Audrey Pellicano The author of "Six Secrets to Surviving Widowhood,” Audrey is a grief recovery specialist, health and transition mentor to widows, RN, and CEO of Wise Widow. Widowed at the age of 37, with four young children, Audrey experienced an absence of support in the traditional system, and pursued complimentary therapies in guided imagery, yoga, meditation, and nutrition. Having implemented those tools through her own grief journey, her invigorating workshops and programs help participants step into a new and brighter version of themselves, with practical tools for mind, body, and health. She has been featured in the New York Times and on PBS. Audrey is a Registered Nurse and Health and Transitions Mentor to Widows. Audrey was widowed at the age of 37 with 4 young children. Experiencing the absence of support in the traditional system, Audrey pursued complimentary therapies and earned certification in Guided Imagery, Yoga, Meditation, Nutrition and Grief Recovery. She implemented these tools through her own grief journey and has helped women who have experienced loss move through their grief and move forward to live healthy and happy lives. Audrey works virtually, by phone or Skype, helping clients one-on-one with her programs on total wellness for women after loss. Audrey speaks to corporations on the subject of grief in the workplace with her The Right Thing To Do: Grief Support at Work presentation. She provides direction on how to support employees returning to work after a loss and provides training for managers, human resources and co-workers on the subject of grief and loss. Audrey launched the first Death Cafe' in NYC on February 20th and was featured in the June 17th edition of The New York Times http://goo.gl/5sgYe. Audrey also had the NY Times Quotation of the Day for June 17th 2013, “Death and grief are topics avoided at all costs in our society. If we talk about them, maybe we won’t fear them as much.” She was recently interviewed for an upcoming PBS special The Embrace of Dying.