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Grief support groups & counseling

Whether you've experienced a loss, a traumatic event, or a recent diagnosis, it's important to remember that you're not alone. Support groups and counseling can help you find peace and comfort.

Grief counseling

Grief counseling is a specialized type of therapy designed for those who lost a loved one. With the help of a professional therapist, grief counseling addresses the physical, emotional, spiritual, and cognitive responses to loss and bereavement. Having a qualified healthcare professional help you navigate your way through the journey of grief provides much-needed guidance, perspective, and comfort. Ultimately, grief counseling is aimed at finding support methods for long-term healing.

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Grief support groups

There are so many different types of grief and loss, and no two forms are alike. This means many people experiencing grief often feel isolated and alone. A grief support group is a support system designed for those who experienced a loss. Not only do these groups offer a sense of togetherness and companionship, but they also typically are guided by a qualified grief counselor. Sometimes talking and listening to others who have been in your shoes is the most powerful form of healing.

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