Dealing with grief and loss is something most people have to do sometime in their lives. Grief is a natural response and people often go through stages of grief as they try to make sense of a loss.

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12 Suggestions for Dealing with Grief and Loss

12 suggestions for coping with grief and loss. (5:10 minutes)

Coping With Death

This short video offers suggestions on how to cope with death.  (4:13 Minutes)

How to Support Grieving Parents

Dr. Nancy Valentine offers her advice on how to cope when the unthinkable happens. (29:27 Minutes)

Dealing with the Death of a Spouse

Four people share their stories of grief after losing their spouses. (24:35 Minutes)

What Not to Say

Kay Warren shares some practical advice on what not to say to someone who is grieving, based upon her own personal experience. (6:16 Minutes)

Four Things To Avoid in the Face of a Loved One’s Grief

Patrick Riecke, director, Chaplaincy & Volunteer Services with Parkview Health shares four actions to avoid when helping our friends in times of crisis and grief.    (4:12 minutes)

How to Deal With Loneliness

Produced by Noah Elkrief, this vdeo talks about why we feel lonely and how to overcome feelings of loneliness. (11:36 Minutes)

Walking Through Catastrophic Grief

Kay Warren describes what catastrophic grief is and how oftentimes, experiencing catastrophic grief opens the doors to other unmourned losses.    (6:11 Minutes)

Grief is normal.
Concerned your grief is moving towards depression?


Complete the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) below.
Only ten questions to quickly determine whether someone may need help.

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Patient Health Questionnaire Depression Screener (PHQ-9)


If an individual has 4 or more “√” answers, a referral to a behavioral health practitioner is indicated, print out the results to take with you to your appointment and help start the conversation.  If you live in Indiana and need help finding a behavioral health provider, visit Find Help or call (800) 284-8439.



This self-screening tool is not a substitute for clinical diagnosis or advice.  By using the screening tool, you agree to accept that the website’s owner and contributors are not responsible or liable for the outcome of the tool, the accuracy of the calculations, or any decisions or events which result from using it.  This website does not provide medical advice, but is intended to help people understand and address mental, behavioral, and emotional issues.