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The Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Foundation is proud to support the University of Wisconsin Madison’s Grief Support Specialist Certificate

University of Wisconsin Madison’s Grief Support Specialist Certificate

Interested in learning more about this innovative program?

It’s the first of its kind at a major American university and will help you develop the skills you need to counsel those struggling with death, grief, and loss regardless of cause. Read More

The Opening of the Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Library at Hospice Atlanta

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Thank you so much to VNHS Hospice Atlanta Center for partnering with us to open the second Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Library in the US! It is truly a gift for all in the community and we are proud to have collaborated in it’s creation. Read More

The Film: “After The End” by Untold Creative’s Andrew Morgan

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Elisabeth-kubler-Ross-Andrew-MorganThe Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Foundation Is Proud To Support The Film: “After The End” by Untold Creative’s Andrew Morgan.

Stay tuned as we prepare to host a screening of Andrew Morgan’s new film, “After The End.”

Check out his trailer and return soon for more details!

The MISS Foundation

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The MISS Foundation and the Elisabeth Kubler-Ross Foundation are collaborating in a conjoint education project for specialized training and certification in thanatology.

This initiative, the first of its kind for practitioners and clinicians around the world, is expected to accept its first cohort in 2014, and applications will be solicited by the end of 2013. More to come on this exciting partnership!

Learn more about the MISS Foundation here.