Grieving 9/11 Seventeen Years Later
The date September 11 will forever evoke recollections of unimaginable tragedy. Nearly 3,000 people died in the terrorist attacks on that date in 2001.
On that day, psychotherapist Edy Nathan was called upon to tend to the emotional well-being of first responders at the site of the terrorist attacks in Lower Manhattan, known at the time as ground zero.
Nathan joins us on this week's "Cityscape," Sunday at 6:30 a.m., to talk about the grief and trauma of 9/11 and how that day reverberates in our lives 17 years later. Her newly published book is called It’s Grief: The Dance of Self-Discovery Through Trauma and Loss.