Dr. Kriss Kevorkian

Media and publications

Kriss Kevorkian’s work on environmental grief, a term she coined through her own copious research, is nothing short of visionary. We need Kevorkian’s advocacy and tenderness for the natural world and all the creatures that reside within it now more than ever as we face off with the dire effects of climate change. ~ Jordan Rosenfeld, journalist and author

I’m here to help people integrate the lessons that grief, death and Nature can teach us. As an expert in grief, death and dying, I’m able to intuitively and compassionately support people through their grieving process and those going through the dying process. Please contact me if you’d like to schedule an interview.

Environmental and Ecological Grief

Facing Down “Environmental Grief”
This was written by Jordan Rosenfeld who understood the work from the get-go, and did a wonderful job sharing it with Scientific American readers

Environmental Grief
in Non-Death Loss and Grief: Context and Clinical Implications
edited by Darcy L. Harris R.N., R.S.W., Phd., FT

On Environmental Grief and the Rights of Nature
in Seeing the Woods: A Blog by the Rachel Carson Center

How Al Gore and 799 New Friends Helped Me to Become a Climate Leader
in The Revelator

Ecological Grief: A Little Hope Remains
in Nature Aware: Science. News. Conservation

Death, Dying and Grief

When the Loved One You Cared For Dies, What Comes Next?
in Next Avenue

Why I Tried to Call My Mom, Even Though She’s Gone
in Next Avenue

How to Hire (and when to fire) a caregiver
in Next Avenue

Counseling the terminally ill and their families
in Professional Counselor’s Desk Reference
edited by I. Marini & Stebnicki
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