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Title:Grief, it's Complicated.....10% of the Time | Susan Delaney | TEDxUCD

Speaking after her TEDxUCD 2016 talk Dr Susan Delaney said, “We tend to hold strong opinions about grief; how long it should take to heal, what helps the grief process, and whether every grief is complicated in its own way. During my TEDxUCD 2016 talk I outlined why our views are sometimes at odds with the research and discussed the concept of complicated grief and the new approaches that are being developed to treat this misunderstood condition.” Dr Susan Delaney, a clinical psychologist, is Bereavement Services Manager with the Irish Hospice Foundation (IHF). She is a member of the International Train-the-Trainers group at ColumbiaUniversity’s Complicated Grief Programme under Professor Kathy Shear and has spearheaded the training and treatment for complicated grief in Ireland. Susan was awarded the title of Fellow in Thanatology by ADEC (Association of Death, Education and Counselling) for her contribution to the bereavement field and is the Editor of Irish Stories of Loss and Hope, published by IHF. The IHF has a long standing relationship with UCD. Therese Brady, who was Director of the MSc programme in Clinical Psychology at UCD for many years, founded, and was honorary Director of the bereavement services at IHF until her death in 1999. Her legacy and the collaboration with UCD continues through the Therese Brady Library at IHF, and the Therese Brady Scholarship. Susan undertook her undergraduate and postgraduate st This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at


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