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Bereavement Unravelled: Death is as old as life and so is bereavement. Whether a death is sudden or expected, the process of coming to terms with it is challenging. Themes of anger, loss, sadness and resentment about the actual death as well as a wide range of feelings about the person who died can all surface in waves. Old skeletons pertaining to the relationship, family, history and oneself can also lead to confusion, disillusionment and challenges with surviving loved ones. The stages of grieving are complicated. However, the process also creates an opportunity to find new hope, strength and enlightenment in areas that were previously cast in shadow. In this powerful episode of Intuitive Transformation Radio, Matthew Engel and Joy Barker will discuss the process of grieving and rebirth in the aftermath of the loss of a loved one.
Matthew Engel is a psychotherapist, hypnotherapist, past life regression therapist and intuitive counselor who has supported thousands of people in transforming their lives for 18 years. He is also the host of Intuitive Transformation Radio. For more info and to sign up for his popular newsletter, please visit: www.matthewengel.com
Joy Barker is a psychic, angel intuitive trained by Doreen Virtue and Host of Angel Talk Cafe on Blogtalk. She has supported countelss people in achieving clarity and loving guidance when they needed it most. For more info, please visit: angeltalkcafe.com
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August Goforth joins us tonight and we will discuss Grief and Bereavement. He will update us on the progress of his next book and share some of the contents of that book with us.
We will open up the phone lines and take questions live or from chat.
August Goforth, a licensed psychotherapist in private practice in New York City, is also an intuitive-mental and psychophysical spirit medium. Timothy Gray was a writer, editor, and photographer in New York City until he made his transition to his present Risen existence in the early 1990s. With two spirit teams known to them as "The Risen Collective & The Risen Assembly" they assisted in writing and manifesting a book, called: "The Risen: Dialogues of Love, Grief, & Survival Beyond Death—21st Century Reports from the Afterlife Through Contemplative, Intuitive, & Physical Mediumship."
As a work-in-progress, the book took almost eight years to complete.
To learn more about it, visit www.therisenbooks.com
August is currently working on a new book with The Risen about grief and bereavement.
He has also been a guest on Coast 2 Coast, Forever Family Foundation, Hay House Radio with Eldon Taylor, Late Night With Pete Price, and many others.
Check out August’s blog at http://augustgoforth.blogspot.ca/
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Are you dealing with grief after a loss? Looking for grief support? Join Grief Recovery Specialist, Audrey Pellicano R.N., on Giving Grief a Voice.
What are bereavement services?
How can Hospice support a grieving family?
How can a bereaved individual care for themselves after loss?
Why is grief so difficult?
Join me and my guest Bruce Page, Volunteer and Bereavement Coordinator at Hospice and Palliative Care of Westchester, as we discuss these questions and provide answers to the many questions that arise when caring for and following the death of a loved one.
Bruce Page Bruce just concluded 35 years of Protestant ministry. He developed youth ministries for six congregations. After training as a psychotherapist, Bruce began Hospice work nine years ago providing Spiritual Care (Chaplaincy) to patient families at home or in nursing homes.
Dr. Luciano Sabatini, author of "Bereavement Counseling in the School Setting" will discuss his recently released book. And, of course, share his thoughts on the writing and publishing process. Teachers, counselors, school administrators -- this show's for you!
Grief, loss and bereavement- three experiences each of us are very likely to have at some point in our lives. We all react differently to loss- is there a right and wrong way? What are some factors which influence our reaction?Join Dr. Chan and I in another informal discussion as we share our thoughts and explore our feelings regarding grief, loss and bereavement.
How do children handle crisis and chaos in their lives? Whether within the confines of a dysfunctional family, or in the context of a public, traumatic event, children must be taught how to process the information and their feelings about it if they are going to be able to function normally.
To further discuss grief and bereavement of children, our guest, Dr. David Schonfeld will help listeners understand a child’s reaction to disaster and loss and how to best guide them through loss of a parent or friend.
This month, Suzane welcomes special guest, Rev. Terri Daniel.
Terri is an ordained interfaith minister, clinical chaplain and intuitive counselor who assists dying and grieving individuals to discover a more spiritually spacious understanding of death and beyond. She is the author of two previous books: A Swan in Heaven: Conversations Between Two Worlds, which chronicles after-death dialogs with her son Danny, who died at age 16 in 2006; and Embracing Death: A New Look at Grief, Gratitude and God, offering a unique metaphysical perspective on birth, death and the afterlife via her channeled teachings on religious history, spirituality and the journey of the soul.
Terri is an in-demand teacher, speaker and workshop presenter for conferences and symposiums worldwide. Her experience includes facilitating bereavement support groups for children and adults, hospice and hospital chaplaincy, shamanic practices for helping souls cross over, sacred ceremonies, death-awareness education and grief counseling. In 2010 she founded the Afterlife Education Foundation and its annual conference, which features the world's leading researchers, counselors and educators in the metaphysics of death, dying and bereavement.
In addition to writing, teaching and chaplaincy work, Terri recently launched a new service that provides end-of-life spiritual care to animals and their families that are facing life-threatening diagnoses or critical injuries.
If you have experienced some sort of traumatic incident in your life, whether it be the loss of a loved one, domestic violence, sexual abuse, natural disasters even.l.Emotional and psychological trauma is the result of extraordinarily stressful events that shatter your sense of security, making you feel helpless and vulnerable in a dangerous world.Traumatic experiences often involve a threat to life or safety, but any situation that leaves you feeling overwhelmed and alone can be traumatic, even if it doesn’t involve physical harm. It’s not the objective facts that determine whether an event is traumatic, but your subjective emotional experience of the event. The more frightened and helpless you feel, the more likely you are to be traumatized. There is something called "Traumatic Incident Reduction" that can be helpful.Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR) is a brief, memory-based, therapeutic intervention for children, adolescents, and adults who have experienced crime-related and/or interpersonal violence, war, disasters, torture, childhood abuse, neglect, emotional abuse, traumatic bereavement, or other severe or shocking events. The program is designed to resolve symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, and low expectancy of success (i.e., low self-efficacy) by integrating dissociated cognitive and emotional aspects of traumatic memory. Join me and my special guest speaker as we discuss trauma here on The Serenity Show live at 9pm CT at 646-929-0421 and/or www.blogtalkradio.com/ritahodges. Audience participation is encouraged. Live listeners, go to the bottom of the episodes page and click on the live link so you can chat online in my studio with me. Its free!! See you there!