Open to Hope Radio

Feeling discouraged? Relax and tune into "Grief Relief" radio and hear Dr. Gloria Horsley and Dr. Heidi Horsley interview guests with inspiring stories about recovery from loss.


Ida D Gonzalez: Military Loss

January 4, 2018

Ida Gonzalez, Mommy, Mom, Mama Gonzo, President of Butterfly Circle of Friends, her son Michael was KIA in Baghdad, Iraq on August 28, 2008. BCOF is non-profit created in memory of Michael assists military, veterans and their families. Sharing her love for Michael has been her way to survive. Play in new window | […]

Catherine McNulty: Strategies To Help With Grief

December 28, 2017

After losing her infant son, Catherine McNulty embarked on a journey to do more than survive grief. She has created a framework to grief that disrupts conventional ways of looking at loss. She challenges her clients to step outside of a victim mindset and regain control of how they navigate grief. Play in new […]

Robert Goor: Writing Through Grief

December 21, 2017

Robert Goor is a teacher, a writer, a mathematician and a scientist. He is an active member of the Bethesda Writer’s Center and of The Compassionate Friends, where he is a trained group facilitator. Dear Andrew, a collection of letters to his deceased son, is his first literary publication. Play in new window | […]

Nisha Zenoff: Techniques For Healing Loss

December 14, 2017

Nisha Zenoff MFT Ph.D is a grief counselor, psychotherapist and certified dance/movement therapist. She has devoted her professional life to supporting bereaved families after the death of her 17-year-old son Victor in 1980. She is the author of The Unspeakable Loss: How Do You Live After A Child Dies? Play in new window | […]

Victoria Grinman: Finding Your Center After Loss

December 7, 2017

Victoria Grinman LCSW is an adjunct faculty member of Columbia University and the owner of Growing Kind Minds, and is a Certified Family Trauma Professional, trained Yoga and Mindfulness Instructor to children and teens and a certified aromatherapist. She is a doctoral candidate at Adelphi University School of Social Work. Play in new window […]

Ashley Jones: Love Not Lost

November 30, 2017

Ashley Jones is a helper. She’s always loved helping others from grade school through Clemson University, and then into marriage. After losing her daughter to a terminal diagnosis, Ashley’s desire to serve others grew stronger and she founded Love Not Lost to preserve memories of those facing a terminal diagnosis and support people in grief. […]

Kathy Miller: Chippy Chipmunk Deals With Loss

November 23, 2017

Kathy M. Miller is an award-winning author and photographer of the Chippy Chipmunk picture book series. Her latest book “Chippy Chipmunk: Friends in the Garden” helps children who are grieving. After Kathy lost her mother, she found comfort and healing in nature photography. Her book uses nature and a delicately woven storyline to open a […]

Cheryl Jones MFT: Grief-We Suffer and Grow

November 16, 2017

Cheryl Espinosa Jones MFT is Manager of Professional Education at the Women’s Cancer Resource Center, offering training in Cancer and Illness Competency. She is a support group leader and a facilitator of grief workshops integrating music into the art of remembrance. She is an Open to Hope writer and hosts the online radio show Good […]

Jenna Rogers Topic: Finding A Place of Hope

November 9, 2017

Jenna Rogers is the Director of Advancement for Faith’s Lodge, a retreat facility that supports parents after the death of a child. As a bereaved mother, Jenna is passionate about helping others who have endured this tragic loss. She created Noah’s Memorial SIDS Foundation in 2010 to help fund SIDS research and support families who […]