The Art of Recovery – the Book

The article “The Art of Recovery – the Book”, by Jeff Zacharias states

“The Art of Recovery” by Roger Moy is a wonderful book showcasing the important contributions that art therapy makes towards a client’s recovery program.”

American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight:

Art therapy has been seen as an outlet of expression that sometimes children and adults cannot express via simple words.

Many grief counselors or therapists use this type of therapy to help the grieving understand their own grief and trauma.

Check out this book for Grief Art Therapy and see if you would like it for your own personal library.

In the meantime, if you are interested in becoming a grief counselor, then review the program and see if it matches your professional and academic needs.

Those who are usually interested in becoming a grief counselor and qualify the program stem from many different areas.  Including are healthcare professionals, nurses, hospice caregivers, pastoral caregivers, ministers, funeral directors, social workers and counselors.

Among those who qualify academically are those with degrees in the health field and social sciences. Psychology, nursing, counseling, theology and social work degrees are all acceptable examples.

If you wish to re-certify, one must complete fifty hours of continuing education in grief counseling and also complete fifty hours of clinical and academic work in the field.  After this, one is renewed for an additional three years.

In the meantime, please enjoy the blog and article and if you are interested in becoming a grief counselor, then let us know.

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See on www.new-hope-recovery.com

Are You Interested in Becoming a Grief Counselor: The horrible truth about losing a child at birth

 

If you are interested in becoming a grief counselor and helping parents who lose a child at birth then please review our program
If you are interested in becoming a grief counselor and helping parents who lose a child at birth then please review our program

The article, “The horrible truth about losing a child at birth”, by Rebecca Levingston and Emma Sykes states

“Writer Rebecca Sparrow reveals the unspeakable grief that she and her family endured when her daughter Georgia Grace was stillborn.”

American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight:

There is no doubt that losing a child at birth has to be among the most traumatic and painful things a parent can go through.  The anticipation, the fact that in some cases the mother knows she is delivering a dead baby can all add to high levels of trauma.

Certified grief counselors can help these parents overcome their intense grief and pain.  One of the most important things is for the parents to be allowed to mourn and touch the deceased infant.  This is critical for closure and grief recovery.

If you are interested in becoming a grief counselor or would like to learn more about helping people who suffer with grief, then please review the program

#iwanttobecomeagriefcounselor

See on www.abc.net.au