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Grief & Healing

Tasks of Grief

Tasks of Grief

By Chaplain Julia Rajtar, MAPS, BCC   Most of us when we think of grief, understand grieving as a model identified by Elizabeth Kubler Ross, in her book, On Death and Dying, 1969.   In her well-known work, she stated that her book was about interviews with the dying, and ways to provide better care for

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Who is Your Support?

Who is Your Support?

By Chaplain Julia Rajtar, MAPS, BCC   When a loved one dies, we often turn to family members to support us in our grief. Those who know us best should be able to support us in our time of pain and sorrow.  Much to my astonishment, this is not always the case.   Though family members

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A Special Grief Program for the Community with Molly Tomony

A Special Grief Program for the Community with Molly Tomony

Presents a special Grief Program for the Community with Molly Tomony (MA, ATR-BC, LPC), child and family trauma art therapist,  Assistant Professor Art Therapy, Edgewood College                        Community Presentation:  Coping with Sudden & Traumatic Loss: A Program for those who have suffered a traumatic loss, (of a child,

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