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Power of Prayer in Grief?

Power of Prayer and How to Become Trained as a Certified Grief Counselor

Does prayer help the grieving cope better?  Also please review if you wish to learn how to become trained as a certified grief counselor

Does prayer help the grieving cope better? Also please review if you wish to learn how to become trained as a certified grief counselor

Here is a good article about the debate on whether prayer has any benefits.  While believers in times of need believe prayer has spiritual benefits as well as psychological benefits–non-believers tend to believe in their own power of coping and find prayer unneeded.

Do people with prayer cope better?  This article attempts to ask those questions.

For many people, hearing the words “I’ll pray for you” can be a source of great comfort, especially during a medical or emotional crisis. Even those who consider themselves to be non-religious, agnostic or even atheist may find that prayer, meditation and/or affirmations lift them up in times of trouble or despair.

That aside, the question remains: Does prayer really work? Does it produce tangible results?

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Re-certification requires additional continuing education hours and clinical work.

If you are a social worker, minister, counselor, health care professional or hospice worker, then you should consider learning how to become trained as a certified grief counselor.  As a grief counselor you can help enhance your career and help others.

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