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 152: Needs of People Coping with Mass Violence, Trauma and Military Loss

December 10, 2018

On This show Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley interview Sallie Lynch Development Consultant for Tuesday’s Children which works with 9/11 families and Dr. Amy Tucci CEO of Hospice Foundation of America and the Executive Director of the TAPS Institute of Hope and Healing regarding the needs of people dealing with mass violence, trauma and […]

Episode 151: Which Loss is Worse? Sudden or Anticipated?

December 10, 2018

On This show Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley interview Sallie Lynch Development Consultant for Tuesday’s Children which works with 9/11 families and Dr. Amy Tucci CEO of Hospice Foundation of America and producer of Living with Grief book and video series regarding strategies for helping families to find hope after the sudden and anticipated […]

Episode 150: Spouse Loss Hurts

December 10, 2018

On this show Dr’s Heidi and Gloria Horsley interview Lisa Kolb bereaved spouse of Erik, who died in a climbing accident on Mount Rainier, and Jenna Cohen MSW, whose husband, Len died of brain cancer, regarding spouse loss and the challenges of a terminal illness compared to a sudden loss.

Episode 149: Preserving Art Legacies After Loss

November 28, 2018

Art leaves a lasting impression on the world and keeps legacies alive for generations. On this show Dr. Heidi Horsley and guest co-host Doneley Meris, Executive Director of HIV Arts Network, discuss with Hal Bromm, founder of the Hal Bromm Gallery, Sur Rodney Sur, activist and artist, and Judy Glantzman, painting instructor at Rhode Island […]

Episode 148: Friends Grieving Friends

November 25, 2018

Friends often become chosen family, and the loss can be devastating. On this show Dr. Heidi Horsley and guest co-host Doneley Meris, Executive Director of HIV Arts Network, discuss with Hal Bromm, founder of the Hal Bromm Gallery and Sur Rodney Sur, activist and artist, the friends who died, as a result of the AIDS […]

Episode 147: Who Am I Now?

October 9, 2018

Loss of a sibling especially a twin is a devastating experience as there are many identity issues. On this show Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley discuss with Carolyn Shane who was separated from her twin brother at an early age and Tasha Hepburn whose twin sister died at age four about how they have […]

Episode 146: Expressing Your Healing Power!

October 6, 2018

On this show Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley explore with Patti DiMiceli artist, inspirational speaker and author of Embrace the Angel and singer, songwriter Denise Ganulin how sharing their talents with others has helped them to find hope after the deaths of loved ones. The show closes with Denise performing What A Party.

Episode 145: Babies Don’t Die. Why Mine?

October 5, 2018

On this show Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley discuss with Alison Jacobson CEO/Executive Director of First Candle and Nicole Alston Founder and President of Ok2Grieve how they have dealt with the personal tragedy of infant loss, and gone on to find happiness and success. The show closes with bereaved parent and singer, songwriter Denise […]

Episode 144: Dads and Sons Get Real With Their Grief

September 26, 2018

On this show Dr. Gloria and Dr. Heidi Horsley explore the unique aspects of men and grief with bereaved fathers Babe Muro and Arnie Wendroff along with their bereaved sons Keith Singer and Jason Wendroff-Rawnicki. The show closes with bereaved parent and singer, songwriter Denise Ganulin performing.