Counseling Grieving Children and Adolescent

Children experience loss and grief in many different circumstances. The sadness they feel, how the absence of a parent or loved one from their lives affects them, may be experienced in many different ways over time. These resources are particularly relevant for service providers or those working or studying in …

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GRIEF, BEREAVEMENT & MOURNING

GRIEF

Grief is the normal process of reacting to the loss. Grief reactions may be felt in response to physical losses (for example, a death) or in response to symbolic or social losses (for example, divorce or loss of a job). Each type of loss means the person has had …

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HOW SHOULD A COUNSELOR DRESS

Some people might consider this unnecessary, but the fact remains that your dress sense creates the first impression for your clients. People can easily judge you by what you wear without getting to know who you truly are. Imagine a busty marriage counselor whose boobs are not properly covered, no …

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NORMAL TEENAGE BEHAVIOR VS EARLY SIGNS OF MENTAL ILLNESS

It is not uncommon for parents to wonder whether their child is acting like a normal teenager or behaving differently due to mental illness, drug use or behavioural difficulties. Normal teenagers are often moody due to hormonal and physical changes that happen during puberty. However, when mental illness is involved, …

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