Save time and energy as you begin a Grief Support Group, or add new ideas and material to a current group! The Grief Support Group Manual by Resources for Grief will contribute to the success of your group meetings. Includes FREE SHIPPING!
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Resources for Grief is dedicated to providing personalized, supportive, and compassionate resources for those who grieve. Our professional and beautifully-written bereavement resources can be used by organizations such as hospice programs, funeral homes, and faith communities, or by individuals who wish to provide encouragement and support to someone who is grieving. The stress of grief usually takes a physical and emotional toll on survivors. Trustworthy and consistent grief support can make a tremendous difference in helping the bereaved adjust and cope. The Author and Creator of Resources for Grief products is a Registered Nurse and Mental Health Counselor. In creating the Resources for Grief product line, she drew on her 25 years of experience in grief support work as well as the expertise of other grief professionals and the bereaved. The result is resources you can use with confidence!About the Author & Creator
Rebecca Hauder, the author and creator of Resources for Grief products, is a Registered Nurse, Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She worked for many years in the hospice setting, both as a nurse and a bereavement coordinator. She also designed and facilitated grief support groups in hospices, hospitals and funeral homes. In her private clinical practice she has provided counseling to grieving persons throughout the Idaho Treasure Valley. Additionally, she has trained other professionals on grief and loss, both in the United States and abroad. Her rich cross-cultural experiences and exposure to many world religions, including a variety of Christian denominations, give her sensitivity and respect for differing beliefs, religions, and cultures, as reflected in her writings. Rebecca's background as a nurse and mental health practitioner also gives her a profound regard for the relationship between physical, mental, and spiritual health. Rebecca has served as an Adjunct Professor for Boise State University's Department of Counselor Education, on the Clinical Advisory Board of the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Idaho Chapter, and as an Executive Board Member of the Idaho Mental Health Counselor's Association. She has written for a variety of publications, including an article in The Forum Newsletter, published by the Association for Death Education and Counseling, on "Revisiting Childhood Grief at Midlife". This came out of the author's childhood experience of losing her sister in a tragic accident. Rebecca resides in Boise, Idaho with her husband of 38 years. Together they share a passion for bicycle touring and travel. She has 2 grown children and several grandchildren.