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November 12, 2021


Article: Grief: Coping with the loss of your loved one An article from the American Psychological Association that discusses five evidence-based strategies that may help grieving individuals to process and come to terms with loss.

Article: From Loss to Love: The pain of loss is unavoidable, yet millions harm themselves trying to escape it. But loss has a sweet side, and when you open yourself to the pain, you open yourself to joy. An article written by Steven C. Hayes Ph.D., developer of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).

Self-Care Bereavement Journal: On The Wings of Grief An interactive and informative bereavement journal for adults. This discusses the psychology of grief and provides journaling prompts to assist individuals in the grief process.

If you find that you need help managing the loss of a loved one, we are here for you. 

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Originally presented on Thursday, March 12, 2020

Dr. Turley recently attended a comprehensive grief & loss conference sponsored by the Association for Death Education & Counseling and will present select segments from that conference, with an emphasis on death acceptance. As with all clinical interventions, attendees should be thoughtful about their own limits and personal willingness with workshop activities.

Sarah E. Turley, Ph.D. Counseling Psychologist, having received graduate training from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Dr. Turley is a health psychologist having provided 20 years of psychotherapy, including grief, bereavement, and non-body losses.

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