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Tag Archives: Support group
Organize your grief support system in advance of transitions
Our Tip of the Week: If you are anticipating the expected death of a loved one, or if you love someone who will die (which includes all of us), establishing an inner circle of supportive friends, family and community resources well … Continue reading
Connecting with others dealing with loss can be a important part of the grieving process
Our Tip of the Week: Grief can feel incredibly lonely. In the process of coping with the death of a loved one, it’s common to feel alienated from everyday life and isolated from the people around you not currently dealing … Continue reading
The grass-roots organization Josie's Place raises funds for children grieving the death of a parent, sibling, close relative or friend
Be sure to mark your calendars, San Francisco readers! There’s an exciting (and tasty) event approaching. Come nibble on pizza at Patxi’s Inner Sunset location on Wednesday, October 9th, for a good cause: the grass-roots organization Josie’s Place will receive a portion of all … Continue reading
Facilitating recovery and hope for a stronger, more meaningful life after the suicide of a loved one
Today, SevenPonds speaks with Susan Celentano of Beyond Surviving. Susan has been practicing psychotherapy in the Los Angeles Area for over 20 years, where she works as a therapist for those grieving the suicide of a loved one. Through her … Continue reading
Announces an evening benefitting grieving children and families entitled "Hope Springs"
More than a year ago I became aware of Josie’s Place, a San Francisco Bay Area support group for children and teens who have lost a loved one. The founder, Patricia Murphy, lost her own mother when she was a … Continue reading