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Grief

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After-Loss Counseling Associates

After-Loss Associates specializes in loss and bereavement counseling to individuals, agencies (such as Employee Assistance Programs) and groups. Our current interest is in dealing with grief in the workplace. We are at work on researching this, with the working title of our article being "Grief at Work". Anyone with related resources to our areas of interest, or who would like to be on our mailing list, is welcome to contact us. We are also available to travel to present on loss and bereavement, particularly to interested workplaces, colleges, and community agencies.
http://www.netcom.com/~afterlos/small.html

Bereavement and Hospice Support Netline

We hope that this on-line directory of bereavement support groups and services and hospice bereavement programs from across the United States will provide you with information to help you or others you care about find appropriate help and support in coping with issues of loss and grief. A simple page dealing with US groups.
http://ube.ubalt.edu/www/bereavement/

Bereavement Education Center

A thorough resource co-ordinated by peeople who aim to make a difference - be sure to brwose here.
http://bereavement.org/index.html

Compassionate Friends

TCF is a self-help organization for bereaved parents and siblings. There are presently hundreds of chapters world-wide. Local chapters meet to share experiences and offer support to those going through the grief process. A chapter meeting is a safe place to talk about the trauma following the death of a child. Many chapters have separate meetings for surviving siblings. In addition to meetings most chapters sponsor a periodic newsletter. This provides a source of expression and sharing for those not able to attend the meetings.
http://pages.prodigy.com/CA/lycq97a/lycq97tcf.html

Crisis, Grief & Healing: Men and Women

This page is meant to be a place men and women can browse to understand and honor the many different paths to heal strong emotions. TOM GOLDEN LCSW of Washington D.C. is an internationally known psychotherapist, author, and speaker on the topic of healing from loss. There are many resources on this page including excerpts from his three popular BOOKLETS on healing which can be ordered via email.
http://www2.dgsys.com/~tgolden/1grief.html

Death, Dying, and Grief Resources

This web page represents a large and comprehensive index or "collection" of Internet resources with a holistic perspective - one that is truly helpful to anyone pursuing a wider vision and understanding of the normal death process. It is geared toward death as "natural" and expected for all living beings.
http://www.cyberspy.com/~webster/death.html

Dying with Dignity

Dying with Dignity:A Canadian Society Concerned With The Quality of Dying
"We must allow all mature, competent persons the freedom to choose the time and manner of their dying"
http://www.web.apc.org/dwd/

King's College Center for Education about Death and Bereavement

King's College had had an effective Death Education Program since 1976. More than 2,000 students have taken our university course on Thanatology and an equal number have taken our non-credit courses. A certificate program in Palliative Care and Thanatology was started in 1994, some courses of which may
soon be available by distance (e-mail) education.
http://www.wwdc.com/death/

Grief and Loss Resource Center

This site is dedicated to all my fellow traveller's, both past and present, along the road of grief and bereavement. Grief is an equal-opportunity affliction. No one is immune from its caress. I've included "loss" as well because there are griefs associated with other things besides death. These losses and griefs include trauma and stress as well as the changes in our lives such as puberty, graduation, marriage, new job, lost job, new baby, moving, divorce and so on. It is my hope to provide a place where the issues of grief, grieving, transition, recovery and healing are addressed. Resources for ministers, police, EMS personnel, doctors, nurses, counsellors, and other professionals are provided.
http://www.kanservu.ca/~fairchild/grief/grief.html

Grief, Loss and Recovery

Offers a sampling of Prodigy-specific resources and Internet links to other grief resources.
http://pages.prodigy.com/gifts/grief.htm

GriefNet

Resources of value to those suffering loss and grief.
http://rivendell.org/

Grief Page

This page is dedicated to helping fathers deal with the loss of a child. If you would like to participate in building this page, please email me at vanessah@indirect.com.
http://www.indirect.com/www/vanessah/jack/grief.htm

Grief Recovery Institute

1997 program dates are now complete for Canada and the US.
http://www.grief-recovery.com

The Grieving Process

Provides some information for helping students learn how to live with death, dying and grief.
http://wings.buffalo.edu/student-life/ccenter/Grief/grieving.html

Growth House Death and Bereavement Links

Links to death, grief, and bereavement resources.
http://www.growthhouse.org/death.html

In Loving Memory

A monthly newsletter for those who have lost their only or all children.
http://home.earthlink.net/~jimncarol/ilm.htm

London Association of Bereavement Services

A forum for bereavement services throughout the Greater London area providing information and support to members of the public and to other professionals while offering support, training and guidance to its member services.
http://www.swich.demon.co.uk/labs/labs.html

Loss of a Loved One

Information for making the final arrangements.
http://www.metlife.com/Lifeadvi/Brochures/Loss/loss-toc.html

Men's Grief Resource

A newer site with a lot of potential.
http://bereavement.org/index.html

Motherloss

This group was started to help with the grieving issues for adult children of Moms who have died.
http://www.win.bright.net/~cnelson/Motherloss.htm

Natural Death Centre

A non-profit charitable project launched in Britain in 1991, with three psychotherapists as directors. It aims to support those dying at home and their carers and to help them arrange funerals. It has as a more general aim that of helping improve 'the quality of dying'.
http://www.newciv.org/worldtrans/naturaldeath.html

Pastoral Counseling and Psychology

A definition of Pastoral counseling with related links.
http://www.charm.net/~jlohr/pcpage.html

Pen-Parents, Inc.

A support network for bereaved parents.
http://pages.prodigy.com/NV/fgck08a/PenParents.html

People with AIDS Coalition of New York, Inc.

A newsletter focusing on AIDS and grief.
http://www.aidsnyc.org/pwac/index.html

Project Grief

"Project Grief was born with the idea of gathering together the thoughts and ideas of those who have been through a difficult time of grief on what really helped them get through the grieving years. The intention is to collect these experiences and share them with those who are suffering. "
http://members.aol.com/mmhou/grief/pgrief.htm

SIDS Net (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome)

Provides information on SIDS resources.
http://sids-network.org/

Suicide Awareness\Voices of Education

Includes a helpful Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) file, general information on suicide and some common statistics, symptoms of depression, a book list and much more in an easy-to-read format.
http://www.save.org/

Teen Age Grief

TAG creates and distributes bereavement guidance programs which are a proven avenue of healthier coping for children and teens. The "TAG" and "TAG for Kids" curriculums and activity resources are implemented by hundreds of trained leaders and facilitators, locally and internationally, serving groups and individuals, in education, health care, social service, community, law enforcement, mortuary, and spiritual settings.
http://www.smartlink.net/~tag/index.html

 


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Grief

Make sure you stay in touch with the latest news, research, reviews and debate by reading
The Human Nature Daily Review every day.

After-Loss Counseling Associates

After-Loss Associates specializes in loss and bereavement counseling to individuals, agencies (such as Employee Assistance Programs) and groups. Our current interest is in dealing with grief in the workplace. We are at work on researching this, with the working title of our article being "Grief at Work". Anyone with related resources to our areas of interest, or who would like to be on our mailing list, is welcome to contact us. We are also available to travel to present on loss and bereavement, particularly to interested workplaces, colleges, and community agencies.
http://www.netcom.com/~afterlos/small.html

Bereavement and Hospice Support Netline

We hope that this on-line directory of bereavement support groups and services and hospice bereavement programs from across the United States will provide you with information to help you or others you care about find appropriate help and support in coping with issues of loss and grief. A simple page dealing with US groups.
http://ube.ubalt.edu/www/bereavement/

Bereavement Education Center

A thorough resource co-ordinated by peeople who aim to make a difference - be sure to brwose here.
http://bereavement.org/index.html

Compassionate Friends

TCF is a self-help organization for bereaved parents and siblings. There are presently hundreds of chapters world-wide. Local chapters meet to share experiences and offer support to those going through the grief process. A chapter meeting is a safe place to talk about the trauma following the death of a child. Many chapters have separate meetings for surviving siblings. In addition to meetings most chapters sponsor a periodic newsletter. This provides a source of expression and sharing for those not able to attend the meetings.
http://pages.prodigy.com/CA/lycq97a/lycq97tcf.html

Crisis, Grief & Healing: Men and Women

This page is meant to be a place men and women can browse to understand and honor the many different paths to heal strong emotions. TOM GOLDEN LCSW of Washington D.C. is an internationally known psychotherapist, author, and speaker on the topic of healing from loss. There are many resources on this page including excerpts from his three popular BOOKLETS on healing which can be ordered via email.
http://www2.dgsys.com/~tgolden/1grief.html

Death, Dying, and Grief Resources

This web page represents a large and comprehensive index or "collection" of Internet resources with a holistic perspective - one that is truly helpful to anyone pursuing a wider vision and understanding of the normal death process. It is geared toward death as "natural" and expected for all living beings.
http://www.cyberspy.com/~webster/death.html

Dying with Dignity

Dying with Dignity:A Canadian Society Concerned With The Quality of Dying
"We must allow all mature, competent persons the freedom to choose the time and manner of their dying"
http://www.web.apc.org/dwd/

King's College Center for Education about Death and Bereavement

King's College had had an effective Death Education Program since 1976. More than 2,000 students have taken our university course on Thanatology and an equal number have taken our non-credit courses. A certificate program in Palliative Care and Thanatology was started in 1994, some courses of which may
soon be available by distance (e-mail) education.
http://www.wwdc.com/death/

Grief and Loss Resource Center

This site is dedicated to all my fellow traveller's, both past and present, along the road of grief and bereavement. Grief is an equal-opportunity affliction. No one is immune from its caress. I've included "loss" as well because there are griefs associated with other things besides death. These losses and griefs include trauma and stress as well as the changes in our lives such as puberty, graduation, marriage, new job, lost job, new baby, moving, divorce and so on. It is my hope to provide a place where the issues of grief, grieving, transition, recovery and healing are addressed. Resources for ministers, police, EMS personnel, doctors, nurses, counsellors, and other professionals are provided.
http://www.kanservu.ca/~fairchild/grief/grief.html

Grief, Loss and Recovery

Offers a sampling of Prodigy-specific resources and Internet links to other grief resources.
http://pages.prodigy.com/gifts/grief.htm

GriefNet

Resources of value to those suffering loss and grief.
http://rivendell.org/

Grief Page

This page is dedicated to helping fathers deal with the loss of a child. If you would like to participate in building this page, please email me at vanessah@indirect.com.
http://www.indirect.com/www/vanessah/jack/grief.htm

Grief Recovery Institute

1997 program dates are now complete for Canada and the US.
http://www.grief-recovery.com

The Grieving Process

Provides some information for helping students learn how to live with death, dying and grief.
http://wings.buffalo.edu/student-life/ccenter/Grief/grieving.html

Growth House Death and Bereavement Links

Links to death, grief, and bereavement resources.
http://www.growthhouse.org/death.html

In Loving Memory

A monthly newsletter for those who have lost their only or all children.
http://home.earthlink.net/~jimncarol/ilm.htm

London Association of Bereavement Services

A forum for bereavement services throughout the Greater London area providing information and support to members of the public and to other professionals while offering support, training and guidance to its member services.
http://www.swich.demon.co.uk/labs/labs.html

Loss of a Loved One

Information for making the final arrangements.
http://www.metlife.com/Lifeadvi/Brochures/Loss/loss-toc.html

Men's Grief Resource

A newer site with a lot of potential.
http://bereavement.org/index.html

Motherloss

This group was started to help with the grieving issues for adult children of Moms who have died.
http://www.win.bright.net/~cnelson/Motherloss.htm

Natural Death Centre

A non-profit charitable project launched in Britain in 1991, with three psychotherapists as directors. It aims to support those dying at home and their carers and to help them arrange funerals. It has as a more general aim that of helping improve 'the quality of dying'.
http://www.newciv.org/worldtrans/naturaldeath.html

Pastoral Counseling and Psychology

A definition of Pastoral counseling with related links.
http://www.charm.net/~jlohr/pcpage.html

Pen-Parents, Inc.

A support network for bereaved parents.
http://pages.prodigy.com/NV/fgck08a/PenParents.html

People with AIDS Coalition of New York, Inc.

A newsletter focusing on AIDS and grief.
http://www.aidsnyc.org/pwac/index.html

Project Grief

"Project Grief was born with the idea of gathering together the thoughts and ideas of those who have been through a difficult time of grief on what really helped them get through the grieving years. The intention is to collect these experiences and share them with those who are suffering. "
http://members.aol.com/mmhou/grief/pgrief.htm

SIDS Net (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome)

Provides information on SIDS resources.
http://sids-network.org/

Suicide Awareness\Voices of Education

Includes a helpful Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) file, general information on suicide and some common statistics, symptoms of depression, a book list and much more in an easy-to-read format.
http://www.save.org/

Teen Age Grief

TAG creates and distributes bereavement guidance programs which are a proven avenue of healthier coping for children and teens. The "TAG" and "TAG for Kids" curriculums and activity resources are implemented by hundreds of trained leaders and facilitators, locally and internationally, serving groups and individuals, in education, health care, social service, community, law enforcement, mortuary, and spiritual settings.
http://www.smartlink.net/~tag/index.html

 


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Ian Pitchford and Robert M. Young - Last updated: 28 May, 2005 02:29 PM

US -
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