For Your Time of Need
The death of someone we care about can be among the most difficult experiences of life. It is often much more challenging than we expect and others don't always understand.
We hope these articles, written by Dr. Bill Webster, will help you better understand grief and how we can help ourselves and others through the difficult process.
These resources will help you understand the grief you may be feeling and how you can cope when someone you care about dies.
These articles will help you understand the grief you may be feeling and how you can cope when someone you care about dies.
A Treasury of Comfort, by Rabbi Sidney Greenberg
Understanding Bereavement and Grief, by Norman Linzer
The Jewish Mourner’s Book of Why, by Alfred J. Kolatch
The Jewish Way in Death and Mourning, by Maurice Lamm
Jewish Insights on Death and Mourning, by Jack Riemer
Mourning & Mitzvah, by Anne Brenner
A Time to Mourn, a Time to Comfort, by Dr. Ron Wolfson
The Jewish Book of Why, by Alfred J. Kolatch
Death and Bereavement, by Rabbi Abner Weiss, Ph.D.
Tear Soup, by Taylor Bills
The Kaddish Minyan, by Rabbi Herbert A. Yoskowitz
L’Chaim A Zayde Adventure, by Tamra L. Dollin
Words That Hurt, Words That Heal, by Joseph Telushkin
Seasons of Grief, by Rida D. Carrier
Healing A Teen’s Grieving Heart, by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D.
Living with Loss, Healing with Hope, by Rabbi Earl A. Grollman
Saying Kaddish, by Anita Diamant
Making Loss Matter, by Rabbi David Wolpe
Embracing Life & Facing Death, by Rabbi Daniel S. Brenner, Rabbi Tsvi Blanchard, PH.D., Joseph J. Fins, M.D., F.A.C.P., Rabbi Bradley Hirschfield
Healing A Child’s Grieving Heart, by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D.
The Mourner’s Handbook, by Rabbi William Cutter
Healing Your Grieving for Teens, by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D.
Where Do We Go from Here?, by Ernie Carwile
The Mourner’s Companion, by Rabbi Zalman Goldstein
About Dr. Bill Webster
Dr. Bill is the founder and Executive Director of the Centre for the Grief Journey. He earned his doctorate at the University of Toronto in 1990 and has been awarded the prestigious Fellow in Thanatology by the Association of Death Education and Counseling (ADEC).
However, his intimate knowledge of grief comes through difficult personal experience. In 1983, Bill's young wife died of a heart attack, leaving Bill to navigate the shock and loss, but also with the job of raising their two young sons, then only 9 and 7.
Today, Dr. Bill has over 30 years of experience in grief support and counseling, and is a recognized author, international speaker and seminar leader.
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The death of a loved one is among the most difficult circumstances any of us will face. We’re here to help you through this challenging time. With compassion and deep experience, we’ll help you make informed choices and guide you through the many details of preparing for a funeral service or celebration of life.
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