Mental Health

"A" Tips for Breaking Free from Caregiver Guilt

Guilty as Charged! But who placed the charges and who is the judge?! Many caregivers judge themselves.

In this webinar, self development coach, Eleanor Silverberg will explore with you the common feelings of guilt experienced by family members of individuals with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s or other chronic conditions.

There are several reasons you may be feeling guilty such as the inability to continue providing care, having to move your family member into long-term-care, taking time for yourself, not being patient enough and the resent for having to take on the caregiving role. If you live far away, you may feel guilty that you are not able to help. Continuous feelings of guilt can have adverse effects such as illness, headaches, stomach disorders, poor sleep, fatigue and cardiovascular strain which can be detriment to work performance – affecting the ability to provide care. To help in strategizing, Eleanor will share guilt-related caregiver stories and demonstrate the 3-A Coping Tool: Acknowledge, Assess, Assist featured in her book “Keeping It Together: How to Cope as a Family Caregiver without Losing Your Sanity”.

Attend this webinar to learn and discover the path towards breaking free from your caregiver guilt.

A question period will follow the presentation.


A Live Chat on caregiver guilt will be held the following day, March 9 at 12pm (EDT).

You can ask your questions directly to Eleanor by joining the live chat HERE:

  1. Eleanor Silverberg is the director of Jade Self Development Coaching. Drawing from her extensive training as a social worker, grief specialist, and former family caregiver, Eleanor assists in strengthening inner resiliency for individuals caring for aging parents, frail or chronically ill family members. She provides personal and professional coaching of her innovative 3-A #AcknowledgeAssessAssist self-monitoring coping tool. This coping tool serves as an adaptive, transforming guide particularly for addressing the situational losses and grief that accompany and impact on the caregiving experience. The 3-A Tool is featured in both her self-help books, Keeping It Together, and Caregiving with Strength. Her third book, Mindfulness Exercises for Dementia offers a mindfulness program to bond people who have dementia with their caregivers. Eleanor is available for individual, and group coaching sessions, as well as speaking engagements.


  1. Can I call in? It is much easier to listen and close my eyes because of my concussion. I cannot stare at a screen for hours at a time. We had the telephone option with previous webinars that were organized by The Caregiver Network. Thanks.

    • Hello,
      You can call in using the following phone number: 1-888-288-9321.
      You will need to then use the following code: 561648.
      Thank you for contacting us.
      We hope this webinar is helpful to you.
      Ciara from Huddol

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