Grief And Loss

 

Social Workers Make a Difference: Hurricane Katrina

January 9, 2006

By Dina Ortiz, MSW, LCSW   Note:  Ms. Dina Ortiz, LCSW, is social worker specializing in outpatient mental health care.  She is...

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Recovering From High Profile Traumatic Events

September 6, 2005

By Lynn Hagan, PsyD, CTRL, LCSW Introduction Changing Fear and Rage Into Support Behaviors That Can Hinder...

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Dealing Effectively With Grief

July 17, 2005

By Simona Seiderman, MSW, LMSW, DCSW   Introduction Phase I: Shock, Alarm, and Denial Phase II: Acute...

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How Social Workers Help with Grief and Loss

July 9, 2005

By Sue Shealy, MSW, ACSW, DCSW   Introduction When the dying process moved from the home into hospitals and other institutions, Americans may...

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About Grief and Loss

July 6, 2005

Introduction How Can a Social Worker Help? Healing and Time When Someone You Know Is Grieving Stages Needing More Than...

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Five Myths About Grief

July 6, 2005

The Myth We only grieve death. People should leave grief at home. We grieve in slow predictable pattern. Grieving means letting go of the...

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How Social Workers Help Couples Recover from Pregnancy Loss

July 5, 2005

By Israela Meyerstein, MSW, LCSW Pregnancy Loss The Mixed Blessing of Genetic Testing How Social Workers Help Couples...

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Grief and Loss Resources

June 28, 2005

Aging With Dignity Aging with Dignity publishes Five Wishes, an easy-to-use legal document that helps adults of all ages plan for the care they want...

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Supporting Children Through Grief

June 3, 2005

By Deborah Bowen, MSW, LCSW and Susan Strickler, MEd   Introduction Explaining Suicide to a Child - John's Story Child...

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Tips on Coping With Grief

June 2, 2005

By Deborah Bowen, MSW, LCSW and Susan Strickler, MEd   Introduction Stillbirth Alzheimer's Disease A Friend Suffers a...

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