36 min

Grief Dreams The Grief Anonymous Podcast with Sherrie Dunlevy

    • Mental Health

Have you ever had your loved one visit you in a dream? Did you ever wonder what it meant? 

Were you curious if you were the only person, having this happen?

Did it make you feel better when you woke up?



In this episode of the Grief Anonymous Podcast I talk with Dr. Joshua Black a grief dreams researcher, speaker, author, and host of the Grief Dreams Podcast, about why he has focused his entire career on grief dreams and what he has learned from his research.



The answers he has found, may or may not surprise you.



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Dr. Joshua Black is a grief dreams researcher, speaker, author, and host of the Grief Dreams Podcast. He has focused all of his MA and PhD research (in psychology) on investigating grief dreams from many types of loss (including prenatal loss and pet loss). The majority of his research on grief dreams has been specifically on dreams of the deceased. Due to the lack of academic research in this field, Joshua has focused his efforts on raising awareness on grief dreams through doing talks, workshops, and interviews. Additionally, he hosts the Grief Dreams Podcast, developed a grief dreams website (www.griefdreams.ca), runs several social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram), and wrote a children’s book on grief dreams (Dreaming of Owl).

Links:

website: https://www.griefdreams.ca/

IG and Twitter @Griefdreams

Grief Dreams Facebook Group  https://www.facebook.com/groups/950002875052301/







For more information on Grief Anonymous: 

 https://www.GriefAnonymous.com

To order a copy of her best selling book “How Can I Help?” go to https://www.SherrieDunlevy.com/author.



To invite Sherrie to speak at your next event, conference or to book a How Can I Help?- Workshop at your business, hospital or school, contact Sherrie at SherrieDunlevy@gmail.com








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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Have you ever had your loved one visit you in a dream? Did you ever wonder what it meant? 

Were you curious if you were the only person, having this happen?

Did it make you feel better when you woke up?



In this episode of the Grief Anonymous Podcast I talk with Dr. Joshua Black a grief dreams researcher, speaker, author, and host of the Grief Dreams Podcast, about why he has focused his entire career on grief dreams and what he has learned from his research.



The answers he has found, may or may not surprise you.



######################################################################

Dr. Joshua Black is a grief dreams researcher, speaker, author, and host of the Grief Dreams Podcast. He has focused all of his MA and PhD research (in psychology) on investigating grief dreams from many types of loss (including prenatal loss and pet loss). The majority of his research on grief dreams has been specifically on dreams of the deceased. Due to the lack of academic research in this field, Joshua has focused his efforts on raising awareness on grief dreams through doing talks, workshops, and interviews. Additionally, he hosts the Grief Dreams Podcast, developed a grief dreams website (www.griefdreams.ca), runs several social media accounts (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram), and wrote a children’s book on grief dreams (Dreaming of Owl).

Links:

website: https://www.griefdreams.ca/

IG and Twitter @Griefdreams

Grief Dreams Facebook Group  https://www.facebook.com/groups/950002875052301/







For more information on Grief Anonymous: 

 https://www.GriefAnonymous.com

To order a copy of her best selling book “How Can I Help?” go to https://www.SherrieDunlevy.com/author.



To invite Sherrie to speak at your next event, conference or to book a How Can I Help?- Workshop at your business, hospital or school, contact Sherrie at SherrieDunlevy@gmail.com








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This episode is sponsored by
· Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

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