Latest Grief counseling Stories

2012-05-17 23:04:05

Grant will help support Pathways´ bereavement and grief counseling services to senior patients over the age of 60 located in Santa Clara County. Pathways Home Health & Hospice cares for more than 750 patients per day and over 5,300 annually, of which 90% are aged 60 or over. In 2011, Pathways provided 14,500 grief support visits and calls, all at no cost to the client. Pathways has one of the most comprehensive grief programs of any hospice in the Bay Area. Sunnyvale, California...

2011-02-23 00:00:00

Dr. Ursula Weide, a Psychologist and Fellow of Thanatology (Death Education and Counseling) with offices in Virginia and Maryland near Washington, D.C., provides her survivor's perspective on recent grief articles in Time Magazine and the New York Times. Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) February 21, 2011 According to Dr. Ursula Weide, recent grief-related articles attempt to show a "standard trajectory of grieving right", inappropriately citing resilience-related and other grief studies. In their...

2008-09-16 00:00:30

By Norbert Rego How many times have we heard well-meaning friends urging us to "get over it quickly" when we experience the loss of someone or something? Any kind of loss -be it disappointment, setback, the ending of something, any kind of parting, break-up with a partner and death of someone close - warrants proper grieving. The truth is we need time to grieve and heal. We can't get over something quickly, we can only move on progressively. "Moving on does not mean forgetting, nor does...

2007-12-17 09:00:54

MEMPHIS, Tenn., Dec. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- The state of Tennessee today approved a certificate of need to build the Baptist Trinity Hospice House, a residential hospice and bereavement center complex on the Baptist Memorial Hospital-Collierville campus. The hospice house will be developed on approximately five acres. Baptist officials anticipate beginning construction in the spring of 2008, and the project is expected to be complete in about two years. The new residence, or "hospice...

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