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HEALING HOPE FOR YOUR GRIEF & BEREAVEMENT

by Dr. Penny Wanjiru Njoroge


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 9/24/2010

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 5x8
Page Count : 168
ISBN : 9781449704506
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 168
ISBN : 9781449706210

About the Book

Dr. Penny has been a valuable asset to our Pastoral Care Team at St. Vincent’s East Hospital. She works daily with patients who are suffering, to relieve their worry and fear and to remind them of the comfort of the touch of our Lord. From this front line perspective, Dr. Penny brings her real world experiences to life in the work of “Healing Hope for Grief and Bereavement”. Dealing with loss and the grief that flows from that is something we will all face. As Dr. Penny does in her day to day, this work is meant to help those that will one day pass through those normal experiences of loss and to bring them out the other side through a remembrance of Christ’s promises through His scriptures. As Dr. Penny writes”…..as God wraps His loving arms around us, we have the assurance of His faithful care”. I personally recommend this work for all who have experienced loss and are trying to cope with the road ahead.

Todd Kennedy, MSHA, MBA
President/COO
St. Vincent’s East Hospital.


About the Author

Dr. Penny Ruth Njoroge is a counseling psychologist (Ph.D.) with many years of Hospice\Hospital experience. A Fellow of American Institute of Stress, Board Certified Death & Grief, Substance Abuse & Addiction, Marriage Therapist. Board Certified Crisis Chaplain – National Center for Crisis Management, Certified Clinical Supervisor – National Board of Christian Clinical Therapists. Extensive experience with terminally ill, the dying and the grieving. A popular workshop\seminar and motivational speaker, finely tuned to human suffering and grief. Dr. Penny hopes that sharing her words and experiences will comfort, encourage and nurture those struggling with pain and sorrow in all aspects of loss and grief.