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Therapy Changes Paper Sheds New Light on Diagnosis, Treatment of Grief and Depression

Therapy Changes Paper Sheds New Light on Diagnosis, Treatment of Grief and Depression

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) July 31, 2013 — The relationship between grief and depression following bereavement has generated much debate in the psychological community and public media. American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight: It is crucial for grief therapists to understand the nature of grief and depression.  Both appear the same but are different.  Depression is a pathology or complicated form of grief, while grief over a loss is a natural reaction.  Grief therapy and counseling is key in determining which is which and how to treat. Also thank you for reviewing our blog and program.  If you would like

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The Grief and Scars of Suicide On the Surviving Family

The Grief and Scars of Suicide On the Surviving Family

Grief After Suicide     Grief after suicide can be a horrible thing for a family.  The article below lists many of the things that one will go through. The Buddha Dharma Education Association listed an interested article on their site regarding “Grief After Suicide”  Below is a segment of the article. Someone close to you has died. Your grief is intensified because the death was a suicide. The healing process will be painful and often seem unnaturally slow. Understanding your emotions, as well as learning something about suicide in general, may ease your grief. To read the entire article,

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Dealing with Grief from Loss of Children and How to Become Certified in Grief Counseling

Dealing with Grief from Loss of Children and How to Become Certified in Grief Counseling

Grief Grief is such a very hard journey. Experts believe that the loss of a child creates the most devastating grief of all. This article deals with the journey of a father who lost three daughters in a Christmas fire. This Dad discusses what he has experienced in this painful journey so far. From the New York Post By CYNTHIA R. FAGEN For full article: access here We can learn much from this father’s sharing. We continue to keep him in our thoughts and prayers. With grief counseling parents can benefit by the great support received and learn to establish

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How to Write a Grief Sympathy Letter or Note

How to Write a Grief Sympathy Letter or Note

 Dealing with the Grief of Others   A sympathy letter is a formal and sincere way of sending your condolences to a grieving family member, friend, or colleague. It is usually sent or emailed during the first few days after the death of an individual. Sending a sympathy letter is a great way to empathize and give comfort to a person who has just lost a loved one.  Dealing with grief is a challenging journey. Those who grieve are generally very appreciative of the notes of condolences they receive.  How to Begin the Letter A grief sympathy letter often opens