Grief and Loss


Grief, Loss, and Spirituality

September 26, 2008

By Karen E. Herrick, PhD, LCSW, LMSW, CADC   Some of My Grieving Clients, Like the Character in The Sixth Sense, Talk to Dead...

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Thirteen Rights of the Bereaved

May 15, 2008

By Elizabeth J. Clark, PhD, ACSW, MPH   Introduction Right #1.  Family Expectations Right #2.  Compassionate...

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Three Questions About Widows, Widowers, and Their Relationships

April 2, 2008

By L.B. (LeslieBeth) Wish, Ed.D, MSS   Introduction Dr. L.B. (LeslieBeth) Wish is a psychologist and social worker.  Wish. She has been a...

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Instant Relief from Grief

January 17, 2008

By L.B. (LeslieBeth) Wish, Ed.D, MSS   Introduction Give Back Stay Connected Cry and Yell Get...

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Explaining Suicide to Children

August 22, 2007

By Lauren Schneider, MSW, LCSW   Introduction For very young children For adolescents   Introduction One...

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Handling Grief at the Holidays

July 31, 2007

By Kirsten Randall Belzer, MSW, LCSW, CHT   Introduction Ways to Cope With Grief Individually at the Holidays Ways for...

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Mourning a Miscarriage

June 14, 2007

By Sharon Covington, MSW, LCSW-C Introduction Why Does This Hurt So Much? What Can Help? Internet...

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A Response to the Virginia Tech Shootings

May 9, 2007

By Carol A. Anderson, MSW, LMSW   Introduction Responding to Excessive Public Displays of Violence Assisting Survivors...

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Distinguishing Late Life Depression from Grief

April 4, 2007

Introduction Risk Factors Finding Help   Introduction As we age, loss is inevitable. Changes in all areas of...

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Grieving Parents and Their Risk for Substance Abuse

March 23, 2007

Introduction Recognizing Complicated Grief Increased Risk of Substance Use and Abuse Interventions to...

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