hub opens to new members several times per year.

Join now through March 1, 2024

Testimonials

I have been working in grief and bereavement for over thirty years and can honestly say this was the best continuing education session I have ever attended.

Lynn, Clinical Social Worker

As a clinical supervisor for both therapists and interns, I have now made all of your continuing education webinars required for all our new staff and interns. I sought out grief education for our team and participated in many live and self-paced options through many of the ‘big’ CE providers. None provided a fraction of the insight, research, or relevance as those provided by What’s Your Grief. Your clinical experience and engaging presentation style, coupled with a tremendous knowledge of the field, make for a great session every time. Thank you

David, Social Worker

Incredible training. I came into this thinking I was here to learn for my clients but came out with so much more understanding of my own grief. I am a bit embarrassed to say that for many years I have listed ‘grief’ as one of the issues I help clients with. This workshop highlighted how little I knew about supporting people in grief and how outdated my ideas were. I now feel much better equipped to help clients and to understand my own experiences. The three hours flew by. This session completed my CE hour requirements for the year, but I will still be signing up for several of your upcoming sessions.

Susan, Psychologist