Bereavement Magazine Published bi-monthly. Ten years after the death of her 17-year-old daughter, Andrea Gambill founded this magazine. She is actively involved in support group leadership and grief counseling.
Because the grief-stricken have stories to tell and a need to know the stories of others, the material in the magazine comes from the bereaved themselves. There are also regular articles in the magazine written by professionals who are eminent in the field of grief intervention. Their articles address physical and mental health issues, the psychology of mourning, ecumenical faith and cross-cultural perspectives, the grief of children, and even humor - just to name a few.
Bereavement Publishing, Inc.
8133 Telegraph Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80920-7169
Phone: 719- 282-1948 FAX: 719- 282-1850
Subscription rates: 3-Issue, $15; 1 years $29; 2 years,$53
Lifelines: A quarterly publication of The Family Ministries Office, Ministry to the Widowed of the Archdiocese of Chicago.
c/o Martha Tressler, Coordinator
Archdiocese of Chicago
155 E. Superior St.
Chicago, IL 60611
Accord Aftercare Services. An organization that specializes in grief recovery and bereavement. Support materials such as books, videos, magazines, holiday programs, etc. are available to hospitals, support groups, counselors and individuals. Accord publishes a newsletter, Hopeline, which furnishes care providers with relevant information about helping the bereaved. Issues include profiles of bereavement support programs from all over the world.
1941 Bishop Lane
Louisville, KY 40218
The Center Expands Again! Please join us in welcoming Megan Kelleher, LCSW who comes to us with wonderfully empathic presence, and a broad range of helping skills. You can learn more about her by visiting our Therapists section or clicking on this link.
Community Walk for Grief Support: Celebrating 25 Years of Transformation
The Center celebrated its 25th year anniversary with a fund raiser walk in Rogers Park, Chicago on June 4. [read more]
New interview on ideas for what to say and do to support the bereaved, by the Center's Meg Kelleher, LCSW.[read here]
Pain Bonds Us - I feel close to you when you let your pain show. A protective shield inside me slides away.[read more]
Private Practice: Dynamic Psychotherapy and Bereavement Counseling (CEU)[read more]
You Know Therapy Is Working When . . . - You feel increasingly uncomfortable with the status quo when it is causing harm. [read more]
Ideas About Mourning - For the griever the future feels shattered; everything hoped for is broken and gone/ lost like a broken mirror. [read more]
Myths and Realities of Mourning - Regrettably, our society maintains a host of unrealistic assumptions and inappropriate expectations when it comes to the work of grief and mourning. Here are some myths to consider:[read more]
The Difference Between Grief and Mourning - It is critical to know the difference between grief and mourning. Both processes are there to help the bereaved face the reality that their loved one is gone and then to slowly begin to accommodate to that fact. [read more]