In His Arms

Justina Page

Losing a child goes against the basic laws of nature. On March 7, 1999 Justina Page lost her son Amos in a devastating 4 alarm house fire. Join Justina, (author of the award-winning book “The Circle of Fire”) on the In His Arms podcast every Friday morning. Her and her special guest will be sharing tips and coping mechanisms they utilized on their journey from devastation to empowerment. If you are a Mother who has experienced the debilitating pain of losing a child and you are looking for a glimmer of hope, this show is for you. read less

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Greg Adams, LCSW, ACSW, FT is Program Coordinator for the Center for Good Mourning and Staff Bereavement Support at Arkansas Children’s Hospital (ACH). Greg has worked at ACH in a variety of roles and areas, including pediatric oncology and palliative care, since 1991. He is an adjunct professor with the University of Arkansas-Little Rock and has been an active volunteer with community and professional organizations. He is also author of Adam Gets Back in the Game, a children’s storybook about coping with grief and loss. He is married with two young adult children.  Additional information:  Program Coordinator, Center for Good Mourning—a grief support and outreach program of Arkansas Children's Hospital, 2001- present. Staff Bereavement Support, Arkansas Children's Hospital—2014-present. Director, Palliative Care, Arkansas Children’s Hospital, 2006-2014. Adjunct Professor, University of Arkansas-Little Rock, Graduate School of Social Work, 1999-present.  Fellow in Thanatology: Death, Dying, and Bereavement by the Association of Death Education and Counseling (ADEC)  Author of Adam Gets Back in the Game—a children’s storybook about coping with grief and loss Arkansas Children's Hospital Bioethics Advisory Committee—Co-Chair Arkansas Children’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee—past Co-Chair and present educator Past Professional Experience:Pediatric oncology social worker at Arkansas Children's Hospital for 10 years—named Social Worker of the Year by the Association of Pediatric Oncology Social Work in 2001Residential Treatment Manager/Therapist at Youth Home, Inc. for 4 yearsClinical social worker with Veterans Administration Medical Center, Waco, TX for (almost) 1 year Educational Background:Master's degree in social work, University of Missouri, 1986Bachelor's degree in social work and religion, Baylor University, 1985 Community Faculty Member of the Year—College of Professional Studies, University of Arkansas-Little Rock—2014  Baylor University Garland School of Social Work Alumnus of the Year—2017  Association of Death Education and Counseling Service Award—2021  Little Rock School District Board Member: 2010-2015 and 2020-present  Married with two young adult children