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The Miscarriage Secret


“I barely knew anyone who’d had a miscarriage … until I experienced my own,” writes Caitlin Seccombe Lubinski for Her.meneutics. “As I experience the grief of miscarriage, I am struck by the hush-hush method with which our culture treats an extr…

American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight:

Miscarriages are often a disenfranchised grief that do not receive the support they deserve.  Women go through many emotional troubles due to a miscarriage and need grief counselors who can help them.  They also need a strong support system.

Strong support can help prevent depression, isolation and potential marital problems.  Many women also need medication to regain a proper balance.  The separation from her child and the body returning to a normal state can be traumatic on a woman.

If you are interested in learning more about grief and wish to learn how to become certified as a grief counselor, then please review our program.

The program is for working professionals in the health field and social science field.  Whether one has a undergraduate degree or license in these areas, they are considered eligible to become a grief counselor.

If one is curious on how to become certified as a grief counselor, then please review the program.  By taking the core courses, one can become certified as a grief counselor.


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