Tag Archives: bereavement counseling



Book Review: Meetings at the Edge: Dialogues with the Grieving and the Dying, the Healing and the Healed by Stephen Levine

Stephen Levine has a conversation about death and dying

“Let this book tear your heart open,” Stephen Levine writes in the introduction to his book Meetings At The Edge: Dialogues With the Grieving and Dying, The Healing and The Healed, a compilation of transcribed conversations Levine had with people … Continue reading

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What is Integrative Psychological & Assessment Services? An Interview with Christina Zampitella, FT

How a San Diego practice provides personalized, comprehensive psychotherapy to aid the grieving process

Today, SevenPonds speaks with psychologist and professor Christina Zampitella, FT, of Integrative Psychological & Assessment Services (IPAS). Christina is based in San Diego, but travels the US as a professional speaker on the subject of therapy, particularly as a tool … Continue reading

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What is Spiritual Care for the Ill, Dying and Bereaved? An Interview with Rabbi Eric Weiss

How spirituality in bereavement couseling can aid those coping with death

Rabbi Eric Weiss is the Executive Director of the Bay Area Jewish Healing Center. Located in San Francisco, California, the healing center serves throughout Sonoma and Mountain View. His experience with death and dying started years back before Rabbinic school. During what is … Continue reading

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