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Surviving the Holidays Without Your Pet

a free webinar

The holiday season can be particularly hard when you are grieving the loss of a pet. Please join us as we discuss coping strategies and memorialization ideas to help you through this difficult time. The webinar will conclude with a Q&A session.

Saturday, November 21, 2020
3:00 PM EST

Cost - FREE

Although this is a free webinar, you must
register in order to get the Zoom link.

Sandra Grossman, Ph.D.’s connection with animals comes from growing up surrounded by pets and getting to learn the lessons they shared with her. She has her doctorate in Organizational Psychology is certified as a Pet Loss Specialist and Compassion Fatigue Educator/Self-Care Coach. Sandra has been involved in pet loss support for the past 10 years and is passionate about supporting grieving pet parents as well as offering support and education to the Veterinary and Animal Care community. Along with Ruth, Sandra developed the Online Pet Loss Bereavement Specialist Certification course designed to help others interested in supporting grieving pet parents.

Sandra recently switched coasts from California to New Jersey where she lives with her two special needs rescue cats Jeter and Faith  www.petlosspartners.com

Ruth Rudderow has always had a passion for helping people and animals. She obtained her Bachelor of Social Work from Pennsylvania State University Ruth’s passion for helping led her to complete two Pet Loss Specialists certifications along with a certification as a Compassion Fatigue Educator and End of Life Doula. In addition to providing pet loss counseling, she conducts education workshops on pet loss and compassion fatigue for veterinary practices and other organizations. 

Ruth lives in south-central Pennsylvania with her husband, Bruce, two cats, and a bird.

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