Grief

Japan Tsunami | Orlando Trauma Counselor 6 Tips for Coping with Stress & Trauma

By |March 12th, 2011|

Are you completely overwhelmed with shock and stress as you watched the horrific destruction from the earthquake in Japan that unleashed a 23 foot Tsunami?  The Tsunami moved faster than a jetliner at 500 miles an hour (10 miles per minute) causing more destruction in Hawaii, and effected the West Coast of California.  Additionally, radiation

WHY would a young mother commit suicide? | Michelle Dubois | Orlando Depression Counseling

By |February 12th, 2011|

Why would she do such a thing?   How could we have helped her?  Why would she leave her young boys?  Will she go to Heaven?  How will we live without her?  What should we tell her children?  What was she thinking?  Didn’t she know how much we loved her?

These are just a few of the unanswered

5 Tips for Coping with Sudden Loss: Boone High School Fatal Accident | Orlando Grief Counseling

By |February 7th, 2011|

Six friends, all current or former Boone High School students swerved off the road yesterday resulting in the deaths of Laura Grant, 17 and her boyfriend Eddie Culbehouse, 19.  Elizabeth Harrison, 18, was critically injured.  Also surviving the crash is Elizabeth’s boyfriend Hershall “Billy” Keeton, age 19, and Connor Geis and Alisa Pelot, both 17

7 Coping Tips for the Chilean Miners | Orlando Trauma Grief and Loss Counselor

By |October 19th, 2010|

Millions of people have been glued to their television sets for the past two days as the Chilean miners have been plucked from their mineshaft, one at a time. The world watched as this seemingly impossible rescue occurred. There was much hope, joy and excitement for the rescue of these men. Over the next few

4 Reasons Why Cindy Anthony said Caylee is Alive!

By |July 16th, 2010|

On June 15, 2010, Cindy Anthony stated in court, “I believe Caylee is still alive!”A little over a year after the memorial service that she coordinated.Is Cindy Anthony’s statement the first stage of the grieving process . . Denial?
Most people experience feelings of denial when grieving the loss of a loved one.The purpose for an

Trauma: What To Do When Disaster Strikes | West Virginia Mine Explosion | Orlando Trauma & Loss Counseling

By |April 8th, 2010|

Orlando Trauma & Loss Counseling

The news of the devestating mine accident in Virginia recently brings into sharp focus how easy it is to have one’s world turned upside down in a second. We are bombarded by tragic news stories of earthquakes, floods, tsunamis, violent crime, abuse, murder and much more. Most people consider those examples of