COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (PRWEB) September 27, 2012
Rabbi Mel Glazer, author of two books including “And God Created Hope,” is proud to announce the launch of his newly designed site, http://www.GriefOK.com.
The newly designed site is clean, bright, and features a better template with more user-friendly abilities. The top toolbar has eight pages loaded with useful information on the grieving process while the sidebar contains Rabbi Glazer’s blog, where he shares his stories of being a grief counselor and advice when learning to cope with death.
Rabbi Glazer said grief counseling has changed a lot during his 39-years as a Rabbi. Along with there being more information how to cope on the internet, like on his site, he said people are more willing to talk about their loss than 10 or 15-years ago.
“In the past, no one wanted to talk about grief at all,” said Rabbi Glazer, who is also the Rabbi at Temple Shalom in Colorado Springs, Colo. “And when they did want to talk, there were very few people they could go to.”
Today, people are more open to talk about the loved ones loss in their life, including pet loss, which has become a very important field in grief counseling.
Family pets, whether it’s a dog, cat, horse, bird or any other animal, becomes part of the family and the fabric of their home. Pets don’t need to say any words to let you know how they feel, and they just want to be loved how they love their owners. Pet loss grieving has become a growing field.
“When a pet dies, people go through the same emotions as losing a beloved (human) family member,” he said.
Even though Rabbi Glazer has a new site, one thing that won’t change is how he gives his clients grief therapy. It’s something he’s been successfully leading his clients through for over 40 years.
“What I do is complete people’s relationship with loved ones, so they’re able to move on,” he said.
About Rabbi Glazer and http://www.GriefOK.com: Rabbi Mel Glazer is an expert in grief counseling, serving grief therapy clients across the North America whether it be over the phone, in person, or through Skype sessions. He has counseled, lectured, and conducted workshops in the interfaith community across the United States and Canada and has contributed articles and chapters to theological and general interest publications and books. His work has been featured on TV, radio, and the internet, and wrote a monthly column, “Your Grief Matters,” for the Pocono Record in Stroudsburg, PA. He lives with his wife Ellen in Colorado Springs, CO.