Losing someone we love thrusts us into a vulnerable place. It forces us to confront our mortality and life’s unpredictability, causing fear and anxiety to surface in profound and unexpected ways.
But while grief and anxiety are inexorably linked, this correlation is only just beginning to be recognized by the clinical community.
Join grief expert and acclaimed best-selling author Claire Bidwell-Smith and discover how you can help your clients manage their anxiety, process their grief on a deeper level, unpack their fears about mortality, and better bare vulnerability.
Plus, the best-selling author will join PESI’s own Zach Taylor, LPC, for an exclusive discussion and share expressive writing exercises to help your clients get their anxiety under control so they can come to terms with their losses!
|Manual - Anxiety in the Wake of Loss (1.4 MB)||48 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Claire Bidwell Smith, LCPC, worked as a therapist specializing in grief for over a decade and is the critically acclaimed author of three books of nonfiction: The Rules of Inheritance (Penguin 2012), After This: When Life is Over Where Do We Go? (Penguin, 2015) and Anxiety: The Missing Stage of Grief (Da Capo, 2018).?
The Rules of Inheritance is a coming-of-age memoir of a young woman forging ahead on a journey of loss that humbled, strengthened, and ultimately healed her. It has been published in 18 countries and is currently being adapted for film. Claire’s work has been celebrated by mental health advocates like Maria Shriver and New York Times Bestselling Author Cheryl Strayed.
Claire has written for various publications including The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Salon.com, Slate, Chicago Public Radio, The Guardian, Psychology Today and Yoga Journal.
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