Finding Our Way: Together While Apart

In its wake, the global COVID-19 pandemic is leaving widespread and, for many, unprecedented loss. While loss, and the grief that follows, are universal experiences, it is important to appreciate how losses occurring within the context of a global pandemic may make an already distressing situation even more difficult. The impact of the pandemic on processing and adjusting to the loss of a loved one is likely to be widespread, with situations in which family members are denied access to a dying loved one in the hospital, or are unable to attend a loved one’s funeral, all too common.

Vising our COVID-19 loss resources site Finding Our Way: Together While Apart for the latest online self-help resources we offer.

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