New York, NY ( Kazor ) May 29, 2012 – Dr. Heidi Horsley on her nationally syndicated talk radio program, Open to Hope radio announces her plans to present at national bereavement conference to be held in Washington DC, May 24th-28th 2012.
Caring for the families of the fallen…TAPS is the 24/7 tragedy assistance resource for ANYONE who has suffered the loss of a military loved one, regardless of the relationship to the deceased or the circumstance of the death.
Founded out of tragedy in 1994, TAPS has established itself as the front line resource to the families and loved ones of our military men and women. TAPS provides comfort and care through comprehensive services and programs including peer based emotional support, case work assistance, crisis intervention, and grief and trauma resources.
TAPS HAS ASSISTED OVER 30,000 SURVIVING FAMILY
MEMBERS, CASUALTY OFFICERS AND CAREGIVERS.
Our National Military Survivor Seminar and Good Grief camp has been held annually since 1994. TAPS also conducts regional Survivor Seminars and Good Grief Camps at locations across the country.
I am excited to announce that I have been asked to participate in this annual national conference. This is a wonderful opportunity to bring valuable information and support on finding hope after loss to the grieving community commented Dr. Heidi Horsley, Co-Host of Open to Hope Radio and Co-Founder and Executive Director of The Open to Hope Foundation www.opentohope.com.
About Dr. Heidi Horsley
Dr. Horsley hosts the syndicated talk radio show, the Open to Hope Show, and is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Open to Hope Foundation, an international organization committed to providing hope and resources to those grieving. She also has a private practice in Manhattan (www.DrHeidiHorsley.com). In addition, Dr. Horsley serves on the National Board of The Compassionate Friends and the advisory board for the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), working with military families after a loss. In addition, she serves on the advisory board for Our Conservatory, a national music program for at risk teens. She has appeared on ABC’s 20/20, and been quoted in the Washington Post, Time Magazine, Money Magazine and the New York Daily News, in addition to many other media venues. She gives presentations, workshops and professional continuing education courses throughout the country for health care professionals.
She is also co-author of four books, including; Open to Hope: Inspirational Stories of Healing After Loss,” “Open to Hope: Inspirational Stories for Handling the Holidays After Loss” “Teen Grief Relief” and “Real Men Do Cry”. She holds graduate degrees from the University of San Francisco, Columbia University, and Loyola University, New Orleans.
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