Even when you receive training from a good grief counseling program, you still can never truly be ready for a tragedy. No one is truly ready for a tragedy. It shocks us all to our cores. It leaves us with questions like why did this happen? Could it have been prevented? Could it happen to my family or me? Questions like these are normal and believe it or not are part of the healing process. By becoming a grief counselor you have to be prepared to answer them. For more on how we can let the healing begin, please review the article below.
By Shruti Eva Saini
From Huffington Post
How a Good Grief Counseling Program can Help Start the Healing.
As more details emerge from last night’s horrific shooting in Aurora, Colorado we’ll try to make sense of what happened.
But we won’t be able to.
How do you even begin to make sense of the nonsensical?
In the impending days to follow we’ll attribute blame and we’ll each take our own personal precautions. We’ll do this because we’re all in a state of acute trauma. Why did this happen? Did they see it coming? How could it have been prevented? What can be done to safeguard this from occurring again? Can it happen to me or someone I love?
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A grief counselor cannot be prepared for everything. We are in fact only human. We can however be there to help pick up and rebuild.
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