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Duty, Honor, Hope
Strategies for Understanding & Unpacking First Responder Grief
Author: Beth L. Hewett, PhD, CT, CCISM, CEOLS

"Without question, this is the best book I have ever seen on the topic of grief." - George S. Everly, Jr., PhD, ABPP

In Duty, Honor, Hope: Strategies for Understanding and Unpacking First Responder Grief, Dr. Beth L. Hewett uses the lived experiences of 21 first responders, offering a practical approach to a subject many people don’t discuss: grief, grieving, and intentional mourning.
Griefs stemming from critical incidents often go unmourned, accumulating and stacking up, and eventually overflowing. She teaches a first response action approach to address stacked up griefs and prevent them from reaccumulating.

The beautiful cover artwork "Returning to Light" was painted by Shawn McCowell.

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Supporting a Grieving Workforce Front Cover Supporting a Grieving Workforce
Author: Beth L. Hewett, PhD, CT, CCISM, CEOLS, Author: Richard Ottenstein, PhD, CEAP, CTS

Grief hurts. Bereavement specialist Dr. Beth Hewett joins the Workplace Trauma Center's Dr. Richard Ottenstein to look honestly at supporting a grieving workforce suffering losses from the COVID-19 pandemic, other illnesses, violence, or accidents.

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