Grief, Trauma, & Loss

Recovering from Miscarriage
October 22, 2014

Every day couples across the world hope and pray for babies. Women take their basal body temperature, track their ovulation, and take injections with the hope and desire to see those two beautiful lines from their home pregnancy test....

The Cost of Not Caring  
October 10, 2014

As my wife Cathy and I are on our final descent into San Francisco, I cannot help but feel the irony of seeing the Golden Gate Bridge off the right side of our plane and knowing that it is...

Healing Your Trauma Wounds
August 2, 2011

Traumatic events are distressing or life-threatening experiences that can severely compromise emotional well-being. Such events can include being the victim of a crime, experiencing or witnessing a severe accident, receiving a life-threatening medical diagnosis, exposure to a natural disaster,...

Understanding and Treating PTSD
December 29, 2010

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), regardless of its cause, takes a heavier toll than it is widely known on the mind and behavior of its victims. PTSD sufferers feel, think and behave as in a state of prolonged, and for...

How to Protect Your Child from the Pain of Divorce
September 29, 2010

Helpful tips to assist with the divorce process, and to protect your child's emotional wellbeing, and ensure a smooth transition for your family.

What to Expect When We Experience Loss
June 7, 2010

At some point in our lives, each of us will experience grief. Grief is an adjustment period that happens after any significant loss. We may experience grief from the loss of a family member or friend, the loss or...