Grief Support Now Available
It is impossible to comprehend the intense anguish and pain we endure when we lose a loved one. The symptoms go beyond what anyone could possibly comprehend unless they have endured a loss themselves. Even then, another person's grief journey may be handled different than yours. The list is endless of emotional and physical symptoms one may endure after losing a loved one. Everything from a loss of interest in things you once felt pleasure for, to struggles concentrating, anger, numbness, resentment, disorientation, ongoing fatigue, guilt, loneliness, physical illness and depression are only a few one may experience. Patti believes that although grief is universal, each person's journey is very personal therefore grief support can vary from person to person. Grieving is a process that takes a long time, and taking the time to get support for yourself is crucial whether it has been a month, 6 months, 1 year or 3 years. Grief travelers go at different paces, honor yours.
You cannot plant an acorn in the morning and expect that afternoon to sit in the shade of an oak.~ Antoine de-Saint-Exupery
We are now offering grief support for individuals & families dealing with the loss of a loved one by our executive director, Patti Brown. Patti, a licensed psychotherapist has been providing grief therapy for over 20 years. She plans to put together a support group when we move into our larger facility in the next few months. If you receive our newsletter you will find the details as we get closer to setting a scheduled time for groups to meet.
If you are interested in individual or family grief support please email or call Patti at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up an appointment.