Living and Coping with Loss in Everyday Life with Dr. Phyllis Kosminsky
The Social Workers Radio Talk Show
Dr. Phyllis Kosminsky's work focuses on grief, loss and trauma. She joined us today to discuss how Covid-19 changed the face of grief, both in the relation to death and non-death losses. Bio: Phyllis Kosminsky is a clinical social worker in private practice in Westchester, New York, and at the Center for Hope in Darien, Connecticut, where her work focuses on grief, loss and trauma. Over the past 25 years, Dr. Kosminsky has provided individual counseling to hundreds of bereaved individuals, and has helped many more in bereavement support groups and in the aftermath of traumatic events. She has conducted trainings for mental health professionals nationally and internationally in the treatment of normal and problematic grief. Her publications include journal articles, book chapters, and the book Getting Back to Life When Grief Won’t Heal (McGraw Hill, 2007) Her book with John R. Jordan, Attachment Informed Grief Therapy: The Clinician’s Guide to Foundations and Applications was published by Routledge in February of 2016. Dr. Kosminsky is an adjunct Professor of Social Work at Fordham University, and the Immediate Past President of the Association for Death Education and Counseling.
Phyllis Kosminsky: Caregiver Support During The Covid-19 Pandemic
Open to Hope
Did you know that there is a professional organization dedicated to promoting excellence in death education? Dr. Phyllis Kosminsky is the President of the Association for Death Education and Counseling […] The post Phyllis Kosminsky: Caregiver Support During The Covid-19 Pandemic appeared first on Open to Hope.
Patricia welcomes Phyllis Kosminsky, who is a clinical social worker specializing in grief, loss, and trauma. The author of Getting Back to Life When Grief Won'tHeal, she will discuss problems that come up in recovering from loss and how to get past them.