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Funeral Workers Need More Counseling and Face Greatest Distress, Says Survey

by | Sep 8, 2017 | In the News

A man with his head in his hands

A survey found that funeral directors face a lot of distress in their job and should have access to professional counseling.

Working with others who are grieving can be emotionally taxing for funeral directors. Counseling would help them.

To read the full article by Carina Murphy in The Tablet, click here.


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