Get Grief Help
For Grief Help World Wide Suicide recommends:
David Kesslers website –http://grief.com
David Kessler worked closely with Elisabeth Kübler-Ross M.D, author of the groundbreaking book – On Death and Dying. She is one of the most loved and respected authorities on the subject.
David Kessler is one of the most well-known experts on death and grieving today, reaching hundreds of thousands of people through his books. “On Grief and Grieving: Finding the Meaning of Grief through the Five Stages of Loss is co-authored with the legendary Elisabeth Kübler-Ross. David also co-authored with Kübler-Ross, “Life Lessons: Two Experts on Death and Dying Teach us about the Mysteries of Life and Living.” David considers it an honor and privilege to have worked so closely with Elisabeth for ten years and to be with her during her passing.
The resources below are his suggestions from his vast experience, so we are happy to pass them on untouched.
American Red Cross, a humanitarian organization, led by volunteers, that provides relief to victims of disasters and helps people prevent, prepare for, and respond to emergencies.
Helping All Loved Ones Survive nonprofit support group for surviving friends and family members of homicide victims.
Lamenting Sons: Fathers & Grief, Thoughts and resources for bereaved parents and ideas about traumatic loss.
GriefNet, an internet community of persons dealing with grief and major loss. They have support groups for both adults and children that deal with many different types of loss.
Widownet, A Web site for those who have lost a spouse.
The Association of Traumatic Stress Specialists, (ATSS) helpful links for those experiencing traumatic stress.
Journey of Heart, Inspirational Web site.
American Association of Pastoral Counselors, Pastoral Counselors are certified mental health professionals with in-depth training in spiritual matters who can help counsel dying patients and their families and friends.
Safe Crossings, This Web site is devoted to an “anticipatory grief and bereavement program” run by the Hospice of Seattle.
MISS, MISS Foundation is a nonprofit, volunteer based organization committed to providing emergency support to families in crisis after the death of their baby or young child from any cause.
Citrus Valley Health Partners The hospitals and hospice where David Kessler works.