Admission by donation, proceeds benefiting Richmond MISS Foundation

The Beet at Ellwood Thompson's

4 N. Thompson Street Richmond, VA 23220


Learn coping strategies in an interactive environment to help you manage the pain of loss and learn how others have moved through grief in a healthy and productive way.

This is a practical workshop with interactive strategies on managing the pain of loss. While both of the presenters have lost a child -- one to a brain tumor and the other to suicide -- these strategies are applicable for anyone who has lost someone they love. Join us in a safe environment, free of judgement and critique, to learn how others have moved through grief in a productive, healthy way. This workshop will be facilitated by Karla Helbert, LPC, Certified Compassionate Bereavement Care Provider and Anne Moss Rogers, owner of and President of Beacon Tree Foundation, a youth mental health organization.

We want to reassure you that you are entering a totally safe space, free of judgement and critique.

  • We ask that you bring a journal and pen, but we will also provide some for those that are unable to do so.
  • All workshop participants will receive Karla and Anne’s 50-page coping strategies eBook after the event.

Admission by donation, proceeds benefiting Richmond MISS Foundation

Proceeds from the workshop will benefit the Richmond Chapter of the MISS Foundation, which is a grief organization focused on families who have lost a child.

About the Presenters

Karla Helbert, MS, LPC, E-RYT, C-IAYT

Anne Moss Rogers

  • Suicide loss survivor, President Beacon Tree Foundation, owner (Emotionally Naked LLC)
  • Training: Survivor outreach program training, Trauma informed basics, lived experience, ASIST trained for suicide intervention
  • Book still in manuscript form.

About Karla & Anne Moss

Karla is a licensed professional and has written two published books on grief and loss. Anne Moss is the president of Beacon Tree Foundation, advocates for youth mental health, and is owner of a popular blog called Emotionally Naked. She has a book is still in manuscript form as she’s currently reaching out to publishers and agents.

Both of the presenters have experienced the loss a child. Karla lost her son, Theo, to a brain tumor as a baby. Anne Moss lost her son, Charles, 20, to suicide as a result of depression and addiction. Their goal is that their guests leave this event with a coping strategy that works for them.

There will be appetizers and refreshment thanks to these sponsors:

Mary Jane Hogue

Bliley's Funeral Homes


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