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Bereavement Counseling Training Certification Article on Physical Issues and Grief

Bereavement Counseling Training Certification Article on Physical Issues and Grief

Handling grief and coping with it is important for one’s overall health and wellbeing.  Not being able to handle grief and cope with it is a leading cause for health related issues associated with complicated grief Please also review our Bereavement Counseling Training Certification to learn more about Grief Counseling The article, How to Handle Grief and Why It’s Important for Your Health, by Cathy Chester states “Grief can cut like a knife and pierce a hole in your heart that never fully heals. I’ve heard people say they prepare themselves after learning about a loved one’s terminal diagnosis, but

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Bereavement Counseling Training Program Article on Marriage and Child Loss

Bereavement Counseling Training Program Article on Marriage and Child Loss

Good article on the tragedy of losing a child and the impacts it can have on a marriage after the loss Please also review our Bereavement Counseling training program The article, Tragically, I know the impact losing a child has on your marriage all too well, by Ben Pullen states   “Shortly after my eleven year old son, Silas, died from a terminal brain tumour, I remember a well-meaning friend buying me a pint in the pub and suggesting that I’d be lucky if my marriage survived, because according to a common statistic, 70% of couples split up after the death of

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Bereavement Counseling Training Program

Bereavement Counseling Training Program

Respecting grief in the workplace can be a challenging thing for the employer as well as among fellow employees.  This article looks at some of these issues Please also review our Bereavement Counseling  Training Program The article, How To Respect The Grieving Process In A Diverse Workplace, by Gloria Horsley states “When we say that everyone grieves their own way, our cultural background is part of why we see and feel it so differently. There are different responses, emotions and coping strategies. Various cultures have rites and rituals that have been passed down for centuries that are specific to the funeral and

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Grief Counseling Program Article on Miscarriages

Grief Counseling Program Article on Miscarriages

Miscarriages are so often overlooked but the fact remains, motherhood and fatherhood exist with the child in the womb. Please also review our Grief Counseling Program The article, ’I Was Somebody’s Mother’: Reflections On The Guilt And Grief Of Miscarriage, by Terry Gross states “New Yorker staff writer Ariel Levy was five months pregnant when she went to Mongolia on assignment. Her doctor had cleared her for travel, and she was excited to pursue one last adventurous story before settling down with an infant. But things didn’t go as planned: Alone in her hotel room, Levy suffered a placental abruption; her baby

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Bereavement Counseling Certification Article on Grief Theory

Bereavement Counseling Certification Article on Grief Theory

Good article on the grief work one goes through in grieving.  Many times it is a difficult path to travel and it can take a very long time to overcome Please also review our Bereavement Counseling Certification The article, Screaming Through The Stages Of Grief, by Marybeth Cichcoki states “I remember being a Nursing student and studying the 5 stages of grief. The book On Death & Dying, written by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross became every nurses’ bible. I studied each stage trying to understand the power of grief over our hearts and souls. During my Nursing career, I became a witness to

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Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Helping a Bereaved Friend

Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Helping a Bereaved Friend

Great article about how to help a grieving friend.  Too many times one does more harm trying to help by doing the wrong thing or saying the wrong thing.  Helping a grieving friend requires some understanding of grief itself Please also review our bereavement counseling program The article, “What Your Grieving Friend Really Needs :When someone you love dies, every single relationship in your life is reevaluated”, by Lisa Ingrassia states “My feelings were crushed the night my father died.  My entire world exploded when my father died. As I silently observed my father take his last breath, I felt

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Bereavement Counseling Training Article on Grieving and Diet

Bereavement Counseling Training Article on Grieving and Diet

Eating and regular functioning is difficult to maintain when grieving.  If we can eat, what is best to for us to consume and digest during bereavement? Please also review our Bereavement Counseling Training The article, “What To Eat When Grief Is Eating You” by Kristi Hugstad states “When you’re grieving – particularly after the death of a loved one – you might experience decision fatigue. This happens in response to the number of decisions you’ve been forced to make over a very short period of time, deteriorating the quality of those decisions. As you can imagine, what you eat – the

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Bereavement Counseling Training Program Article on Signs of Complicated Grief

Bereavement Counseling Training Program Article on Signs of Complicated Grief

Good article about knowing when to find help if grief lingers too long. Please also review our Bereavement Counseling Training Program to learn more about Grief Counseling and Grief help The article, “4 Signs You Should Get Help For Your Grief” by Dina Gachman states, “In Sheryl Sandberg’s new book, Option B: Facing Adversity, Building Resilience, and FindingJoy, she writes about persevering after unimaginable grief, saying, “We plant the seeds of resilience in the ways we process negative events.” That may be true, but everyone processes loss differently, and coping in a healthy way isn’t always easy. That’s where trained grief

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Bereavement Counseling Training Article About Grief and Facebook

Bereavement Counseling Training Article About Grief and Facebook

With social media able to express any feeling with a moments notice, this article looks at 7 ways to handle grief on FB.  Please also review the Bereavement Counseling training offered at AIHCP. The article, “7 Appropriate Ways To Handle Grief On Facebook When You Lose A Loved One” by ROMY OLTUSKI states, “When news broke that Prince had died at the age of 57, friends, fans, and collaborators flocked to social media to grieve the musical icon. Within 24 hours, his name was mentioned more than 12 million times on Twitter alone. Some people eulogized the artist as a source

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Bereavement Counseling Training Article on Grief and Infertility

Bereavement Counseling Training Article on Grief and Infertility

Good article on mothers and pregnancy and loss. If you would like to learn more about Bereavement Counseling training then please review the program and see if it matches your academic and professional needs. The article, “Unpregnant: Mothers’ secret grief” by Lisa Roose-Church states “Samantha Fox’s eyes glisten with tears as she looks at an urn and light brown teddy bear on a corner shelf in her home. Inside the small box are the ashes of Fox’s daughter, Lucy Fox, who was diagnosed in utero with anencephaly, a defect that meant she would likely be stillborn or survive only a few