Joanne L Harpel, Mphil, CT, JD
suicide bereavement & Postvention specialist
Virtual Summer Grief "Camp" for kids 6-12 Registration
Parents/Guardians: please read this information carefully.
By submitting this registration form, you indicate your understanding and consent. If you’re registering more than one child, please submit a SEPARATE registration form for each child.
Coping After Suicide’s Virtual Summer Grief “Camp” for Kids 6-12 isn’t a therapy group. It’s a professionally facilitated, activity-based peer support group.
Space is filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Each session consists of four 60-minute Zoom meetings. The registration fee is payable in full upon registration and can’t be prorated or partially refunded.
Coping After Suicide, LLC serves solely as a suicide bereavement advisor. Coping After Suicide, LLC; Joanne L. Harpel, MPhil, CT, JD, President; and Joan Hoff, member of the Coping After Suicide Support Group Facilitator Corps, serve solely as professional support group facilitators and not as mental health professionals.
Participation in a suicide bereavement support group can be quite emotionally distressing. Any advice or guidance that may be provided is not intended to constitute therapy or mental health counseling and shall not be so construed. Responsibility for seeking psychological counseling and/or medical advice for any child registered rests solely with you as parent or guardian. Coping After Suicide, LLC; Joanne L. Harpel, President; and the members of the Coping After Suicide Support Group Facilitator Corps are not governed by the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). By submitting this registration form you agree to release and hold harmless Coping After Suicide, LLC and its employees and agents; Joanne L. Harpel, President; and any and all members of the Coping After Suicide Support Group Facilitator Corps, from any and all liability that may arise out of your participation in a Coping After Suicide bereavement support group.
If at any time you or your child is in significant emotional distress, crisis, and/or feeling suicidal call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK, text “TALK” to the Crisis Text Line at 741-741, call 911, or go the nearest emergency room.