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Study: Primary Care Physicians Underuse Depression Management Tools

Study: Primary Care Physicians Underuse Depression Management Tools

Primary care practices routinely underuse effective chronic disease management tools when treating depression, compared to when treating medical conditions. Sourced through Scoop.it from: weill.cornell.edu An excellent article about the simple things a primary physician can do to help with depression This article points to how healthcare professionals need training in grief counseling #trainingingriefcounseling

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Newtown Funerals Continue

The Grief of Newtown Continues After the violence comes the sadness for Newtown, as a week before Christmas, twenty children and six adults are laid to rest throughout the town.  The grief blankets the entire town. Michael Melia of the Huffington Post writes about these sad funerals in his article, “Newtown Funerals Become A Sad Routine” To read the article, please click here To learn more about grief counseling courses, please review the program and click here and please remember in your prayers the families of Newtown If you would like training in grief counseling, then please review the program.  

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Training in Grief Counseling: Suicide Intervention Strategies in Grief and Christian Counseling

Training in Grief Counseling: Suicide Intervention Strategies in Grief and Christian Counseling

Suicide Intervention Strategies in Grief and Christian Counseling In the previous article, we discussed assessment. The final element of assessment is types of intervention required to prevent suicide that Grief and Christian Counselors can use. There are two types of intervention. The first is Low-Risk Intervention and the second is High-Risk Intervention. High and Low is determined by level of depression, amount of risk factors and number of suicidal thoughts.  Low level intervention requires first and foremost a no suicide contract. This removes stress from the spiritual child and allows them to be free of a dangerous and impulsive decision.