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Online Counseling Training: Life Changes

Navigating Through Life Changes You must take personal responsibility. You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself.     Jim Rohn  Online counseling training is an excellent way to learn how to aid those in need or simply sharpen your counseling skills. Online courses can further help by giving you an opportunity to work an education around your schedule. With a virtual classroom, you can take it with you wherever you go! Below is an excellent article by an instructor on Navigating Through Life Changes. Life changes and we change along with it.  If you are

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Grief Counseling Topics: Near Death Experiences (NDE)

Grief Counseling: An Indepth Overview of Near-Death Experiences (NDE) With the advent of New Age, spiritual awakening has become the societal norm, with more and more cultures embracing the concept of alternative consciousness, in a bid to attain enlightenment and personal growth. One common spiritual phenomena reported widely since the last few decades is near death experience (NDE).   What Exactly Is a NDE? A near death experience, abbreviated as NDE is a transcendental experience unique to an individual, which typically takes place just after a near brush with death. In a near-death episode, the person is either in coma(

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Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Losing Someone in Your 20s

Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Losing Someone in Your 20s

Losing a loved one is life altering and it is supposed to be difficult and hard.  If it was not, then the  person lost would be another face in the crowd.   With love and attachment comes loss.  This is the sad reality of life, but we can learn to adjust and grow.  Please review our Bereavement Counseling Program   The article, “6 Tough Lessons You Learn After Losing A Loved One In Your 20s” by Laura Masling states “Everyone at some point in their life will experience grief and loss. It’s an unfortunate inevitability of life. The reason grief is

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Grief Counseling Program Article on Illustrations on Grief

Grief Counseling Program Article on Illustrations on Grief

Good article on grief and understanding grief through various images. Please also review our Grief Counseling program and learn more the role of a grief counselor The article, These Illustrations Totally Nail How Difficult The Grief Process Is, by Lindsay Holme states, “Grief is a profoundly difficult experience that most people will have to endure at some point. And while this doesn’t make dealing with grief any easier, it does help to know that you’re not alone in how you feel. Case in point? These accurate illustrations from artist Mari Andrew. After going through the grieving process when her father

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Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Grief and Life

Bereavement Counseling Program Article on Grief and Life

Grief is not a quick fix but a long journey of adjustment.   It is naive to think it goes away but it always remains to an extent. If you would like to learn more about bereavement counseling training, then please review the program. The article, Grief Is a Long Game, by Sarah Kravits, states “I am a goal-oriented person. I think this is because I have a gene for it, although it may be a combination of nature and nurture. My mother, who taught preschool, suspects that she encouraged it by bringing Montessori principles into her parenting – specifically, when

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Bereavement Counseling Training Program Article on Rushed Grief

Bereavement Counseling Training Program Article on Rushed Grief

Grief is something that cannot be rushed but something that needs to be dealt with one step at a time.  In fact, complications in grief arise when grief is rushed or forced to become over too soon. Please also review our Bereavement Counseling Training program to learn more The article,” Grief Is A Process That Can’t Be Rushed” by Alexis Dobranowski states,   “When someone we love dies, we experience many different emotions, such as sadness, anger, shock, guilt or helplessness to name just a few. “When a loved one dies, grieving is unavoidable,” says Dr. Dori Seccareccia, psychosocial therapist

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Bereavement Counseling Training Article on Grief and Breaking Up

Bereavement Counseling Training Article on Grief and Breaking Up

Great relationship article for those who have just experienced a break up and are going through the loss of a losing a boy or girl friend and the pain associated with it Please also review our bereavement counseling training to learn more in helping others The article, The Emotions of Grief After a Breakup, by Susan Elliott states “I find that there are so many misconceptions when it comes to grief, especially when a relationship ends. When I wrote Getting Past Your Breakup: How To Turn A Devastating Loss Into The Best Thing That Ever Happened To You, I wanted

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Hispanic Grief: Loss of a Homeland

Loss of Homeland: The Hispanic Experience of Loss, Grief, and Bereavement One of the greatest losses a Hispanic immigrant experiences is the loss of their homeland. Ignoring this loss could have negative consequences on their adjustment to a new country and their assimilation into a new culture. My book, Counseling Hispanics through Loss, Grief, and Bereavement: A Guide for Mental Health Professionals, addresses this loss among others, and explores the Hispanic experience of grief, which is simply the response to any greatly perceived loss. If the professional counseling a client through the loss of homeland has never himself been away

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Grief Counseling Training Article on Death and The Digital Age

Grief Counseling Training Article on Death and The Digital Age

Death is more common to other people through social media as individuals express sorrow and death of a loved on on their social media platforms. If you would like to learn more about grief counseling training then please review the program The article, “Death In A Digital Age”, by Jeremy Fields, “How digital has impacted on death and the funeral industry. Social media now extends into every aspect of life, from parents posting 12 week scans on Facebook to friends setting up ‘in memory of’ pages to remember loved ones. Our digital footprint exists from cradle to grave and beyond,

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Grief Counseling Program Article on Losing a Child

Grief Counseling Program Article on Losing a Child

After losing a child, the continuous grief can be something becomes a daily reality.  Although eventually adaptation to the pain emerges, one still experiences the pain.  It does not go away Please also review the grief counseling program to learn more.  In the meantime please review the article below on losing a child. The article, Grief at losing a child is ‘a continuous, daily thing’, states “A bereaved mother is encouraging Derry parents who have lost a child to come along to a support group meeting in the Mount Errigal Hotel in Letterkenny this Thursday. Anam Cara, is hosting the