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Friends, relatives of suicide victims are bound in grief

Friends, relatives of suicide victims are bound in grief

  H ope was the theme of the day, but unremitting pain was the backdrop when friends and family members of suicide victims gathered in a Culver City park on Saturday for their annual summer potluck. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: So many times, we forget the survivors who mourn the loss of suicide victim.  This pain and loss leads to multiple issues in their own recovery.  Grief counseling is essential for many who go through this sad time in their life. In some cases, the family feels guilt.  In other cases, there is blame.  It is important to

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The Study of Grieving and Learning More About Grief Counseling Training

The Study of Grieving and Learning More About Grief Counseling Training

Grief Counseling Education and Kubler Ross and Learning More About Grief Counseling Training Everyone experiences grief differently, but there are several stages of the grieving process that are fairly universal.  These are based off the studies of Elisabeth Kubler Ross. Grief Counseling Education understands that these are usual experiences but not always universal.  Some may not even be step by step but back and forth.  However, as stated, they are usually fairly universal. 1. Shock and Denial. This phase often manifests itself in a sort of numbness, a feeling of disbelief and a sense of helplessness.  Kubler Ross noted that many

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Education Program in Grief Counseling: Unresolved grief can be hidden health risk, experts say

Education Program in Grief Counseling: Unresolved grief can be hidden health risk, experts say

How we wrestle with grief — and ultimately push ahead to a new life — varies among individuals. But many of us who need help to bounce back are not getting it, health experts warn, jeopardizing our mental and physical health. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Dealing with our grief is an important process.  Unresolved issues can haunt us and help us from adjusting to loss Please review our education program in grief counseling.  The program consists of core courses that need to be taken by qualified professionals.  Qualified professionals include social workers, licensed counselors, registered nurses, hospice workers,

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Education in Grief Counseling: A sobering book that explores the pain and grief caused by abortion

Education in Grief Counseling: A sobering book that explores the pain and grief caused by abortion

Education For Grief Counseling   Anne R Lastman’s Redeeming Grief avoids politicising abortion debate American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: As polarizing as abortion is, the fact still remains, women feel grief and pain afterwards.  A good article on that grief from a woman who experienced it firsthand. If you are looking for education in grief counseling, please review our program.  The program covers basic core concepts that are found in four base courses.  After completion of the course, qualified professionals can apply for certification.  The education in grief counseling learned at AIHCP then can help a person help others

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Americans Dredge Up Last Remaining Reserves Of Grief

Americans Dredge Up Last Remaining Reserves Of Grief

OKLAHOMA CITY—In the wake of yesterday’s devastating tornado that has so far left 24 dead and hundreds injured in the Oklahoma City area, citizens around the country reportedly dredged up what little remained of the nation’s… American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Americans face yet another tragedy with the twister that hit Oklahoma, just following the events in Boston, Sandyhook, and Super Storm Sandy.  How much more can Americans take? If you are interested in grief counseling, then please review the program  The courses in grief counseling training are an excellent way for social workers, counselors, ministers, funeral directors, nurses

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Bereavement Education Program: Grief is still natural, not a disorder

Bereavement Education Program: Grief is still natural, not a disorder

A two-year outcry by psychiatrists around the world appears to have derailed plans to turn prolonged grief into a mental illness. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Grief is very much an emotion to loss.  It is amazing some people would consider the reaction to loss to be a disorder. Fortunately, it was not added to the list. #griefcounselingprogram If you are interested in learning more about grief counseling, then please review our Bereavement Education Program. The Bereavement Education Program consists of four core courses.  Qualified professionals who complete the core courses in the Bereavement Education Program become eligible for

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Dying Matters: Be ready for it | Isle of Man News :: isleofman.com

Dying Matters: Be ready for it | Isle of Man News :: isleofman.com

American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: Good article in remembering our own finiteness and the fact that talking about death does not mean we are welcoming it but merely be ready for it.   Part of living well is understanding that every day is not guaranteed. If you are interested in learning more about death and dying, please click here For those who want to learn how to become a bereavement counselor, the program at AIHCP in grief counseling offers core courses that help prepare qualified professionals for bereavement counseling. After completion of the courses, one can become certified in bereavement

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Bereavement and Grief Counseling Program: Grieving the Loss of a Child Around the Holidays

Bereavement and Grief Counseling Program: Grieving the Loss of a Child Around the Holidays

Lisiane M.Y. Valentine Program Manager Casualty, Mortuary, Military Funeral Honors I still remember the first homemade card I received from my child on Mother’s Day—made out of construction paper, macaroni and way too much… American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: This is parent’s every nightmare.  It is also a reality for many parents who have had it happen to them–the loss of a child.  This intense grief never fully leaves but you can still find ways to exist and remember your child. #griefcounseling To learn more, click grief counseling certification The Bereavement and Grief Counseling Program at AIHCP consists of

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Grief Counseling Certification Program: Activities can ease grief of first Mother’s Day without mom

Grief Counseling Certification Program: Activities can ease grief of first Mother’s Day without mom

Grief Counseling Certification Program The month of May is synonymous with flowers blooming, warm breezes and, of course, Mother’s Day. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: This is true for any holiday but especially for anyone who has lost their mother.  Mothers day can be a painful reminder of what was lost.  This article lists many things we can do to better help us cope on Mother’s Day for the sad souls who mourn the loss of their mother. #griefcounseling To learn more about grief counseling and our certifications, please click here Our Grief Counseling Certification Program is completed via

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Grief Counseling Education Program: Grief Is Just Not Always About Loss Centered On Death

Grief Counseling Education Program: Grief Is Just Not Always About Loss Centered On Death

Grief Counseling Education Program: Grief is Loss of Something Grief and the process that accompanies it is a reaction to loss.  It is a natural reaction to something that was once valued but is no longer within one’s touch.  We usually think of death, but this can be applied to loss love, loss finance and anything we value.  While the grief correlates with the subjective value of the object lost, it still nonetheless is a real experience for the grieving agent or person. Grief counselors must remember this. With this in mind, we need to only recall a few weeks