In this episode, Kate shares her story on what it was like to be a bereaved young adult attending college. She speaks about how she seeks to incorporate grief work into her practice and to ensure her patients feel supported in times of grief.
Kate Etter is a second-year medical student at the Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine. During her undergraduate studies, Kate, a grieving young adult, founded and formed a thriving and active Actively Moving Forward, AMF chapter at Marshall University. She also swam at Marshall for the Thundering Herd.
She currently sits as the AMF ambassador where she welcomes new app community members to the AMF App for Grieving Young Adults and teaches them how to use the application. Her goals are to write a book about her grief experiences, incorporate grief work into her practice and to ensure her patients feel supported in times of grief.