Post Tagged with: "Grief Loss and Bereavement"

 
  • How to Cope with the Death of a Parent

    How to Cope with the Death of a Parent Counselling Psychologist, Michelle Bassam, offers advice on dealing coping grief surrounding the loss of one or both parents. She discusses emotional coping strategies, how to find grief and bereavement resources, and deal with anniversaries.  

     
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  • Siblings Grieve Too

    Siblings Grieve Too Published on May 17, 2012 Losing a sibling is one of the worst things that can ever happen; it turns your world upside down. Your sibling is part of your past, and you expect this relationship to continue throughout adulthood. In this webinar, the presenters provide tips on how to help siblings cope after a loss. They discussed what helped them, after the death of their 17-year-old brother and son, and what has helped the thousands of bereaved siblings they have worked with. This webinar also addresses the unique aspects and challenges of sibling death. Siblings are given the message that they must be “strong for their parents.” Since society tends to focus on parents’ grief, bereaved siblings often feel overlooked and unacknowledged.  

     
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  • Leslie Delp, MA of Olivia’s House on children and grief

    Leslie Delp, MA of Olivia’s House on children and grief Published on May 16, 2012 Leslie Delp, MA, is the Founder & Bereavement Specialist at Olivia’s House in York, PA, a grief and loss center for children and families. Leslie says that “when you leave blanks for children, they make stuff up- and it’s not always good.” That’s why Olivia’s House is there to support parents in being honest with their children. She adds, “Our job at Olivia’s House is to provide support for parents- and to encourage them to provide their kids with opportunities for questions.” Here is Leslie’s presentation at “I’m Here With You: Understanding Children & Grief,” a special community forum addressing myths, fears, and questions related to children’s grief.  

     
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  • The Solace Tree’s Emilio Parga, MA on children and grief

    The Solace Tree’s Emilio Parga, MA on children and grief Published on May 16, 2012 Emilio Parga, MA, is the Founder & Executive Director of the Solace Tree in Reno, NV, a grief and loss center for children, teens and families. He says that “though a life has ended, it won’t really end depending how person is celebrated and remembered.” An important part of what they do at The Solace Tree is “helping kids create memories so there isn’t unresolved grief.” Here is Emilio Parga’s presentation at “I’m Here With You: Understanding Children & Grief,” a special community forum addressing myths, fears, and questions related to children’s grief.

     
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  • Tools for Grieving Children with Lynea Gillen, MS

    Tools for Grieving Children with Lynea Gillen, MS Published on Jan 7, 2013 Children carry grief in their bodies, hearts and minds in the same way that adults do, but they process it in different ways depending on their age level. In this powerful lecture, Lynea Gillen discussing how to create an environment for children that allows them to express their grief through movement, art and story. Yoga Calm activities and children’s books that help with loss, including Lynea’s new book, will also be explored.  

     
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  • Children’s Grieving

    Children’s Grieving Uploaded on Apr 11, 2010 A death in the family becomes all the more difficult when there are children in the family. Katie Couric gives a helping hand to kids and parents grappling with death.  

     
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  • Grief and Bereavement – Research on Aging

    Grief and Bereavement – Research on Aging Uploaded on Dec 20, 2007 Grief is complex, layered and often confusing. To help us to better understand grief, leading expert Sidney Zisook, M.D., Department of Psychiatry at UCSD, walks us through the painful but ultimately healing process that follows loss. Included is a discussion about persistent acute grief and major depression. Series: “SIRA (Sam and Rose Stein Institute for Research on Aging)”  

     
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  • Dr. Golding On Grief and Grieving

    Dr. Golding On Grief and Grieving Published on Sep 19, 2012 Dr. James R. Golding of Somerset Chiropractic & Acupuncture discusses grief and the process of grieving. With special guest, Susan Arlen, M.D. he explores emotional numbness and the sense of loss in one’s life. Special guest is Dr. Susan Arlen.  

     
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