- Helping families accept the loss by creating an environment that encourages talking about the loss.
- Helping bereaved members identify and express feelings related to the loss (for example, anger, guilt, anxiety, helplessness, and sadness).
- Helping the bereaved to live without the person who died and to make decisions alone.
- Helping the bereaved to separate emotionally from the person who died and to begin new relationships.
- Providing support and time to focus on grieving at important times such as birthdays and anniversaries.
- Describing normal grieving and the differences in grieving among individuals.
- Providing continuous support.
- Helping the bereaved to understand his or her methods of coping.
- Identifying coping problems
- Making recommendations for professional grief therapy.
If you have experienced the loss of a family member or a friend, we encourage you to benefit from our services. If you know friends or relatives who have lost a loved one, share the message with them.
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