Helping Others in Their Grief
To help others grieve, one must be able to remain focused on the other’s loss. Several communication skills are helpful: active listening, use of “I statements,” asking clarifying questions, paraphrasing and sitting in silence. Based on the research of Dr Alan Wofelt, this is great information for a Bereavement Ministry. Handouts will be sent on Monday for you to download and print: Text of the PP and handouts.
Marge holds a BS in medical technology, an MS in administrative leadership with a focus in adult education and two certificates in grief support. She started her career in medical technology and retired in 2015 from volunteer management. She has a passion in lifelong learning and helping people learn about ... read more