Ted facilitates workshops, training sessions, and speaks at conferences. Examples of that work are included here.
If you know of organizations that would like to discuss work, have them contact Ted at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 651-226-7773.
At the present time, most of the work is virtual.
Some past highlights
Fall 2019 – Plenary speaker for the annual conference of the American Music Therapy Association
Summer 2020 – Faculty Instructor for the Grief Support Specialist Certificate program offered by Continuing Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison
2021 work – Examples
January 13 – ADRC (Aging & Disability Resource Center) conference speaker “Isolation, Caregiving, and Mental Health: Paths Toward Well Being”
January 18 – Hutchinson Public Schools staff workshop, “Stress and Burnout: Personal and Collective Responses”
January 18 – New Ulm Public Schools Early Childhood Staff workshop, “Loss of Dreams, Ambiguity, A Pandemic and Resiliency”
January 20 – Ramsey County Correction Nurses, workshops “Responding to Anger Related to Losses, Covid19 and Community Tensions” – 3 sessions
February 3 – Roseville Dementia webinar – Interview with Ted “Coping With Caregiver Stress And Loss And How To Be Resilient During The Pandemic”
February 4 – Caregiver Group (Coalition and Churches in St. Anthony Park) – facilitator for the group
February 17 – Hennepin County Assessment Team, workshop, “Then the World Changed – Finding Our Way” for The Sand Creek Group
February 25 – Bloomington / Richfield Grief Coalition, speaker, “Facing February: Grief and Loss”
March 3 – TCHC (Twin Cities in Home and Community), speaker, “Crossing Thresholds: From Living to Dying, Death and Bereavement”
Upcoming Conference Sessions
March – Minnesota NASW (Social Work) spring conference session When the Professional Becomes Personal: Addressing Losses While Working
April – Association for Death Education and Counseling (ADEC) national conference session, Impermanence, Thresholds & Grief Care: Bibliotherapeutic Responses
April – Minnesota Gerontological Society (MGS) annual conference session Storying and Re-Storying: Elders and Their Narratives
May – Minnesota Network of Hospice and Palliative Care closing session speaker Grieving the State of the World While Providing End of Life Care