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Bereavement Counseling Training Program

Bereavement Counseling Training Program

Respecting grief in the workplace can be a challenging thing for the employer as well as among fellow employees.  This article looks at some of these issues Please also review our Bereavement Counseling  Training Program The article, How To Respect The Grieving Process In A Diverse Workplace, by Gloria Horsley states “When we say that everyone grieves their own way, our cultural background is part of why we see and feel it so differently. There are different responses, emotions and coping strategies. Various cultures have rites and rituals that have been passed down for centuries that are specific to the funeral and

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Online Counseling Training: Life Changes

Navigating Through Life Changes You must take personal responsibility. You cannot change the circumstances, the seasons, or the wind, but you can change yourself.     Jim Rohn  Online counseling training is an excellent way to learn how to aid those in need or simply sharpen your counseling skills. Online courses can further help by giving you an opportunity to work an education around your schedule. With a virtual classroom, you can take it with you wherever you go! Below is an excellent article by an instructor on Navigating Through Life Changes. Life changes and we change along with it.  If you are

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Social Workers in Hospice Care | The Herald-News

Social Workers in Hospice Care | The Herald-News

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.theherald-news.com Great article about the use of social workers in hospice care.  Pastoral Thanatology is a field of those in ministry but open also to social workers. Please review our pastoral thanatology program and see if it matches your educational and professional needs.  Qualified professionals can become certified members in the pastoral thanatology program at AIHCP #pastoralthanatologyprogram

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Abortion’s Circle of Grief Is Not Limited to Two | NRL News Today

Abortion’s Circle of Grief Is Not Limited to Two | NRL News Today

  Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.nationalrighttolifenews.org The grief of the loss of a life of a child via abortion is not only twofold, child and mother, but crosses to many other family members who experience potential relationship losses.  Father-son, Uncle/aunt-nephew, grandparent-grandchild.   It is time to consider these losses as well and the pain abortion causes everyone. If you would like to learn more about Christian Counseling or are interested in becoming a certified grief counselor then please review #certifiedgriefcounselor

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11 Simple Ways to Increase Your Happiness at Work

11 Simple Ways to Increase Your Happiness at Work

Happiness at work can come from a number of things — both in and out of the office Source: time.com Good article about being happier at work.  This reduces stress and helps productivity. Meditation is also a way to help make work easier and less stressful. Please review this article and its top eleven ideas for happiness at work if you would like to learn more about Meditation Instructor Certification then please review the program #meditationinstructorcertification

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Welcome to the American Institute of Health Care Professionals Blog!

Review our Health Care Continuing Education Courses Please check often for the most up to date information and articles regarding all of your counseling and health care needs. If you have any interest in any health care continuing education courses or health care certifications, please review our blogs and programs. All certifications are granted via online learning and courses.  After completion of the courses, qualified professionals can become certified in their specialty area. Nurses, counselors, health care professionals, social workers, funeral care, pastoral care and ministry all find needed counseling and health care continuing education courses that lead to certification

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