Elaine A. Malec, PhD is a licensed psychologist who has been working in the field for over 26 years. She graduated from the University of South Carolina with her B.S in Psychology and then received her doctorate from the University of Pittsburgh. Her experience includes research in the study of cognitive impairment due to brain diseases such as Alzheimers and TBI at the neuropsychiatric hospital at the VAMC in Pittsburgh. She has also worked with seniors in the local nursing homes and has been in private practice for over 17 years. She is the founder and CEO of GriefCare Serivces which provides GriefCare Companions for families facing the end-of-life for one of their members. For more information visit: www.GriefCareServices.com.
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Nine Gifts for a Grieving Friend
by Elaine Malec
This book is designed to provide nine "gifts" a person can give to someone who is grieving a loss. The gifts are meant to provide emotional support not just for the initial period of loss, but also for the days, months and years to follow.
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