Register for November 13th

Supporting Survivors of Suicide Loss

Free Zoom Workshop Presented by Roots & Roads Community Hospice Foundation

At some point, you may encounter a friend, co-worker, neighbor, client, or someone in your community who is grieving the loss of a person who died by suicide. You may feel hesitant to reach out and provide support because you're not sure what to do and are afraid of saying the wrong thing. However, it's important to know that these feelings are natural, especially when we have little or no experience with such situations. As a result of the tremendous societal and global stigma surrounding suicide, this issue becomes exceedingly complex.

In this workshop, facilitated By Kris Masalsky Goguen & Carol S. Miller of The Learning Community For Loss, Grief And Transition (TLC), we will explore:

  • Your Individual Beliefs & Attitudes About Suicide
  • The Importance Of The Words We Use
  • How Death By Suicide Creates More Complex Grief
  • Helpful Ways You Can Learn To Support Those Grieving

Available Workshop Dates

All 2024 sessions will take place on Zoom from 10:00 am to Noon (MST) and will cover the same content.

We are honored to be presenting this workshop thanks to the funding provided by The Legacy Foundation of Southeast Arizona, an Arizona Charitable organization whose philanthropic mission is to promote population health and community wellness throughout Southeast Arizona.



Carol S. Miller, LCSW

Carol S. Miller, LCSW is the co-founder of The Learning Community for Loss, Grief and Transition and is the former Bereavement Program Manager for Casa de la Luz Hospice. Her personal and professional history with grief and loss have spanned more than 30 years.


Kris Masalsky Goguen

Kris Masalsky Goguen is the current President of the Board of Directors at The Learning Community for Loss, Grief and Transition.  She also facilitates Survivor of Suicide Support Groups with EMPACT-SPC (Suicide Prevention Center) and she continues to learn best practices in suicide prevention and postvention.