As I Live and Grieve

Do I Need Professional Help?

December 08, 2020 Kathy Gleason, Stephanie Kendrick - CoHosts
As I Live and Grieve
Do I Need Professional Help?
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As I Live and Grieve
Do I Need Professional Help?
Dec 08, 2020
Kathy Gleason, Stephanie Kendrick - CoHosts

Summary:
Our guest today is Dr. Jackie Black who has supported grieving partners and family members as well as those with a terminal diagnosis. Today’s topic will help many better understand what help might be needed after the death of a loved one.

Episode Notes:
After suffering a loss, Dr. Jackie feels everyone should be encouraged to find a Bereavement Group in which to participate. “It is the only place you don’t feel different than everyone else.” Therapy is indicated, she states, only if there is a clear psychiatric diagnosis. She offers insight into her recommendation, even including suggestions for friends and family to comfortably broach the subject.

Jackie Black, Ph.D., BCC, helps rekindle relationships with loving, amazing but crazy, busy small business owners so they are lovers again. Also, for the last 30 years, Dr. Jackie has been actively supporting grieving partners and family members in the cancer community and the Alzheimer community, and was on the frontline of the AIDS Pandemic serving men who were ill, and the partners, family members and medical teams of those who died. Dr. Jackie also serves couples when one partner is living with life-threatening or chronic illness.

As the founder of DrJackieBlack.com, she currently helps clients in 8 time zones, has delivered her monthly relationship Tip Sheet to men and women in 38 countries, and has been featured on hundreds of radio shows and podcasts around the world.

Contact:
www.asiliveandgrieve.com
[email protected]
Facebook: As I Live and Grieve
Instagram: @asiliveandgrieve
Twitter: @liveandgrieve

To Reach Dr. Jackie Black:
www.DrJackieBlack.com

Schedule a complimentary call with Dr. Jackie and explore how she can help. One conversation might change your life forever: www.TalkToDrJackie.com

Credits:
Music by Kevin MacLeod
    

Show Notes

Summary:
Our guest today is Dr. Jackie Black who has supported grieving partners and family members as well as those with a terminal diagnosis. Today’s topic will help many better understand what help might be needed after the death of a loved one.

Episode Notes:
After suffering a loss, Dr. Jackie feels everyone should be encouraged to find a Bereavement Group in which to participate. “It is the only place you don’t feel different than everyone else.” Therapy is indicated, she states, only if there is a clear psychiatric diagnosis. She offers insight into her recommendation, even including suggestions for friends and family to comfortably broach the subject.

Jackie Black, Ph.D., BCC, helps rekindle relationships with loving, amazing but crazy, busy small business owners so they are lovers again. Also, for the last 30 years, Dr. Jackie has been actively supporting grieving partners and family members in the cancer community and the Alzheimer community, and was on the frontline of the AIDS Pandemic serving men who were ill, and the partners, family members and medical teams of those who died. Dr. Jackie also serves couples when one partner is living with life-threatening or chronic illness.

As the founder of DrJackieBlack.com, she currently helps clients in 8 time zones, has delivered her monthly relationship Tip Sheet to men and women in 38 countries, and has been featured on hundreds of radio shows and podcasts around the world.

Contact:
www.asiliveandgrieve.com
[email protected]
Facebook: As I Live and Grieve
Instagram: @asiliveandgrieve
Twitter: @liveandgrieve

To Reach Dr. Jackie Black:
www.DrJackieBlack.com

Schedule a complimentary call with Dr. Jackie and explore how she can help. One conversation might change your life forever: www.TalkToDrJackie.com

Credits:
Music by Kevin MacLeod