Dr Timothy Dunne Consultant Clinical Psychologist Public Lecture delivered on behalf of Kilkenny Bereavement Support Group Wednesday 10 th September 2014 c Dr Tim Dunne 1 Outline Introduction ID: 594837 Download Presentation
Grief is the normal response of sorrow, emotion, and confusion that comes from losing someone or something important to you. It is a natural part of life. Grief is a typical emotional, physical, and spiritual reaction to death, divorce, job loss, a move away from family and friends, loss of good health due to illness, or a breakup of an intimate relationship..
Deirdre Anderson, LCSW. The Solutions Group EAP. Spouse. Sibling. Child- can be a child or adult child. Parent. Close Friend. Co-worker or supervisor. The type of relationship and closeness factor into the grieving process as well as circumstances of the death.
Grief impacts us holistically…. These five needs overlap.. Social, Physical, Cognitive, Emotional, Spiritual. Coping with Loss and Grief. Grieving is a common and natural reaction to any loss that brings on strong emotions. .
Change. Transitions in life include those we choose and those we do not choose to experience. Sometimes, . Change = Loss = Grief. WHAT DOES GRIEF LOOK LIKE?. Physical reactions:. Fatigue. Lethargy. Insomnia.
of Pierre and Marie Curie. Amber, Angie, Emily, John. What is Grief?. “Keen mental suffering or distress over affliction or loss; sharp sorrow; painful regret.” . How can Marie and Pierre Curie’s experience of loss be interpreted according to .
Listening Support Volunteers’ Training Course, . St Michael’s Hospice. 2015. Why bother with theory?. Helps us to understand reactions . Helps us to respect difference. Helps to normalise experience of grief.
st. Century: New Problems, New Strategies. Kenneth J. Doka, PhD. Professor, The College of New Rochelle. Senior Consultant, The Hospice Foundation of America. Beyond Feeling Rules. It is acceptable to grieve the deaths of family members.
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Recovering from Loss & Grief
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