There are so many possible titles for this amazing conversation with best-selling author and internationally-known thought leader, Ken Druck. Grief Literacy; The Harm in Superficial Positive Thinking; Hope Loves Company. Ken ties all of this brilliant wisdom he shares with us into, “Leaving a Legacy of Love.”
The Hoffman Process heals us so that love can flow and flourish within us and through us. Healing such as this is possible in the Process when we surrender to the Process. Listen in as Ken shares a pivotal moment from his Process when he deeply surrendered. That moment was a point of transformation for Ken and is a profoundly moving experience to witness.
A Hoffman grad of many years and a member of Hoffman’s Advisory Council, Ken’s life and his work of service in the world are a testament to how one’s incredibly hard challenges can alchemize into a blossoming legacy of love.
Dr. Ken Druck is a best-selling author, Executive Coach/Consultant, and internationally known thought leader. He has helped countless individuals, families, organizations, and communities turn their greatest losses and challenges into opportunities for becoming the best version of themselves.
Ken has inspired and guided his clients, readers, audiences, and the general public for over 45 years. This inspiring work with people all over has earned him the prestigious Distinguished Contribution to Psychology and Visionary Leadership award. His work in healing after loss, parenting, civility, relationships, and aging has helped shape our world views. Ken’s groundbreaking books and CD’s are The Real Rules of Life, Secrets Men Keep, Healing Your Life After the Loss of a Loved One, Courageous Aging, Raising an Aging Parent, and The Self-Care Handbook.
Ken founded the Jenna Druck Center in 1996 to honor his daughter, Jenna. The Center’s award-winning Families Helping Families program provided free grief support services to those who lost loved ones at 9-11, Sandy Hook, and Columbine, to name a few. Ken speaks and conducts training and classes for distinguished audiences worldwide. These include The United Nations, Harvard School of Public Health, Young Presidents Organization, and the University of California, San Diego, Medical School. His work is featured regularly on CNN, in PBS specials, in top newspapers, and on social media sites.
Ken lives, is a community leader, and maintains a coaching/consulting practice in San Diego, California. You can find out more about Ken and his many programs here. Also, listen in on a conversation with Ken on YouTube where he speaks of leaving a legacy of love rather than a legacy of chaos.
How we go on after a loss: The Six Honorings
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