Programs from April 2017

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Role of Hospice In Grief Care

Louie Handugan with Vitas Hospice in Sacramento, shares about the role hospice can play for people as they go through the final stage of a love’s life. Hospice is a team approach to palliative care.  Louie will dispel some of the myths about hospice, such as, “If I go on hospice, does it mean I’m […]

The Truth About Sibling Grief

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Dr Heidi Horsley experienced the loss of her brother as a young adult. She lived through her grief to become a Professor of Psychology, Grief Therapist, Author, and co-founder of Open To Hope Foundation. During this interview, Dr. Heidi shares insight into sibling grief to help us understand their journey. From her personal story, she […]

Alcohol Addiction in Families

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In April 2006, Nancy’s son Lance died in a horrific single car accident as a result of a mixture of alcohol and prescription drugs.  This was the culmination of 2 years of his life spiraling downhill into the darkness of addiction. While a student at the New York University Tisch Film School, Lance created a […]

Difficult Questions About Grief

Chaplain Terry Morgan discusses those difficult questions we sometimes ask about God and grief.  Why does God allow tragic circumstances? Why didn’t God choose to heal or protect my loved one? What is God’s reaction to my anger? Chaplain Morgan is the Senior Chaplain and Executive Director of Gold Country Chaplaincy which serves Placer County […]