Grief Counselors And Dealing With Depression
The pains of depression can be difficult for a grief counselor to cure. There is no acute reason usually for depression. Furthermore, if not an LPC, grief counselors usually need the aid of a psychologist to prescribe any necessary medications. Below is an article how grief counselors through the gift of hope and faith can help the depressed.
Monica Coleman of the Huffington Post writes about depression and finding hope in her article, “Losing Faith, Finding Hope: A Journey With Depression”.
Many people describe depression as a kind of intense grief. It is a deep sadness. It’s like heartbreak, agony and despair all at once. I think depression is worse than grief. Grief usually has an identifiable cause. There are stages. People understand why you are sad. It eases with time.
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Mark Moran, MA