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Bereavement Counseling Certification and Christmas Tree Article

Bereavement Counseling Certification and Christmas Tree Article

Great article on how Christmas trees can help heal grief and help others find joy and happiness. Please review our bereavement counseling certification and see if it matches your academic and professional needs. The article, “How Christmas Trees Can Help A Grieving Child” by Nikki McCoy states   “Losing a parent is one of the most devastating things a child can experience. Yet it happens daily. In 2015, 84 kids and 54 families in Thurston, Mason, and Lewis counties turned to SoundCareKids in Olympia to navigate the tremendous weight that comes with the death of a significant person in their

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My Two Sons — Having a Child After Loss

My Two Sons — Having a Child After Loss

I have two sons. They are little carbon copies of their older sister, from their blonde locks to their bright blue eyes. They share the same flirty smile and deep dimples. They both have an over-t… Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.huffingtonpost.com Life is about moving on.  What about having another child after losing one?  This can be bitter and sweet.  This article looks at some of the feelings associated with it. Please also review our bereavement counseling certification #bereavementcounseling

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In Defense of the Grief Selfie – What’s Your Grief

In Defense of the Grief Selfie – What’s Your Grief

Once upon a time, many moons ago, Eleanor wrote an amazing post about self-portraits.  In that post, in case you missed it or failed to commit it to memory, she said: There was a time when I didn’t have the words to describe my grief even privately. In those early days the only tool I … Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.whatsyourgrief.com Intriguing article about the psychology of selfies and how grief can play a role in selfies and how they can help the griever overcome certain aspects of grieving by shedding one’s skin so to speak. If you would like

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What Grieving A Death Can Teach Us About Surviving Divorce

What Grieving A Death Can Teach Us About Surviving Divorce

  You’re dealing with divorce, not actual death. You’ve got a life to live! For you, acceptance brings the promise of a new beginning — one filled with infinite possibilities — not an end. And that’s a precious gift, as any dying person would tell you. Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.huffingtonpost.com An excellent article talking about another type of loss, namely divorce.  Death and change of something can have a dramatic effect on our adjustment to a new life.  Divorce is a death of something special and a death of a particular relationship.  Grief and loss are experienced in many

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9 Ways To Cope After A Miscarriage Or Stillbirth

9 Ways To Cope After A Miscarriage Or Stillbirth

  If you are not trying to have a baby, then you may never know you miscarry. Yet many couples are proactively trying to become pregnant. They may be in denial about how many miscarriages actually occur. Source: www.huffingtonpost.com One of the most horrid types of loss is a still birth.  The loss of a child with the trauma of delivering a dead child.  This trauma is intense.   This article looks at 9 ways to respond to the grief of stillbirth If you would like to learn more about Bereavement Counseling Certification, then please review the program and see if

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Bereavement Counseling Certification: Grief Therapy in Art

Bereavement Counseling Certification:  Grief Therapy There are many forms of grief therapy. One form is the use of art. It may seem that art might contribute little to the healing of grief, but this article focuses on how one mother did just that. An insightful article that will also warm your heart. A mother uses art as a passage through grief Submitted by Francie Minder The Canton Citizen April 19, 2012 The first years after my 15-year-old daughter, Chava, died of cancer, I was walking around in a fog. Each day was painful as the initial shock and disbelief faded,