Center for Grief Education
                                        

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Since 1991, GriefConnect has been helping caregiving professionals connect with people in grief. Through continuing education seminars, program design consultation, as well as both printed and electronic resource materials, you can count on us as your resource for bereavement.

So, why the compass? When a loved one dies, life can become pretty chaotic. Even if we've experienced grief before, since every relationship is unique, every bereavement is also unique. In the midst of the confusion and the "lost-ness" that ensues, what we most need is someone to help us "find the way." And that's an especially good task for a compass.

Need something right now? Email or phone us at (254) 292-9900 today.

Hear Bill Hoy talk about the role of funerals in the grief process here

Download the FREE Consolidated Bereavement Assessment here. View the video.

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Access Dr. Hoy's growing list of academic papers and presentations at his Baylor University BearSpace page.

Watch Dr. Hoy explain the difference between grief recovery and renewal.


 
Bill Hoy elected ADEC Treasurer

Bill Hoy has been elected as Treasurer for the Association for Death Education & Counseling and will be installed at the ADEC annual conference in Baltimore on April 26.


Unable to attend the ADEC conference this year? Log on to a webcast and attend "virtually!"

ADEC's annual conference is the international gathering of the leading voices in bereavement. But if you cannot travel to Baltimore, login an join us "virtually" through a webcast of selected keynotes and concurrent sessions. You'll find sessions on children, "stage models" of grief, self-care, teens, traumatic loss, complicated grief and the use of medication in grief. Find your favorite scholars and clinicians such as Charles Corr, Ken Doka, Kathy Shear, Andy McNiel, John Jordan, Hope Edelman, and Sid Zisook.

Click here to get more information.


    Learn more about ADEC

    The Association for Death Education & Counseling includes a place for everyone practicing and teaching in the field of death, end-of-life care and bereavement. We represent the diverse fields of social work, hospice nursing, psychotherapy, higher education, faith community leadership, funeral service, and medicine.

    In the words of Bill Hoy, "For more than two decades, ADEC has been my professional home. Not only does this group allow me to constantly hone my practice skills, but through these people, I am kept abreast of all things death-and-bereavement related." Learn more about ADEC and join the association here.






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