By Emily Gilbert
With social distancing in place and restrictions on gatherings and travel, the traditions associated with mourning a loss have changed. We talked to a registered psychologist about how people can help manage their feelings of grief.
COVID-19 has changed the traditional mourning rituals that many people may be familiar with. With restrictions on large gatherings, the pandemic has changed the way people are able to grieve a loss.
We connected with Connie Leclair, a Calgary based registered psychologist. We asked her how people can manage their feelings of grief and mourning at this time.