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.
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.
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Many social workers, ministers, counselors, pastoral care givers and other healthcare professionals utilize a grief counseling certification to enhance their careers and help others. If you are qualified you can too.
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To re-certify, simply after three years renew your certification and include five hundred hours of clinical service and fifty hours of continuing education in grief counseling. After completion of this, one can again be certified for an additional three years.
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