Help UsSpread Hope

Support children and families coping with death on Cape Cod.

Our Mission

To change how Cape Cod responds to grief.
We provide community engagement opportunities and educational workshops to show our community different with ways to help children and families cope with death.

Our Sponsors

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Current Projects

From running all-day events to delivering a savory meal, we take special care of our grieving families.

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How We Help

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    We Teach Coping Skills

    We can't protect our children from the reality of death, but we can help them cope in constructive ways.

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    We Educate Communities

    We educate communities about grief studies around death, including workshops by professionals.

  • We Provide Hope

    We at Good Grief Cape Cod believe in one simple truth. We believe our projects provide “hope for healing.”

  • We Build Lending Libraries

    Death and tragedy themed bibliotherapy books, activities, music & art therapy kits, and much more.

"The reality is that you will grieve forever. You will not 'get over' the loss of a loved one; you will learn to live with it."

Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

Upcoming Events

We love connecting with our Cape Cod families! We can always use an extra hand, visit us in person or volunteer to help.

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    Indoor Family Movie Night

    Falmouth YMCA,Falmouth, MA 02156

    6:30pm - 8:30pm

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Our Impact

Support Good Grief

Join hundreds of like-minded friends and families on Cape Cod,and support those who need it most in their darkest times.

Our Team

Amy Wyman, founder and music therapist, holds a duel Baccalaureate degree in Early Childhood Education and Child Life from Wheelock College and an M.A. in Expressive Art Therapies with a specialization in Music Therapy from Lesley University.

    15+ years of experience in Early Childhood Education
    National Childcare Teacher Award recipient
    Strong advocate for the under-served

Amy spends most of her spare time focused on using her talents and resources to help her local community. From her music therapy projects, which bridges the generational gap between the elderly and the youth, to her Good Grief workshops and fundraisers, she's looking for ways to make this community, and the world, a better place.

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Amy Caspersen Wyman, FounderMA, MT, CCLS

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