So, What About the 5 Stages of Grief?

Posted by Dan Yearick, MS, LCMHC S on Apr 19, 2022 12:50:56 PM

Elizabeth Kubler-Ross is considered to be one of the pioneers of the hospice

 

movement. Still a relatively new approach to end-of-life care, the hospice movement began in the US in the early 1970s. The first established hospice opened in 1974 in Branford, Connecticut.

 

Read More

Topics: Grief Services, Grief, 5 stages of grief, 4 tasks of grieving

Ritual as a Means of Processing Grief

Posted by Dan Yearick, MS, LCMHC S on Mar 9, 2022 3:06:19 PM

It was the same spot where he sat the day before. On that day, with his

 

mother and brothers, he watched his father’s casket slowly sink into the ground. I watched intently as the pain of grief took control of his countenance and moved him to his knees from where he peered deep into the cavity, his tears splashing on the casket’s top.

Read More

Topics: Grief Services, Ritual, Grief

Content not found