Learn how to become a grief counselor and help parents overcome the grief and loss of a child via miscarriage
Oct. 20 event to honour children lost to miscarriage, stillbirth and early infant death
Grief Counselors understand the pain of a still born or miscarriage. These horrible things are sometimes unnoticed by society. This type of disenfranchised grief has gone unnoticed for too long.
One of the biggest errors a nurse can make during a still birth is to not allow the parents to hold the deceased infant to properly grieve and process the loss. This is the case in many places and the mother and father suffer horribly for it.
This article looks at this type of grief and encourages the community to share in the pain of mothers and families who have suffered the loss of a child this way. While support groups are around, there needs to be more acknowledgement of this loss.
Grief counselors can also bolster support and awareness for this type of painful loss. Whether by supporting it, blogging about it or sharing it with others, certified grief counselors can help.
If you are interested in learning more about grief counseling and would like to learn how to become a grief counselor, then please review our program.
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