Virtual Adult TCK Processing Retreat

June 6-9, 2024

A 4-day virtual retreat filled with guidance and support for Adult TCKs digging deeper into their Grief Tower to move towards healing with the guidance of experienced Adult TCK coaches and in community with other ATCKs.

Early bird sale ends:
March 31st
Registration closes:
May 31st

The retreat will include 10 hours of: 
  • Guided content through the Grief Tower and processing
  • PDF packet created specifically for ATCKs
  • Space to connect with other ATCKs in Small Groups

Click "Purchase" below to see payment plan options.

You also have the option to "add-on" a personalized, individual coaching hour for $30.

Scroll down to learn about the facilitators and see the preliminary schedule (subject to minor changes).




4 Days


June 6, 2024
6pm Eastern (NY)


June 9, 2024
5pm Eastern (NY)


Adult TCKs 18+

Availability for

16 Adult TCKs


 Jessi Bullis
Lauren McCall



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These sessions are not counseling or therapy. These sessions are focused on teaching and guiding, not providing any psychotherapeutic services, including diagnosis. Our sessions would not be suitable for ATCKs currently experiencing suicidal ideation, severe depression, self-harm, substance abuse, eating disorders or other dangerous coping skills. We recommend that ATCKs struggling with these issues seek therapy. You can find some resources and databases of counselors who are TCK-informed here: Counselors & Therapists.

Meet the Facilitators

Jessi Bullis

Director of Adult TCK Services
Jessi is an Adult TCK who grew up in Singapore, England, Turkey, and Germany. She has a heart and passion for TCKs and the unique struggles they face. She received her undergraduate in psychology and a seminary degree in counseling for the purpose of caring for TCKs well.

Lauren McCall

Adult TCK Coach
Lauren is an adult TCK who grew up in East Africa and has spent her adult life in the U.S, working with TCKs for nearly 10 years in various capacities. Throughout her work and relationships with other TCKs, she has become passionate about the unique and invaluable experiences that each TCK has, and desires to be a part of providing preventative care to TCKs in multiple contexts, resulting in thriving and healthy ATCKs. Lauren has a Masters in Public Health.

Preliminary Schedule

Subject to minor changes