What does healthy grieving look like?
How do we embrace all of the emotions surrounding profound loss?
What is disenfranchised grief - or grief that is wrapped into the stigmatization of addiction loss?
Join Caroline Beidler, MSW as she talks with Kate J. Meyer, MDiv, LPC, who is an ordained minister and licensed professional counselor.
Kate has worked in both private practice and hospice care. She is passionate about
bringing grief into the light so that all grievers know how to move forward in a healthy,
life-giving manner. Kate is also the author of The Red Couch, a novel about past
mistakes and a challenge to overcome them. She is a dog mom living with her husband in
The grieving process is part of being human, but far too often,
grievers are pushed out of grief and rushed into rejoicing
that their loved one is in heaven.
Licensed professional counselor and ordained minister Kate Meyer is
an experienced, warm, practical guide to walk you through the
grieving process. In Faith Doesn’t Erase Grief, she encourages
grievers and shows them how to find hope.
Grief is a difficult but natural part of life. For grievers, professional
helpers, and those wanting to better understand loss, let Faith
Doesn’t Erase Grief help you embrace the fullness of grief and
discover the first steps toward hope.
Get your copy today at your favorite bookstore!
Connect with Kate at https://www.instagram.com/kate.j.meyer.author/ and https://www.katejmeyer.com/
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