Grief Counseling Certification Article on Women and Depression

Depression in women is unique and different from men.  One in ten women face depression and during it they express more hopelessness and loneliness.  Their eating and sleeping habits are sometimes altered and they move away from activities that they enjoy.  Many women express how they feel differently then men.

Depression strikes one in ten women. Please also review AIHCP’s Grief Counseling Program and see if it meets your academic and professional goals

The article, “A Depressed Mom’s Tips: What You Need to Know in Order to Help” by Kimberly Zapata looks deeper into how depression affects women and how they can better cope with it.  She states,

“While living with — and parenting through — depression is tough, it is not impossible. In fact, with proper care and support, many individuals go on to live rich and fulfilling lives. Know you matter. Your life matters, and feelings are not facts. There is help and there is hope.”

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Please also review AIHCP’s Grief Counseling Certification and see if it matches your academic and professional goals.  The program is independent study and online leading to a four year certification and is open to qualified professionals seeking certification