not recognizing a bereaved individuals right to grieve either overtly or covertly. It is essential to normalize the bereavement process and educate both the public and professionals of what is considered uncomplicated and complicated bereavement responses to avoid pathologizing a persons bereavement responses on psychological, emotional, physical, interpersonal and spiritual dimensions.
Dr. Pat Baccili
Dr. Pat Baccili helps individuals and organizations break through their limiting Crust so they can reach their unlimited potential. Her specialty is assisting people face t...Find out more »
Patricia Potter is Director of the Center for Integrative Health and Vice Chancellor. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in American History and an MBA and is completing her docto...Find out more »
Dr. Christina Zampitella
Dr. Christina Zampitella is a licensed clinical psychologist and Certified Thanatologist specialist in death, dying and bereavement. She works as an Assistant Professor at N...Find out more »