The article, “Not talking about death only makes it more lonely and frightening”, by Giles Fraser states
“In the absence of faith, death cafes can provide a space for us to talk about what a good ending might be”
American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight:
It is healthy to discuss death instead of avoiding the topic. Those who avoid it will only become more scared of it in the end and leave other people in the dark about their ultimate wishes after they are gone. We need to have a healthy respect for the topic of death and discuss it with family and friends. If you are interested in learning more about death, then please review our program in grief counseling. Courses for Certification in Bereavement Counseling can be taken by qualified professionals. Such professionals include health care professionals, nurses, social workers, ministers, funeral directors, counselors, and other care givers to the grieving. By taking the core courses for certification in bereavement counseling you will be able to better understand grief and apply counseling skills to those in need of help. This is also includes the topic of this article relating to discussions surrounding death. After certification, you can renew after three years. Re-certification requires additional hours in the academic and clinical fields. Thank you for reading this article and our blog, if you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to let us know.
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