Anxiety: A New Phase of Grief?

Grief Counseling Perspectives and Grief Counseling Certifications

We have learned that no one single philosophy on grief is conclusive in understanding the process of grievingGrief counseling as a science is continually evolving to new ideas that adapt or reshape older ones.

The article “The Five Stages of Grief Should Be Changed”, by Claire Smith states

“When Elisabeth Kübler-Ross debuted the five stages of grief in her book On Death and Dying, published in 1969, they were intended for people facing their own deaths. Kübler-Ross later went on to apply these same five stages to the bereaved, to people who had lost a loved one, but upon closer inspection, I’m not sure they work as well.”

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