• 01:00

    Grief Relief With Audrey Pellicano

    in Self Help

    www.umagirish.com
    Author of "Understanding Death: 10 Ways to Inner Peace for the Grieving", Uma Girish is also a speaker and Dream coach. She is passionate about helping women find meaning and purpose following a tough transition: the loss of a marriage, home, job or a loved one.
     
    A Certified Grief Recovery Specialist and Health Coach, Audrey Pellicano has a 7-week program where she helps clients gain clarity with their grief, move beyond what's keeping them stuck and regain their zest for life.
    In this interview, Audrey and I will discuss her program and also her work with widows and corporates for grief healing. She is also the host of NYC's first Death Cafe and we will talk about the concept behind death cafes.

  • 00:37

    When Doctors Grieve a Patients Death

    in Health

    Are you dealing with grief after a loss? Join Health and Transitions Mentor for Widowed Women, Audrey Pellicano CEO of Wise Widow on Grief Talk with Audrey where we bring experts in the fields of death and dying, grief and loss, hope and healing.


    Do doctors grieve when their patients die? In the medical profession, such grief is seldom discussed — except, perhaps, as an example of the sort of emotion that a skilled doctor avoids feeling.  


    Join me and my special guest calling in from Israel, Leeat Granek, PhD a critical health psychologist who studies grief, loss and cancer patients and their families, as we discuss the results that she and her colleagues discovered in their research on oncologists and patient loss: Not only do doctors experience grief, but the professional taboo on the emotion also has negative consequences for the doctors themselves, as well as for the quality of care they provide.


    Read the NY Times article :http://goo.gl/hYhLZ


    See Leeat on youtube http://goo.gl/e5Kupm


     


     

  • 00:30

    Angels Sending Hope

    in Self Help

    Are you dealing with grief after a loss? Join Grief Recovery Specialist Audrey Pellicano R.N. on Grief Talk with Audrey.
    Think about how it would make you feel to touch the lives and hearts of those who are suffering!  Angels Sending Hope is a non-profit organization founded in 2012.  They are a group of caring individuals (Angels) who are dedicated to touching the lives and hearts of others who are experiencing difficult times.
    Their mission is to encourage and provide friendship to individuals and families around the world who are experiencing a death in the family, critical illness, or having a difficult time with life.
    Join me to hear Wendy tell her story of hope and inspiration. www.angelssendinghope.com
     
     

  • 00:37

    Yoga for the Grieving Heart

    in Health

    Are you dealing with grief after a loss? Join Grief Recovery Specialist, Audrey Pellicano R.N. on Grief Talk with Audrey.
    Grief is the deep sorrow caused by missing the physical presence of another, and this loss can seem unbearable. Yoga philosophy might bring you comfort, as you reexamine your loss from a Yoga perspective. But the poses will change your "body mind"! This ancient system of balanced health is actually a state of mind. Stillness. Being in the present moment, allowing us to move from a stressful mindset, from DISEASE to EASE. This is the key to Yoga's health benefits.
    Galvanized by an unshakable sadness after her sister's death, hospice nurse Lorna Bell combined the poses from a study validating Yoga's benefits for depression to those mourning a significant loss.
    As a hospice provider, Lorna has witnessed many family members struggle with the typically long period of mourning the bereaved experience. Yoga can offer them respite, natural mood elevation, tools such as yoga breathing to gain emotional control, and renewed strength and flexibility, to begin the process of healing.
    Join me with my guest Lorna Bell, R.N. Certified Hospice and Palliative Care Nurse as we discuss the mind/body connection and the healing art of yoga.
    http://www.yogaforgrief.com/
     
     

  • 00:43

    The Art of Presence to Ease Grief at End-of-Life: Part 3

    in Health

    Join Health and Transitions Mentor for Widowed Women, Audrey Pellicano CEO of Wise Widow on Grief Talk with Audrey where we bring experts in the fields of death and dying, grief and loss,hope and healing.


    How can th four questions help you heal after the death of a loved one? 


    This is the last in a three-part series with my guest Dr.Virgina Seno PhD, R.N.


    Dr. Seno’s work and research are filled with stories of nurses, doctors, scientists and others who have observed a problem with communication at the end of life and in bereavement and have worked to solve it. The results of her accomplishments have been presented at professional meetings, documented in scientific journals and poster presentations and reported by the media.


    Dr. Seno, an end-of-life communication coach, will share four questions and techniques on how to use them to create more ease and effectiveness in end-of-life communication by clinicians, lay people and families. Download the tool here: http://goo.gl/gi8zN3


    Part 3: How can those grieving the death of a loved one use the four questions and techniques to facilitate their own and others healing and recovery from loss through death.


    http://www.esseinstitute.com

  • 00:40

    National Grief Awareness Day with Angie Cartwright

    in Health

    On grief talk with Audrey, I bring you experts in the fields of death and dying, grief and loss, hope and healing and those who have themselves been on their own grief journey, to share their experiences and skills to help my listeners.


    Angie Cartwright is the founder of National Grief Awareness Day which occurs on August 30th.   Angie has experienced the pain of loss many times over in her life. She learned the hard way that those who grieve are often marginalize and misunderstood. Now, she is helping people tear off the mask of "I'm fine" and "I'm okay" and instead encourages people to grieve honestly and freely, and above all embrace their feelings.


    Join the movement https://www.facebook.com/grieftheunspoken?v=wall

  • 00:38

    Loss and Growth: The Grief Spiral

    in Health

    Are you dealing with grief after a loss? Join Grief Recovery Specialist, Audrey Pellicano R.N. on Grief Talk with Audrey.
    What is Transformative Bereavement? Join me and my guest Elissa Bishop-Becker as we discuss the four stages Elissa has identified, that of Loss, Return, Reconnection, and Creation.
    Elissa Bishop-Becker's professional journey began with her own grief journey. After experiencing multiple losses, she returned to school and received her M.Ed. (Master of Education) degree from the College of William and Mary in 2000. Along with that piece of paper came a new direction and meaning for her life. Elissa is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), a National Certified Counselor (NCC), a nationally recognized expert in the field of grief and loss, and the co-founder of the Center for Transformative Counseling in Key West, Florida.
    For Elissa's book: http://goo.gl/LPQvoF.

  • 00:32

    Butterflies From Heaven

    in Health

    Are you dealing with grief after a loss? Join Grief Recovery Specialist, Audrey Pellicano R.N. on Grief Talk with Audrey.
    Butterflies From Heaven: Healing Hearts After a Death In The Family
    Jennifer Minnite’s book helps heal the hearts of both children and parents. A gentle parenting tool, this book begins the conversation of what happens to our loved ones after they die. It is the story of six-year-old Sophia who is comforted by her wise Nan’s inspirational story about butterflies from heaven after the unexpected death of her baby brother.
    Join me and my guest Jennifer Minnite, the author, as she shares her story of loss and hope that was her inspiration for writing Butterflies From Heaven.
    Click here to learn more about Jennifer’s book http://goo.gl/bsB49e

  • 00:31

    Saturday Night Widows with Becky Aikman

    in Health

    On grief talk with Audrey, I bring you experts in the fields of death and dying, grief and loss, hope and healing and those who have themselves been on their own grief journey, to share their experiences and skills to help my listeners.


    Forced to remake her life after the death of her husband, Becky Aikman gathered five other young widows like herself and took a forthright approach to finding happiness again. Armed with up-to-date research, they rejected the now discredited five stages of grief and substituted laughter, adventure, friendship, and a healthy interest in, yes, love.


    Important, insightful, and sharply humorous, Aikman’s SATURDAY NIGHT WIDOWS: The Adventures of Six Friends Remaking Their Lives (on sale in paperback December 31, 2013) offers a distinctive take on a largely under-covered but universal topic—starting over after losing someone close to you. Recent research, Aikman was surprised to discover, indicates that traditional approaches to coping with loss can be isolating and depressing. The Saturday Night Widows followed the recommendations of the latest thinking, sharing new experiences together one Saturday night every month for a year.


    http://www.amazon.com/Saturday-Night-Widows-Adventures-Remaking/dp/0307590437

  • 00:29

    Living with Loss, One Day at a Time: Rachel Kodanaz

    in Health

    On grief talk with Audrey, I bring you experts in the fields of death and dying, grief and loss, hope and healing and those who have themselves been on their own grief journey, to share their experiences and skills to help my listeners.


    "It was a perfect life; one that many would be envious of. One that I always dreamed of but thought only occurred in the movies-mainly because my life until then was nothing like the movies. There were many life hardships that got me to where I was, but despite my hurt and self-doubt, I found the perfect husband, gave birth to a wonderful daughter, maintained a fulfilling career, and lived in a house full of love, laughter, and happyness. Just when Rod had helped me to build the life of my dreams, April 14,1992, arrived and my world ended. I spoke to my husband at 5:20 pm and told him I would pick up our daugher, Gretchen, from day care and would meet him at home. I got home, and he wasn't there, nor would he ever return.  He passed away leaving his office at the age of thirty-two."


    Rachel joined the grief world in 1992 when her husband suddenly passed away, leaving her with a two-year-old daughter. Her experience in the management of large corporations led her to develop and publish resources about how to support grief and loss in the workplace.


    Join me and my guest Rachel Kodanaz author, speaker and coach as she shares her story of loss and hope.

  • 00:30

    A Good Goodbye

    in Health

    Are you dealing with grief after a loss? Join Grief Recovery Specialist, Audrey Pellicano R.N. on Grief Talk with Audrey.
    “Just as talking about sex won’t make you pregnant, talking about funerals won’t make you dead — and your family will benefit from the conversation. Let’s get the conversation started!”
    ~ Gail Rubin, The Doyenne of Death®
    www.AGoodGoodbye.com
      Funeral Planning for Those Who Don’t Plan to Die
    Why are people hesitant to discuss death or funeral planning?
    Join me and my guest Gail Rubin, The Doyenne of Death®, who starts funeral planning conversations with a light touch on a serious subject, using humor, funny films, and in-depth knowledge. Find out what can she do for you, your family or your business.
       
       
       

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