Moving forward our workshops will be pre-recorded and available for viewing two weeks before the live, 30-minute Q&A. During these two weeks, watch the recording whenever works best for you and bring your questions to the Q&A.
The Q&A will not be recorded, but the recorded workshop will remain available. Learn more here.
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Grief Tower 101 & 201

The Grief Tower methodology has been used and loved by many families, Adult TCKs, and TCK care workers. These workshops will deep dive into understanding the various ways you can use this tool either for your own family, yourself, or in a professional context. We’ll look how the Grief Tower influences internal narratives, relationships, family roles, and more, and then provide prompts for practice using this tool independently. 

Throughout the workshops we will have opportunities for you to engage with a grief block from your own story, so come ready to do some personal processing! 
Everyone who registers receives access to the workshop recording, whether you're able to attend the live Q&A or not! 


Recordings Duration

3.5 hours


Lauren Wells & Elizabeth Smith

Date Available

May 21,

Q&A Date

June 4,

Q&A Time

(ET, New York)

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Meet the instructors

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Lauren Wells

Chief Executive Officer

Lauren is the Founder and CEO of TCK Training and author of Raising Up a Generation of Healthy Third Culture Kids, The Grief Tower, and Unstacking Your Grief Tower. An Adult Third Culture Kid (ATCK) who spent her teenage years living in Tanzania, East Africa, Lauren has worked with over 1,000 parents and TCK caregivers and has trained staff from over 80 organizations. 

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Elizabeth Vahey Smith

Chief Operating Officer

Author of The Practice of Processing, Elizabeth is a skilled communicator and trauma-informed educator who helps transform abstract concepts into practical steps, equipping, encouraging, and empowering people to reach their goals. Elizabeth is a mom of two worldschooling TCKs.

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