Grief Tower 201

A continuation of Grief Tower 101, this course is totally new information on the Grief Tower.

Even if you’ve taken every training we’ve ever done on the Grief Tower, you won’t want to miss this one.
This course covers:
  • How the Grief Tower plays into family dynamics
  • How personalities react to grief blocks, react toward the Grief Tower, and react to themselves because of their Grief Tower
  • How the Grief Tower blocks the gifts and strengths of TCKs.
Each one of these will be treated in the very practical lens of: "Now that we know this, how do we care for TCKs better?"
It will end with a case study, for the chance to apply these skills!

Purchase Grief Tower 101 & 201 as a bundle to save! 



2 hours


Lauren Wells & Elizabeth Vahey Smith



Why should I take this course?


Care Providers

Adult TCKs

Parents who took Grief Tower 101 should take this workshop so that they can build on the themes they learned and apply them in more practical ways.
Caregivers and sending entities should take this workshop so that they can more thoroughly understand the Grief Tower Methodology and lead families through grief processing.
Adult TCKs who want to further their understanding of the Grief Tower concept and how they can use it in their own life or the lives of others should take this workshop.

Meet the instructor

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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. 

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.