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Grief and Loss Today            
GaLT Magazine - Volume 2 Issue 1
      A Silent Storm
By Andrea Heeres, MSW
      Not Important Enough To Grieve
By Barbara Woodiwiss
      Alive in our Hearts: The Unique Pain of Miscarriage
By Andrea Heeres, MSW
      Kids Korner: Pioneers in Disenfranchised Grief
By Andrea Heeres, MSW
      Allow Yourself To Surrender
By Dr. Alan Wolfelt
      Comfort Corner: Scottish Oatcakes
By Sue Yurick
GaLT Magazine - Volume 1 Issue 2
    Understanding Suicide
By Andrea Heeres, MSW
Suicide: Some Understanding is Certain to Initiate and Develop Empathy
By Carol Loehr
  The Suicide Solution?
(Author’s Name Withheld by Request)
  Helping Children Grieve During the Holidays
By Pamela Gabbay, M.A., FT
    Holiday Comfort Recipe: Pumpkin Chili with Black Beans
By Sue Yurick
GaLT Magazine - Volume 1 Issue 1
    The Journey Through Grief: The Mourner's Six Reconciliation Needs
By Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D.
Holy Cow, You Mean I'm Normal?
By Andrea Heeres, MSW
    Making Sense Out of Nonsense
By Grief and Loss Today Editorial Staff
  Is a Grief Support Group Right for Me?
By Grief and Loss Today Editorial Staff
    Comfort Corner
By Andrea Heeres, MSW and Donna Brandenburg
Advances In Bereavement            
AIB Magazine - Volume 3 Issue 1
      View From the Back of the Closet
By Andrea Heeres, MSW
      The Masculine Side of Healing
By Tom Golden, LCSW
      Healing Actions
By Tom Golden, LCSW
      Men & Grief: Staring Down the Eye of the Storm
By Carlos Andres Gomez
AIB Magazine - Volume 2 Issue 6
View From the Back of The Closet
By Andrea Heeres, MSW
    Coping with the Holidays: Creating Holiday Memories
By Patti Anewalt , PhD, LPC, FT
  Candlelight Service of Sharing
By Andrea Heeres, MSW
  Supporting Grieving Children Through the Holidays
By AIB Staff
    Seeing Life Through Our Personal History: It’s a Gray World
By Stan Goldberg
AIB Magazine - Volume 2 Issue 5
  View From the Back of the Closet ~ Getting Creative
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    Grief and Loss Counseling Using Creative Interventions and Techniques
By Thelma Duffey, Ph.D.
    Beyond Words: Expressing Grief and Loss
By Marlise R. Lonn, LPC, Bereavement Specialist
  EMDR as a Healing Tool in Transforming Traumatic Grief
By Beth S. Patterson, MA. LPC
    Positive Psychology: Does It Support or Shut Down Grief?
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
AIB Magazine - Volume 2 Issue 4
  The View from the Back of the Closet ~ Tending to Teens
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
      Grieving Teens: How You Can Help
By Dr. Michelle Pearlman
      Bereavement Brain, Adolescent Style
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
  Teen Grief Bill of Rights
By Hospice Hug
    Writing the Book On It
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
      Assessing a Teen's Risk for Suicide
By Staff Writers
AIB Magazine - Volume 2 Issue 3
  The View from the Back of the Closet - Giving Until It Hurts
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
      A Child’s Grief Journey Through Abuse
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
      Helping Grieving Children at School
By Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D.
      Children and Grief and Trauma: We Can Help
By Linda Goldman
    Children of Divorce: A Forever Grief?
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    Youthful Yoga
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    The Value of Comfort Food
By Staff Writer
AIB Magazine - Volume 2 Issue 2
  View From the Back of the Closet: Giving Until It Hurts
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
      De-traumatizing Traumatic Workplaces
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    Resilience and How To Grow Some
By Staff Writer
  True Strength: Learning to Feel What Is
Nancy Colier, Psychotherapist, interfaith minister, writer and public speaker
    Grieving Secondary Traumatic Stress
By Dr. Jim Henry
  When Dumb Things are Said to Grieving People
By David Green
      When Can I Fly Again?
By Magdalene Law, Art Therapy & Counseling Student
      Communication and Patient Care
By Brandon Yuenger, University of Michigan Physical Therapy Student
    Easy as (Pizza) Pie
By Staff Writer
AIB Magazine - Volume 2 Issue 1
  View From the Back of the Closet
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    Breaking All the Rules~ At Least the Lousy Ones!
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    Please Fence Me In
By Staff Writer
  Self-Care: An Assessment
By Dennis Portnoy
    Compassion Fatigue Is Flourishing In Professional Caregivers
By Dr. Sherry E. Showalter PhD., LCSW, BCD, M.Msc.
      A Meaningful Mask
By Magdalene Law, MA in Art Therapy & Counseling Student
    Mahamantra Meditation
By Brandon Yuenger, University of Michigan Physical Therapy Student
    Green and Red Holiday Quiche
By Staff Writer
AIB Magazine - Volume 1 Issue 5
  View From the Back of the Closet
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    Assessment: The Key to the Bereavement Care Kingdom
By Staff Writer
      Grief Work With At-Risk Kids
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    Effective Exposure Therapies for Children
By Staff Writer
    Trauma and Delinquency
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specilist
    Seabiscuit
By David Green
    EMDR and Art: The Infinity Technique ™
By Magdalene Law, Art Therapy & Counseling Student
    Five Quick Steps to a Better Back
By Brandon Yuenger, University of Michigan Physical Therapy Student
    Grandma Jo Meringue Mint Cookies
By Kate Laughlin
AIB Magazine - Volume 1 Issue 4
  The View From the Back of the Closet
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    Focus on Forgiveness
By Staff Writer
    The Imperfect Marriage ~ A Self-Esteem Saboteur
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
  Group Work For Those Who Hurt
By Staff Writer
    After The Loss: Grieving the Imperfect Marriage
By Susan J. Zonnerbelt-Smeenge, R.N., Ed.D, Licensed Clinical Psychologists and Robert C. DeVries, D. Min., Ph.D. Ordained Minister
  Death of a Myth
By Donna Brandenburg, Advances In Bereavement Executive Team
    It Doesn't Have to be, "Til Death do us Part"
By Sybil Sage
    Memorable Paper Mosaics
By Staff Writer
      When My Fat Pants Were No Longer Comfortable
By Laura Burnham, MA, LLP, CMT, Intrinsic Coach®
    Mary's BBQ Pulled Pork Burrito
By Brandon Yuenger
AIB Magazine - Volume 1 Issue 3
  The View from the Back of the Closet
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
  Next Time, Let Me Play Tetris!!!
By Staff Writer
      Unmissable Truths About The Future of Bereavement
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    Hospice and EMDR
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    Traumatic Stress and Grief
By Sherry Russell MA, BCBT, BCETS
      Storytelling in Resolving Trauma
From the Blog of Courtney Armstrong, Author of Transforming Traumatic Grief
    Writing Through Grief
By Kathleen O’Connor, LLC
    Walking Back From The Cemetery
By Kathleen O'Connor, LLC
    Self-Care Exercises
By Brandon Yuenger, University of Michigan Physical Therapy Student - Do you carry your stress in your neck and shoulders?
    Comfort Food: Blueberry Almond Oat Bars
By Laura Burnham, MA, LLP, CMT
AIB Magazine - Volume 1 Issue 2
  The View from the Back of the Closet
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    The Meaning of Meaning-Making
By Staff Writer
    Clinical Implications of Meaning-Making
By Staff Writer
    Grief and the Quest for Meaning
By Robert A. Neimeyer, PhD, Center for Loss and Life Transtion, Department of Psychology, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN
  Children and Meaning-Making
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
      Intro to Art Therapy & Grief
By Magdalene Law, BFA in Graphic Design, Art Therapy Student
    Self-Care for the Bereavement Professional
By Laura Burnham, MA LLP, CMT
    Comfort Food: The Rufus P. Jankin’s Special
By Brandon Yuenger
AIB Magazine - Volume 1 Issue 1
  The View from the Back of the Closet
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    Prolonged Grief Disorder ~ Pathology or Prudence?
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    Predisposition, Assessment and Treatment Issues for Prolonged Grief Disorder
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialis
    Prolonged Grief Disorder: The Inappropriate Application of the Medical Model to Grief Care
By Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D., Director, Center for Loss and Life Transition
    Pros and Cons of PGD
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    Music for Wellness
By Rebecca J. Findley, MT-BC, Music Therapist - President, Michigan Music Therapists
Advances In Hospice            
AIH Magazine - Volume 2 Issue 1
      Dignity Therapy: Pros and Cons
By Andrea Heeres, MSW
      Book Review of Dignity Therapy: Final Words for Final Days By Harvey Max Chochinov
Reviewed by Tim Ford
      Understanding Aging: We're Not Children
By Stan Goldberg, Ph.D.
      The Five Percent Solution: Volunteers Aren't Just for Mailings Anymore
By Ann Metherd
AIH Magazine - Volume 1 Issue 4
      Seeing the Unseen
By Rev. Timothy Lister
      Hospice and Euthanasia
By Andrea Heeres, MSW
    “Shoot me, Please”: The Right to Die
By Stan Goldberg
  End of Life Connections
By Amanda Hughes
  The Story of Jill
By Dana VanderMey, RN
AIH Magazine - Volume 1 Issue 3
      Hearts of Remembrance Children's Day: A Celebration of Life
By Kathleen A. McConnell and Pauline DePalma
      Children and Grief and Trauma: We Can Help
By Linda Goldman
    Fundraising Outside the Hospice Box
By AIH Staff Writers
      Boundaries in the Touchy Feel-y World of Hospice
By Andrea Heeres, MSW
AIH Magazine - Volume 1 Issue 2
      Building Children’s Lighthouse of Minnesota – a Pediatric Respite and Hospice Home
By Katie Lindenfelser
      Taming Team Tension
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
    Just Plain Stephie: Conversations at the End of Life
By J. Scott Janssen, MSW, LCSW
    Serving Those Who Have Served
By Staff Writers
  The Five Percent Solution: A Hospice Hero From the Land of Dame Cicely
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
AIH Magazine - Volume 1 Issue 1
      Quality Hospice Care: Turning Maslow on His Head!
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
      Taming Trauma Turnover
By Andrea Heeres, MSW, Advanced Bereavement Specialist
      Reflections on the “Ultimate Death Symbol”: Saying Hello on the Pathway to Goodbye
By Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D.
  Hospice Heroes ~ The Five Percent Solution - Bringing Joy Through Song
By Marc DeRuiter
    Inspiring to His Dying Day
By John Acosta

 



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