Summary: Different Types of Grief

  • Name: Wendy Wisner Verywell Mind
  • Category: Biotech and Healthcare
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Verywell Mind
  • Deadline: 12:00 PM EST – 26 May

Query: I’m writing a piece about different types of grief and looking to connect with licensed therapists who specialize in bereavement. For each type, I’m looking for therapists to weigh in on what symptoms may look like (with examples), why the type may occur, and how it affects other areas of a person’s life. The following are types of grief I am covering. You don’t have to respond to every single type listed. Please feel free to pick 1-2 types and discuss symptoms, causes, and how they affect people. Types of grief I’m covering:

  1. Anticipatory grief
  2. Complicated grief (prolonged grief)
  3. Different types of complicated grief, including delayed, inhibited, chronic, absent and distorted grief
  4. Normal/common grief
  5. Collective grief

Requirements: Licensed therapists only. When sending me emailed answers, please run your content through a plagiarism checker like Copyspace. I am unable to use any content that comes up as a red flag on a plagiarism checker. Thanks!

Summary: What to do if you think your child has autism

  • Name: Esmeralda Baez Health Digest
  • Category: Biotech and Healthcare
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Health Digest
  • Deadline: 1:00 PM EST – 26 May

Query: I need help with the following questions;

  1. What are some signs a child may have autism?
  2. What should a parent do if they think their child may have autism?
  3. What should parents keep in mind before getting their child diagnosed?

Requirements: Please be a doctor or licensed mental health expert

Summary: Sex therapists, when should someone make an appointment?

  • Name: Kay Johnson Giddy
  • Category: General
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Media Outlet: Giddy
  • Deadline: 7:00 PM EST – 26 May

Query: When is it time to see a sex therapist? Looking for sex therapists to chime in. Here are some questions :

  1. What can you expect? How is it different from a relationship therapist?
  2. Is there some sort of criteria patients should meet before making an appointment? E.g. if patients meet let’s say 3/5 criteria (disappointed in sex life, mismatched libido with partner, etc) it’s time to make an appointment.Other touchpoints: is this covered by insurance? Are there sex therapist generalists vs specialists? etc.

Requirements: Sex therapists. Would love to hear your initial thoughts as well as your availability for a quick 15-minute call this week to chat through your thoughts. Thanks!

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