The 26th National Symposium on Children’s Grief will take place on June 14 – 16, 2023, in Pittsburgh, PA.
The National Alliance for Children’s Grief (NACG) Symposium is the longest-running and most comprehensive Childhood Bereavement Symposium offered in the United States. The NACG Symposium draws more than 400 children’s grief support professionals and volunteers from a variety of organizations throughout and outside the United States each year.
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NON-DISCRIMINATION STATEMENT: Conference activities and programs are offered to all eligible persons regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status in the provision of educational programs and services or employment opportunities and benefits.
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Date: June 14 – 16, 2023
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Omni William Penn Hotel
530 William Penn Pl
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
“This symposium was not only informative and inspirational, but life-changing as well. I made new friends, colleagues, and business contacts, and hope to maintain these relationships over the years.”
The Annual NACG Symposium offers participants the opportunity to learn of the latest research and clinical developments in working with grieving children and teens; enhance skills and knowledge to deliver state-of-the-art services to grieving children and adolescents; engage in dialogue with colleagues, clinicians, researchers, and healthcare professional to exchange ideas information, and clinical expertise.
The symposium offers varied Workshops on topics important to children’s grief issues, program development, non-profit administration, activities, fundraising, and grief support models, to name a few.