Death of a Spouse: Counseling a Person Who Feels Like a Fraction
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Death of a Spouse: Counseling a Person Who Feels Like a Fraction.Whether the death was expected or sudden, losing a spouse is always traumatic. It is one of the deepest and most complicated experiences of life, even if the marriage was very difficult. We’ll discuss this topic from the standpoint of the grieving survivor, use case studies from a variety of marriages, and discover how God’s Word guides us in giving comfort and counsel. Click here to download the outline for this session.
This audio is from a breakout session from the 2014 National Conference, “Loss: Finding Hope that Lasts when Life Falls Apart.”
Robyn Huck is a counselor at CCEF New England. She completed the CCEF curriculum and served for six years as a church-based counselor prior to joining CCEF New England in 2010.