The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed over one million American lives, casting a blanket of grief over the country. Despite its challenges, the pandemic has given us an opportunity to address the topic of grief and how best to cope with this unavoidable part of being human.
Author Archives: Julie Kaplow
Julie Kaplow, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist, executive director of the Trauma and Grief (TAG) Centers at The Hackett Center for Mental Health in Houston and the Children’s Hospital New Orleans, and a clinical professor of psychiatry at Tulane University School of Medicine. She is the co-author of Multidimensional Grief Therapy: A Flexible Approach to Assessing and Supporting Bereaved Youth, which will be published this spring by Cambridge University Press.