Loss & Bereavement

Laura Slap-Shelton, Ph.D.

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Previous Questions

How do I get over the loss of my mother and my best friend?
How do you grieve when you still have to live with the illness that killed the ones you loved?
I am having some difficulties with bereavement and cannot afford professional treatment
I am in the process of letting go of a relationship... NEW!
I have a friend who lost her husband two years ago and still hasn't gotten over it.
Is there a way that I can help my boyfriend through the mourning period?
My father died recently, and I am unsure how to help my son cope with his death.
On the Run-If we slow down reality will set in
Repressed Grief
What can my Father and I do to get our lives back to Normal?

Laura Slap-Shelton, Psy.D. is a licensed psychologist with a private practice in Biddeford, Maine. She has a specialty in neuropsychology and has published in the field of psychology. In her work, she addresses the needs of individuals who are grieving and also focuses on helping widows in developing countries where tradition has denied them basic human rights. You can reach her by fax at: (207) 282-5895.


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