Naatan Haamer is a chaplain, family therapist, supervisor, grief and crisis therapist, coach and lecturer who has been supporting people in need – ranging from young children to the elderly – through life crises for 30 years. He began working as a chaplain at Viljandi Youth Prison in 1990. Since 1995, Haamer has been working at Tartu University Hospital. Since the M/S Estonia catastrophe, Naatan has also dedicated himself to crisis relief. As a member of the Children and Youth Crisis Programme, he has been part of the team organising children’s grief camps for a few decades and has supported children and youth after painful loss both in schools and in kindergartens.