Dr. Ken Druck is a pioneer in the field of grief literacy and recipient of the “Distinguished Contribution to Psychology” award. Having founded The Jenna Druck Center in 1996 to honor his daughter, Ken has been a lifeline to countless bereaved families, including those who lost loved ones in 9-11, Sandy Hook, Columbine, and during the COVID pandemic. His speeches, books, The Real Rules of Life and Courageous Aging, interviews in The NY Times, Huffington Post, and Wall Street Journal, and guest appearances on CNN, PSB Specials, and Oprah all feature his work on healing after loss.


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