Transform Pain after Grief and Loss



Reduce the pain. Locate internal tools and transform pain to possibilities. Group will focus on death, sudden loss, grief, and bereavement process. Group includes an education component on the stages of death and bereavement with a look at previous personal expeiences and how its impacting the present.  The group will specialize in helping to understand different types of grief, techniques to cope with trauma and loss, and practices to generate meaning during trauma during transformation. When you leave the group you will know your not alone and will have tools to help you manage and engage grief work. You will be able to establish new memories and connections to those you have lost.



Groups are led by a therapist who have experienced loss.

Handouts included

Individual sessions available upon request

$45 per session


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