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Open to Hope TV

Don't miss watching the award-winning TV series, "Open to Hope," hosted by Dr. Gloria Horsley and Dr. Heidi Horsley. Each episode will to introduce you to people who have suffered loss and again found hope.

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Episode 99: Stacey and Steve Parker and Radha Stern on Grief: Do You Ever Get Over It?

January 6, 2017

Wondering how long it takes and will I over get it? On this show Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley and Alan Pedersen Executive Director of The Compassionate Friends explore with bereaved parents Stacey and Steve Parker and Radha Stern their grief journey from despair to hope. Radha is the author of Grief Prints: A […]

Episode 98: Dr. Jason Stroller and Dr. Matthew McKay: Exploring The Invisible Universe

January 5, 2017

Where do we go what happens after death?  On this show Dr. Gloria and Alan Pedersen Executive Director of The Compassionate Friends explore the invisible universe with two bereaved dads Dr. Jason Stroller author of My Life After Life Matthew McKay Ph.D. author of Seeking Jordan regarding their books written in collaboration with their deceased […]

Episode 97:Nancy Mae and Melanie Warner: Defining Moments: Coping With Loss

January 5, 2017

Pregnancy loss and the death of a young child are defining moments in ones life.  On this show Dr. Heidi and Dr. Gloria Horsley interview Nancy Mae  author of  “The Energetic Fertility Method:  Tools for a Healthy Conception and beyond and Melanie Warner Author of Defining Moments: Coping With the Loss of a Child Regarding […]

Episode 96: Grief Healing: Twelve Steps with Richard Wood and Nisha Zenoff

December 23, 2016

Having a son killed in a fall is a traumatic experience. On this show Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley and Alan Pedersen discuss with Richard Wood of The Compassionate Friends and Nisha Zenoff their journeys through grief to again finding hope. Nisha is the author of THE UNSPEAKABLE LOSS: How Do You Live After […]

Episode 95: Coping With Cancer with Sue Matthews and Dr. Wendy Lichtenthal

December 12, 2016

Cancer deaths are difficult and traumatic for families. On this show Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley talk with Sue Matthews, parent of Taylor, and founder of Conquering Kidz Cancer, and Dr. Wendy Lichtenthal, clinical psychologist and director of the Bereavement Clinic at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, about ways to cope and find meaning […]

Episode 94: Loss and Its Impact on Parenting with Elizabeth DeVita-Raeburn and Rachel Stephenson

December 12, 2016

Have you ever thought about how loss can impact parenting?  On this show Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley explore this important topic with bereaved sibling Elizabeth DeVita-Raeburn, author of The Empty Room, Understanding Sibling Loss,  and Rachel Stephenson, producer of the TED talk Against Grieving in Silence inspired by the early death of her […]

Episode 93: Grief: A Public and a Private Matter with Mary Rockefeller Morgan and Scarlett Lewis

December 7, 2016

How does a family grieve a high-profile loss? On this show Drs. Gloria and Heidi Horsley explore the issue with Mary Rockefeller Morgan whose twin brother, Michael, went missing in New Guinea and Scarlett Lewis whose son, Jessie, died in the Sandy Hook school shooting. Mary is the author of When Grief Calls Forth The […]

Episode 92: Sudden Death Regaining Balance with Dr. Neal Raisman, Rob Goor, and Steven Francesco

December 7, 2016

Feeling out of balance? Has sudden death disrupted your equilibrium? Join Dr. Gloria Horsley, Dr. Heidi Horsley, Dr. Neal Raisman, Rob Goor, and Steven Francesco for tips on stabilizing your life after loss. Neal is the author of Standing On One Foot, Rob authored Dear Andrew, and Steven is founder of Do No Harm Network, […]

Episode 91: Empower yourself after Loss with Steven Francesco and Rob Goor

December 7, 2016

Feeling powerless? Having regrets? Join Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley in an interview with two bereaved dads’ Steven Francesco and Rob Goor. Steven is founder of Do No Harm Network, author of Overmedicated and Undertreated, and Rob authored Dear Andrew.  Learn how you too can empower yourself through advocacy and writing.