Aihcp Announces Pet Loss Grief Training For Health Care Professionals

[Warren, OH] – July 26, 2012 – Pets serve a very important purpose in the lives of those who have them and due to the long lifespan of many cats, dogs and other animals kept as pets in the United States today, people develop very strong ties with them. This is why, upon the loss of a pet, many people experience severe psychological and emotional stress that they may not have an outlet to help them with. In health care, being able to provide the right kind of care for a patient depends on education. The American Institute of Health Care Professionals has recognized this and now provides quality pet loss grief continuing education for working professionals that want to be able to serve as counselors to those who are struggling from this specific type of grief. This is the type of education that can often make a professional uniquely qualified to serve in certain positions that others may not have the right kind of training to handle. For those who want to be able to help patients work through this kind of traumatic situation, training like this can be precisely what they will need to fulfill the role and get a job that offers them deep satisfaction. For others, adding this kind of education to their educational foundation allows them to be even better at what they already do.

The AIHCP is an organization uniquely dedicated to meeting the educational needs of working health care professionals who are looking to better their resumes and seek new opportunities in the world of health care. The AIHCP is known for offering distinct alternative education in areas such as meditation, stress management, crisis intervention and even Christian counseling so that its members can be better equipped to serve the patients they encounter and work with on a regular basis. This is one way that the organization has made a positive impact on the lives of those it serves and helps them to better themselves, their careers, their communities and all those they help from day to day. Education, experts say, remains the number one resource for professionals in the health care field today.

To learn more about the many classes and opportunities provided by the AIHCP, professionals should take a look at http://www.aihcp.org today. Here they can discover just how many opportunities await them when they wish to learn more about helping their patients.

Dominick L. Flarey, Ph.D, RN, FACHE
Executive Director
The American Institute of Health Care Professionals, Inc.
2400 Niles-Cortland Rd. S.E. Suite # 4
Warren Ohio 44484
Tel: 330-652-7776