The article, “Letting Love Win: Coping with Fear, Anger, Grief and Despair in the Wake of Tragedy”, by Lauren Jacobs states
“It can be so hard to find love in our hearts, to imagine peace, to practice compassion, to have faith in a benevolent universe after terrible things happen.”
It is a tirade of emotions that follow a tragic event. Grief, anger and a host of emotions emerge. What we need to remember is these emotions are natural
The natural range of emotions vary but for the most part their is a universal pattern. We should in a healthy way embrace these emotions and realize they are a natural reaction to loss. Grief is a natural emotion and we should not be ashamed of it or try to hide it but allow it to take its course so we can adapt and recover in a healthy fashion.
The Grief counseling program consists of core courses that qualified professionals can take to become a certified grief counselor. After completion of the courses, the certified grief counselor remains certified for three years. Re-certification involves academic and professional hours.
If you would like to help people in tragic events, you can become a certified grief counselor. As a certified grief counselor, you can help others. Social workers, ministers, hospice nurses, counselors and other working professionals in the health field can utilize a certification in grief counseling. They are able to utilize the certification with everyday events. The certification also helps them advance within their field as they add another special training to their resume. Please consider taking the courses and becoming a certified grief counselor.
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