You don’t have to grieve alone. A group setting can help you discover new ways to cope with your grief among others who will be able to understand and relate to your experience. I ensure that groups are a safe space made up of compassionate, caring people who are interested in their own healing and supporting others in need of healing as well.
Grief Support Group
Designed for those struggling with the death of someone they loved and cared for, this support group will be comprised of 4-6 people who will be able to understand and relate to your loss and grief.
Designed for widows, ages 25-40, who are struggling with the death of their husband, wife, or life partner, this support group will be comprised of 4-6 people who will be able to understand and relate to grief that is unique to a young widow.
Designed for those struggling with the death of a sibling, this support group will be comprised of 4-6 people and will explore the grief that is unique to losing a sibling.
Designed for those grieving the death of someone in your life—you don’t have to grieve alone. Come spend every other Tuesday morning in a supportive and nurturing space where you can connect with others who understand how it feels to experience grief.
Let’s Talk Loss
This lunchtime series provides a place to share stories of loss, ask questions about grief, or gain a deeper understanding about your grief experience. Grief affects every person in different ways, every time you have a loss. Whether you are grieving someone who has died, the ending of a relationship, a job, a pet, a place or an era, you are welcome here.
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