Ambiguous and Anticipatory Grief

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Learn about ambiguous and anticipatory grief, the impact of each, and how they relate to individuals and families of people with a diagnosis of dementia. Hollie discusses how to cope with grief, loss, and the bereavement of ambiguous and anticipatory grief .

Hollie Glover is a Licensed Professional Counselor who works for the James L. West Center for Dementia Care in Fort Worth. She is the Director of Education and Family Support Services. She facilitates the center’s family support groups and is involved in many of the numerous  education services provided by the center. Hollie is a Dementia Care Specialist and Certified Grief Counseling Specialist. She has over twenty-eight years of experience in education and working with people of all ages.

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