Loss and grief is something we all experience. It is especially difficult during these challenging times. However, it is not just the loss of a loved one, it is the loss of opportunities, events, tradition, and milestones, such as weddings or graduations that has many of us dealing with an array of emotions. @DanaHayes, Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Bereavement Counselor for Angelic Health, helps families work through their grief. She explains how we can take steps to move forward. #angelichealth
Dana Caputo-Hayes (LMSW, LSW) is a team member of Angelic Health’s Counseling Program. Dana received her Master of Social Work from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ where she also received a specialized Certificate in Aging and Health. Dana’s Bachelor of Arts in Psychology was completed at Marist College in Poughkeepsie, NY, along with minors in Social Work and Public Praxis. Areas of research and interest include mindfulness, gratitude, and yoga. Dana’s capacity to engage with new clients is rooted in her study of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Humanist approaches. Dana meets individuals at various points in their grief journeys, assists in building skills to manage feelings of anxiety and depression, and actively listens in a world that progressively feels lonely.