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December 17th 2015:Translating Heartache into Help and Hope

Many people face unspeakable loss of a family member or witness the suffering and loss of a loved one with the wounds of war. They wonder how they will go on. In this show you will hear the personal stories of four people who have faced such loss and taken on survival missions that translate heartache into help and hope for others. You will hear from Mary Fetchet Co-founder of the Voices of 9/11 whose outreach to others in the aftermath of losing her son on 9/11has touched many worldwide; Rogerlyn Cipriano Esq., founder of Angels for Warriors whose concern for her veteran brother’s anguish and

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Mary Fetchet

Mary Fetchet co-founded Voices of September 11th in 2001 following the death of her son Brad on 9/11. A clinical social worker, she created a new paradigm in providing long-term support services for victims’ families, responders and survivors. She has been instrumental in assisting communities impacted by other traumatic events and influential in pushing for the 9/11 Commission and public policy reforms to keep the country safe. In 2014, she launched the Center of Excellence for Community Resilience, an initiative that shares best practices based on extensive research and her 14 years of work with the 9/11 community to assist families and communities impacted by other tragedies. Mary Fetchet
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Rogerlyn Velez-Cipriano Esq

Rogerlyn Velez-Cipriano Esq. is the founder and CEO of Angels For Warriors, She is a lawyer, having been admitted to practice in 1993 and is an adjunct professor at Molloy College. Rogerlyn founded Angels for Warriors in late 2012, after her Brother Sgt. Angel Velez was severely injured in Afghanistan. AFW is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that provides guidance and advocacy to veterans. Recently, AFW’s primary focus has been in providing pro-bono legal assistance to veterans. Rogerlyn’s efforts have been recognized by both State and Local entities. She was named one of Huntington’s person’s of the year in 2013. She was recognized by Congressman Steve Israel, Suffolk County Executive St
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Dr William Feigelman

William Feigelman, PhD, is Emeritus Professor at Nassau Community College (Garden City, New York) where he taught for 50 years. He is author and co-author of seven books and more than 55 journal articles. Since 2002, after his son Jesse's suicide, Dr. Feigelman has focused his professional writings on youth suicide and suicide bereavement publishing in journals like Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, Death Studies Illness, Crisis and Loss He is a member of the American Association of Suicidology and a frequent presenter at bereavement conferences in the U.S., Canada, Australia and Japan. Together with his wife, he is one of the co-authors of Devastating Losses: How Parents Cope with the
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Beverly Feigelman

Beverly Feigelman, LCSW, is Adjunct Professor of Social Work at Adelphi University (Garden City, New York) Former Director of the Manhasset Community Day Center of Long Island Jewish Medical Center, Ms. Feigelman is a member of various suicide prevention organizations, including the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, and the American Association of Suicidology. She is author or co-author of more than a dozen articles on suicide bereavement, adoption as well as other topics. Inspired by the loss of their own son, Bev Feigelman is one of the co-authors of Devastating Losses: How Parents Cope with the Death of a Child to Suicide or Drugs.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2506/psych-up-live 26/10/2017 11:00 26/10/2017 12:00 Psych Up Live https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2506/psych-up-live Many people face unspeakable loss of a family member or witness the suffering and loss of a loved one with the wounds of war. They wonder how they will go on. In this show you will hear the personal stories of four people who have faced such loss and taken on survival missions that translate heartache into help and hope for others. You will hear from Mary Fetchet Co-founder of the Voices of 9/11 whose outreach to others in the aftermath of losing her son on 9/11has touched many worldwide; Rogerlyn Cipriano Esq., founder of Angels for Warriors whose concern for her veteran brother’s anguish and pain became translated into an important mission for veterans, particularly pro bono legal help; and Dr. William and Bev Feigelman, mental health professionals who in the aftermath of losing their son to suicide co-authored Devastating Losses: How Parents Cope with the Death of a Child to Suicide or Drugs and became spokesmen and clinicians to prevent suicide and respond to family survivors. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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