Grief & Coping

Resources:

Adam Rabinovitch and Claire Sharkey with Open to Hope: Supporting Children who have Experienced Grief and Trauma

 

Alzheimer’s and Grief 

 

 American Institute of Health Care Professionals – Certification continuing ed and resources for grief counseling, spiritual counseling, stress management, and more.
Attachment and Grief in Addiction and Recovery

 

Being there: A Scoping Review of Grief Support Training in Medical Education

 

Bereavement Care in America is Broken: A Call to Action

 

Companioning the Bereaved: An Introduction

 

Complicated Grief- A helpful guide to recognizing and treating complicated grief.

 

Coping with Grief

 

Coping with Grief During A Pandemic

 

Coping with Grief during the Holidays

 

Daily Email Affirmations- Your daily companion, helping you to let the sun shine back into your life. These daily emails provide encouragement and gentle reminders of the recovery process.

 

Delta Society- An online organization maintains a list of pet bereavement support groups, pet loss resource persons, counselors and hotlines.

 

Encyclopedia of Death and Dying- A broad history of death and rituals throughout the ages with access to cross-cultural perspectives and content specific search functionality.

 

GRASP- Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing

 

Grief & the Loss of a Pet

 

Grief At Work: A Guide For Employees and Managers

 

Grief Beyond Belief — How Atheists Are Dealing With Death

 

Grief Resources

 

Grief Speaks- A resource for information about grieving children, teens and adults. It includes book lists, links, and specific loss information. 

 

Grief Support Guide- Grief. It can take so many forms and you often don’t know how you’ll react until you’re living through it. That’s OK. There are no wrong or right ways to approach grief. All you can do is try to deal with your feelings in a way that feels right to you.

 

Grief Support Resources- The emotional upheaval these trying times can cause is sometimes so overwhelming that even the support of friends and family may not help relieve the amount of sadness and grief you feel.

 

Grief Triggers- How they can be handled in a school setting
Healing After Loss: Bereavement Help for the Correctional Community 

 

Helping Grieving Children and Teens Cope with Difficult Emotion Webinar – Evidence based research and examples from clinical practice to provide strategies and interventions for professionals and clinicians to support children and teen sin coping with these difficult grief reactions. 

 

Helping School-Age Children with Traumatic Grief: Tips for Caregivers – Describes how school-age children may feel when struggling with the death of someone close and offers tips on what caregivers can do to help.

 

How to Cope with the Loss of a Loved One While Overseas

 

How to Grieve from a Distance

 

How to Run a Good, Long-Term Support Group for Death Loss Grief

 

New Ways to Think About Grief

 

Open to Hope- An online forum to support people who have experienced loss and to help them cope with their pain, heal their grief and invest in their future.

 

Rates and Risks for Prolonged Grief Disorder in a Sample of Orphaned and Widowed Genocide Survivors

 

Red River Valley Hospice- A host of archived webinars for hospice care, as well as valuable resources for grief support. 

 

Shiva Learning Center- A Resource for Jewish Mourning

 

SUDC Foundation Resources- resources for Sudden Unexplained Death in Childhood.

 

Sudden- Guides for suddenly bereaved people.

 

Supporting a Grieving Person

 

The Bereaved Employee: Returning to Work

 

The Grief Coach Podcast: How to Talk to Children about Grief and Other Advice with the COPE Foundation

 

The Grief Journey that Starts Before the Loss: Anticipatory Grief- The feelings and changes we experience when that time comes closer to reality represent a form of grief called anticipatory grief. 

 

The Grief Toolbox- A website dedicated to helping people early in their grief journey to find the resources they need. Site includes a support group locator.

 

What’s your Grief? What’s Your Grief seeks to help people explore ideas, experiences, and concepts related to grief, coping, and life after loss.
Working with Grieving Clients- Grief comes in many forms. It may be the result of a relationship breakdown, the death of a loved one, the loss of a job, or a sudden illness. It is the normal and inevitable response to loss – but it can be an uncomfortable topic and many people don’t know what to say or do and are terrified of saying the wrong thing.