Loss or Grief

Grief is the emotion that you feel after a significant loss, such as the death of a loved one. You may feel many different painful emotions as part of the grieving process. Feelings of shock, sadness, heartache, anger, depression, anxiety and denial are a few of the more common symptoms, but grieving is highly personal and each individual will have a unique experience and timeline. Although typically thought of as an emotional experience, the stress of grief can also result in physical problems like insomnia, changes in weight, lack of energy, and general aches and pains. There is no right or wrong way to grieve but a mental health professional can help you to find healthy ways to cope with the pain and, ultimately, to move on.

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Kelle DeBruin

Marriage Family Therapist Intern

I approach grief with education, support, and intuition. I find that the most challenging part of grief for people is the unpredictability and the loss of control that is felt as grief tends to take over various areas in people’s lives. To grieve is to acknowledge the loss of something significant in your life while also applying coping mechanisms.

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Jennifer Rocks, MA, MS, PsyD (she/her)

Clinical Psychologist

Grief is often a result of losing something you love. Often we feel shame or guilt for not being able to 'get over' our grief. We might experience sadness, disappointment, frustration or anger along with it. Grief is normal and can take time to process. Sometimes it comes unexpectedly, even when we think we're 'finished' with it! Together we will honor your grief and develop coping strategies.

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Nani Waddoups (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

Grief is a deeply personal experience, and everyone processes thier grief in their own unique way. There is no right way to grieve, no timeline on which we can mark when grieving 'should be over,' no roadmap of what to expect after a loss. My work with clients experiencing loss is to validate all of their responses as right for them, and as a necessary part of the transformational process.

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Daniel Maher, LCSW (He / Him)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LCSW

Everyone experiences loss of all kinds -- people, pets, relationships, jobs, physical ability, material items, roles, identity, etc. I work to create a respectful and supportive space in which we can help you move through the very normal but painful process of grief and bereavement, as well as help identify and attend to areas where you may be stuck.

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Nancy Pearson, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

There are so many kinds of loss and grief . . . divorce, death, illness, failure, and poignant missed opportunity. They are a part of the life cycle and can not be avoided or overlooked. Instead, they become markers of change that can help inform us and inspire us to meaningful ways of living. I can work with you and your family to integrate grief and loss into your bigger life story.

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Kelly Reams MSW, BCD Psychoanalyst

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

A large percentage of the children and adults I see are seeking help with grief reactions or loss experiences, either contemporary or a past history of early loss. Trained as a psychoanalyst, I'm able to help patients access unprocessed grief that has been hidden away or not accessible for other reasons. I receive referrals from the Dougy Center for children and families with loss through suicide

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danielle mcwilliams LPC NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Loss, grief, & bereavement take many forms & can have a lasting impact on who we are & how we see & be in our world. Whether our loved one is human or a special animal relationship, processing & healing after loss is essential. Through rituals, expressive work & myriad ways to remember & honor the connection shared, a new place to hold our love safe & secure can be created, treasured & maintained.

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Caitlin Keitel

Professional Counselor

We experience many deaths in our lives, though we do not always acknowledge the grief that accompanies our losses. Grief work gives us new language to understand our experiences, and ways of evolving in relationship to our losses and our loved ones who have died.

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Patrick Welly Jungian Analyst

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

I am a passionate in my commitment to the profound healing and growth inherent in loss and grief. Courage, creativity, and conscious suffering offer a pathway through.

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Nova (Stephenie) Knutson (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor Intern

MA, CHT

Although we are all impacted by loss and grief, contemporary dominant culture lacks tools and rituals to process and move through our grief. Grief and loss are a normal part of the human condition which, when processed have the potential to offer us depth, meaning and richness. I am honored to support clients through transformative grief processes.

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Rebecca Flatt

Clinical Social Work Associate

Grief and loss are two of the most unifying issues humans face. I've taken specialized training in grief and loss issues. Disenfranchised grief is an area that I have a great deal of knowledge in. Disenfranchised grief often feels like you have to qualify why your loss is painful. I provide a safe space to work through issues of grief and loss no matter how trivial it may seem. Your pain matters.

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Kelly Rees (she/her)

Clinical Sexologist

Certified, ACS, QMHA

Unprocessed grief can hold us back from living. If you have suffered a terrible loss, we can work together to bring light and air in the wounded places, thereby releasing you to live more fully. Often sexuality is deeply impacted by grief because so many feelings are accessible through sex.

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Erin Berk, LPC (She/Her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

MA,ATR,LPC

'Grief counseling becomes necessary when a person is so disabled by their grief, overwhelmed by loss to the extent that their normal coping processes are disabled or shut down. Grief counseling --art or verbal therapy, can facilitate expression of emotion and help to reduce the feelings of isolation, numbness and distress, by slowly processing feelings that arise.

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Laura Marie Separa MA LPC MFT

Licensed Professional Counselor

A hollow emptiness often characterizes the inner world of grief. This direct experience of mourning is the balancing act of a lifetime. My approach to understanding grief is to turn toward this empty space and to seek meaning within the loss. While this is a profound undertaking, it can often be the challenge that serves our greater purpose.

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Jenny Larson (she/her/hers)

Licensed Professional Counselor Intern

MA, LPC-Intern

I have had clients suffering from grief and have successfully treated them and have resources available to them.

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Julianna Vermeys

Licensed Professional Counselor

LPC, NCC

I have more than a decade of experience professionally and personally with the process of loss and grief. Using thoughtful, compassionate, empathic therapy in conjunction with body awareness and breathwork, I can help you feel less traumatized by the pain of major or minor loss and grief. My hope is that my work with you will help you integrate your experience into a richer and more profound life right now.

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Kimberly Woodworth

Licensed Professional Counselor Intern

Worked with clients dealing with grief and loss with training in this area via CACREP accredited graduate program

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Joseph Eaton

Once again, I fall back on my experience. I believe Entheogens may be helpful with loss and grief. Again, lets talk. Perhaps I can refer you on with any of these concerns if we decide not to work together.

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Jessica Feinsmith, MA, LPC intern (She/her/hers)

Licensed Professional Counselor Intern

LPC intern

In life, we will experience some form of loss, whether the passing of a loved one, the end of a relationship, or the loss of hopes and dreams. I believe that an empathic, resilient, strengths-based approach will eventually result in your ability to discover your silver lining and deeper insight into yourself. Through therapeutic healing, we can develop inner wisdom unique to ourselves.

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Kerry Powers, LPC (She/Her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

LPC

Grief exists in many forms from a loss of a dream or opportunity, personal power, a loved one, a health diagnosis or impairment. It is vital that you have a safe and supportive place to process feelings of anguish or sorrow and in time arrive at healing. Much of my clinical work has centered around loss and navigating transitions with a commitment to honor your experience with compassion.

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Robin Magdahlen

Licensed Professional Counselor

LPC RDT

Grief is a highly personal experience and is often not a linear process. There is no right or wrong way to grieve, only your way. However, to undergo the process alone can feel very isolating. Counseling can assist in this process, so that you can effectively grieve in a way that allows for the building of new coping strategies and ultimately allow you to move forward.

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Carl Jensen

Licensed Professional Counselor

MS, LPC

There is work to be done in processing the deep layers of sadness and other emotions, as well as the subsequent reactions that surface. Grieving comes in waves, and has it's own time frame.

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Glenn Goldman, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

One of the most common presenting issues is relationship loss. I have extensive experience helping people navigate through this kind of loss. I also have experience working with loss of a child, the loss of parents, and the loss of a loved one to suicide.

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Kelly Arthur, LPC, CADC I

Licensed Professional Counselor

Life is full of loss, and no two losses are ever the same. I work with individuals moving through the grief process by providing a safe place to be in pain. I will support you in being exactly where you are in the moment, fully exploring your experience and all the existential issues that arise in the face of loss. I facilitate grief groups and so know firsthand what tends to support healing.

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Aaron Buchholz

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

I have a lot of experience helping people with grief and past trauma. There is no grief like the grief that does not speak. -Henry Wordsworth

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Kate Parker-Shames

Licensed Professional Counselor

Loss, change, and transition is a natural and deeply painful part of being human. I will provide a space to support you as you grieve, seek to understand, process, and heal. I believe in your resiliency and strength. You do not have to face this alone. I can help.

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Katharyn Waterfield, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

OR Lic #C4802

Most of us know that there are expected aspects of grief and loss. What we often don't realize is that OUR WAY of grieving is just that, it is OUR way. We cannot compare to find a 'right way'. We do need permission to allow the experience to unfold. And then we watch, in time, as Intensity, Duration, and Frequency of the pain changes. The loss is forever. The quality of our sadness changes.

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Cathy Walker, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

As a suicide loss survivor and outreach volunteer for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, I have worked with many people who have experienced the devastating loss of a death by suicide, in addition, to those losses from divorce, illness, job loss and aging.

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Katrina Clark (she/her)

Clinical Social Work Associate

MSW, CSWA

Nothing in life compares to the pain of loosing someone (or something) that was dear to your heart. These significant losses are never simple, nor singular, rather they involve a myriad of complex emotions that can feel consuming at times. I work with individuals at any point of their grief journey. Together, we will make space for your loss and put together a toolbox of techniques and skills to help you navigate these challenging times.

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Jennie Hagen (She/Her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

LMHC, LPC

Losing a loved one is one of the hardest experiences we ever go through. What makes it harder is feeling like you're alone in your grief, or that what you're feeling is wrong. I can help by validating how difficult the experience of grief can be, being present with you through painful emotions, and discovering ways to find closure while still honoring your loved one and your memory of them.

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Johanna Courtleigh

Licensed Professional Counselor

MA, LPC

Life is full of losses. Most of us were trained to suppress our feelings and get over it. The people who taught us were folks who couldn't manage their own feelings. Grief in the face of loss is normal and deeply human. There's no right way or timeline to process our feelings. Therapy offers support so you can both feel, and learn to care for yourself in these deeply human, challenging times.

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Erin Axelrod, MA

Licensed Professional Counselor Intern

If loss is present for you, I am here to be with you in a meaningful way, embodying the knowing that we grieve because we have loved. In addition to educational training, I personally live close to grief. I am attuned to overt and covert losses, including anticipatory loss and broader experiences of grief, such as those stemming from collective trauma and current crises.

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Tina Lilly, MS LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Grief and Loss are frequent 'clients' of mine. Whether they arrive in the wake of losing a loved one, a pregnancy or a child, a relationship or a marriage, an ability or a dream, they are needed allies to integrate difficult life experiences, and they deserve nurturing and attention.

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Leslie Jones

Licensed Professional Counselor

I have helped clients express grief over the loss of partners, friends, family members, the ability to have a baby, and pets. I have come to learn that grief comes in myriad forms. I maintain safety and expertise in providing a venue for clients to be heard and express the pain of profound loss.

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Melissa Yeary, LPC (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

Loss, disappointment, and grief are inevitable parts of being human. My experience and training in navigating these difficult times will support you to emerge with renewed hope. Working through the stuck places you encounter along your journey to healing will bring you insight and wisdom you’ll be able to apply to all aspects of your life.

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Heather Sherman

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LCSW

Helping others through bereavement is also something that I am passionate about. I believe each person needs to be heard in their time of grief and loss.

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Maria Villegas

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Grief and loss shows up in everyone’s life in some way. It can be loss of a loved one, a dream, a relationship, and much more. You may wonder if you'll ever feel like yourself again. I offer you warmth and understanding that there is not one right way to grieve. In our work together, I hope to help you learn to honor your loss in a way that allows you to be present and thrive in your life again.

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Lindsay Anderson

Licensed Professional Counselor Intern

M.A., NCC, LPC-intern

Loss of any kind is difficult to cope with. Grief is a complicated process and can show up in many different ways across a lifetime. It is common to feel an external pressure to move on, and when you can't, it feels like something is wrong with you. Together, we will get to know your grief. I will honor your process, and provide space for you to be with your feelings and experiences.

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Jennifer Wohl, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

'The tragedy is not that we suffer, the tragedy is that we suffer alone.' Grieving the loss of a loved one may be the hardest thing you ever do -- you don't need to do it alone. Through one-on-one counseling and/or bereavement groups, you can heal the hole in your heart and live a life full of vitality once again.

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Justin Anderson

Marriage and Family Therapist

Experiencing grief can be crippling, and is a very personal experience. No two people process grief in the same way. If you or your family suffer from loss it can feel unbearable and important parts of your life can feel small. I have been through grief and loss personally, and will use my unfortunate wealth of experience to support you and your family through it.

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Derica Waller, MSW, LCSW - InnerLight Counseling (She/her)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

MSW, LCSW

My experience in working with grief has focused on both supporting those grieving the death of a loved one from illness or accident as well as the loss of a pregnancy or still birth. Grief is often present in major life changes as well, from moving to divorce to career changes. I can help you understand your own personal grief process, it's challenges and lessons, as you walk this path.

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Kimberlee Harrison

Licensed Professional Counselor

I am a Certified Grief Counselor (GC-C). My certification is from the American Academy of Grief, a subsidiary of the American Institute of Health Care Providers.

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Misha Drlikova

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LCSW

Loss and grief touches all of us in various degrees. Both are part of our experience of being a human being and are not avoidable. In my work with those who are working with grief and loss, I allow space for all and any emotion to come forward and be explored and strive to create provide a safe and compassionate space to do this work. After all, compassion is a relationship between equals.

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Joan Fleishman (she/her/hers)

Clinical Psychologist

PsyD

Loss is part of life. Much of our depression stems from loss. Loss can shake our identity in this world. I have worked with many people on loss and grief and see this as an area of expertise.

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Gail Westlin, MS, MEd, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Supporting individuals and families around loss is a privilege. Grief has a life of its own with its own timeframe. I offer a safe and loving environment to bring your grieving process.

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Adam Benjamin

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

We encounter many forms of grief in our lives. I have conducted bereavement groups for those who have lost loved ones. I am also attuned to the grief that accompanies a lost childhood (for instance, when a parent has major mental illness), or lost innocence (the sense of safety, for instance, that disappears due to abusive or chaotic upbringing).

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Jennie Hayes, MS, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor Intern

Loss alway takes more from us than the person or relationship we've lost, and grief doesn't happen in any one way or on any one's timeline. But with care and connection, there can be deep meaning and healing in even the most profound pain.

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Krystal Marcinkiewicz

Licensed Professional Counselor Intern

Grief and loss can come in many forms, due to many situations, both expected and unexpected. I work to help educate my clients around the different stages of grief and loss, and assist in identifying their own unique experiences, where they are at with coping, processing each emotion and feeling that is encountered, and find healing.

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Emily Beloof

Marriage Family Therapist Intern

Have you recently gone through a breakup that has left you confused and sad? Lost a loved one or pregnancy unexpectedly? If you are struggling with the weight of your grief, I can help. Together, we can identify strategies to help you get through acute and chronic grief and provide a safe space to process complex feelings that come with loss.

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Kelly Sullivan

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

While we will all experience losses in our life, each person's story is unique. I provide context and connection to other's experiences, while providing space to each person as they determine their own meaning and direction after loss. My work has spanned supporting people through pregnancy loss, the loss of a child and the death of a life partner.

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Amanda Feaver, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Everything changes, we know that, but we have such a difficult time letting things go. Our work together will help you grieve well so you can live well.

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Katie Finn (McNeil)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Loss and grief do not only apply to the death of a friend or family member. This issue can be a common hurdle for most, especially regarding life transitions and changes out of one's control. My own life experiences, and collaboration with the Dougy Center, pet loss support groups, and individual work with those who have lost a loved one, all provide me with tools to support others at this time.

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Robert Morrissey

Licensed Art Therapist

I worked in Hospice in NYC with families and children as well as with communities of color during the height of the AIDS crisis.

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Angela Keeney, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

While grief is most commonly associated with the death of someone close to us, we may also experience grief around a variety of other life challenges/transitions, such as the ending of a relationship, job loss, parenting milestones, loss of a deeply held belief, or a move to a new place. I can help you face grief and loss with courage, allowing for healing and a deeper sense of meaning to emerge.

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Ryan Grassmann, M.A., LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

I believe loss and grief is the great leveler. Nobody, regardless of their privilege, can escape the inevitability of loss. As a culture, we suffer from a lack of pathways to effective and meaningful grieving. I help people learn to identify the opportunities for meaning-making that follow loss. If you're experiencing acute loss, I recommend reading the work of David Kessler, particularly, "Making Meaning," released in late 2019. Professional support can help tremendously too.

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Shawna Oliver, LCSW (she/her)

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

LCSW

Grief and loss does not look or feel the same for everyone who experiences it. And grief and loss can be associated with not only losing a loved one but also a relationships ending, difficult life transitions, loss of employment, and many other challenges life presents. With support in developing the tools necessary, individuals can better cope with loss and still lead happier lives.

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Audrianna J. Gurr (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

LPC License and CADCI certificate, CDWF certificate

We all experience loss in our lives whether it is the loss of an influential person, job or experience. We even experience loss and grief with 'good' things happen, we move, have the birth or adoption of a child, get a new job, etc. We often need help and compassion to sort through the various feelings and process the steps to help us move into places of acceptance of our new situations.

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Star Meadow Counseling

Licensed Professional Counselor

Our mission is to create a safe, non-judgmental, and supportive space for clients to process losses. We help clients process and heal from single loss, complex or long-standing grief.

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Larissa Kaul

Professional Counselor

Loss and grief are experienced for many reasons, sometimes even every day. I consider being an expert in loss or grief a necessity as a counselor. My training includes my particular approach as a counselor and spirit worker, which focuses on building emotional awareness and resilience, and creating ritual around change and transformation.

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Gayle Waitches

Licensed Professional Counselor Intern

Our culture often places an expiration date on grief's timeline. But for those of us who have known grief-who have lived the full body experience of loss as a visceral, shattered, flattened, leaded amputation of life as we once knew it- understand that grief will not be censored. Honoring and tending and holding and loving our grieving parts-- this is the spacious journey through.

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Tamara Webb

Licensed Professional Counselor

Through extensive personal and professional experience, along with on-going study, I have developed a finely tuned approach to grief & loss, as well as death & dying issues. I am especially adept with traumatic loss (suicides, violent or disturbing deaths) and with ambiguous loss, such as missing persons, loved ones in comas or dealing with Alzheimer's.

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Amy Galaviz (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor Intern

LPC Intern (OR), MHCA (WA)

Throughout life, we face many losses that can make it difficult to function. Whether someone is facing the loss of a child, a loved one, a relationship or even a job or home, I help individuals work through grief that leaves them feeling helpless, lost or perhaps paralyzed with sadness. I work alongside you, to help you get to a place where you feel like yourself again.

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Colleen Burke-Sivers, LPC (She/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

Life is a series of losses, but most people are not prepared for the impact of significant losses on their psyche and sense of well-being. If you have recently experienced the loss of someone close, a relationship, or a dream, I will help you to come to terms with the loss and rediscover joy in life at a pace that will not rush you through your grief.

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Brittany Boney, LMFT

Licensed Marriage Family Therapist

Grief and loss is, at it's core, a loss of connection. My work in this area focuses on creating an environment where you can mourn your loss, identify where connection has been ruptured, and begin to imagine what life will be like moving forward.

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Joe Doherty

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Joe began his work in the field of grief and loss over 30 years ago in the early days of the HIV epidemic. He has also been the mental health consultant to several hospices. He specializes in working with Parents who have lost children.

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Miranda Bayard-Clark, LPC (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

Whether it is the loss of a loved one, loss of a pet, or health diagnosis, life is full of loss and grief. Even life changes such as moving to a new city, ending a career, or completing a project we are passionate about can bring on manifestations of loss and grief. Having a place to make sense of these changes in a supportive environment is how I support clients through this difficult time.

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jane Newman

Licensed Professional Counselor

My area of expertise is in grief and loss -having worked in Hospice and an Outpatient Cancer Center. Grief and loss encompasses life transitions, divorce, job loss, chronic illness and, of course, death. Grief is a natural, normal process and my role is to offer support, validate (normalize) and companion people through this process.

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Ruth Diaz

Professional Counselor

I have worked with grief and loss quite a bit over the years. While I can't change the pain of what/who you lost, I can give you a space to feel the feelings you currently experience as disabling, and through understanding and advice empower you, as you are able, to create meaning and new life out of your loss.

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Licensed Professional Counselor Intern

Experiencing loss and grief can be considered an effort to meet or do justice to the fullness and complexity of ones relationship to what has been lost, and to the experience of loss itself. Framing grief in this way can facilitate relating to it and weathering the pain involved in the process of healing.

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Samantha Auclair (She/her/hers)

Licensed Professional Counselor Intern

MS, CRC, NCC, LPC Intern, LMHCA

I have a background in bereavement support, including working directly with people in hospice. I have a specialization in adjustment to disability, which often involves a great deal of loss and grief.

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Henry Cameron

Licensed Professional Counselor

It is sadly a part of our culture that a mindful and respectful dialogue about death, loss and the inevitable passage of time is lacking for most of us. I bring years of study, reflection, philosophy, and a little bit of humor, to the topic that we all must face.

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Marla Christensen LPC NCC

Marriage and Family Therapist

Coping with the loss of someone or something that you love is one of the biggest challenges people can face. The pain of loss can feel overwhelming. Many people may experience all types of unexpected emotions. If you are experiencing different emotions following a loss, it might help to know that your reaction is natural. I help guide you through your loss in a safe and trusting environment.

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Polly Harrison (she/her)

Marriage Family Therapist Intern

Grief is a normal part of a loving life, but it can be a time of confusion, isolation, and terrible emotional pain. Mourning the death of a loved one, or even an acquaintance or a change of life, can bring to the surface thoughts of one's own mortality and vulnerability to further pain. It can be complicated. Often there are collateral losses- changes in finances, community, and identity.

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MereAnn Reid

Licensed Professional Counselor

Much of my work with kids is around transitions: Adoption, losing a pet, new school, moving. I support kids who've lost a parent or sibling, whether they've died or otherwise gone away, and help them make sense of the big changes in their life and family. I have experience with adoption search & reunion, planning birth country trips, talking about donors and surrogacy, or prep for an expected loss

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Myra Sicilia, LPC (she/her)

Licensed Professional Counselor

Death and bereavement are universally inescapable events that we all have to face; no matter how much we resist. Individuals may experience suicidal thoughts, numbness, or the disconnection , which interferes with daily activities. What we do with that indentation gives us strength or hinders us from living.  Some clients need a higher level of support and this is where I can come.

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Anne Emmett

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

We experience loss throughout our lives and yet we naturally resist it. I have helped people mourn various losses in life and become open to new growth and experiences.

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Jane Mayer

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

My primary professional interest has been to learn how to be present to people as they grieve their losses. Often, well-meaning loved ones want to rush the bereaved through their pain, as it can seem settling and unsettling. Grief is a part of life that few of us learn to do well, and I help people move through their grief, honor their losses and learn how to move forward at their own pace.

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Cynthia Aerni, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Continuing education and training focused on healing, and growing through, the myriad of ways we experience loss and grief in our lives.

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Beth Ann Short LCAT, ATR-BC

Art Therapist

Grief is fluid and the emotions that one can experience in this state can be volatile and difficult to face. Using art therapy in the grief process for any age is a safe container to externalize feelings. In our sessions clients are often able to find words for thoughts and feelings they may not have understood in previously.

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Vinnie Gwozdz (He/Him)

Licensed Professional Counselor

MS, CRC, LPC

Loss and grief go hand in hand and are happening in our lives constantly in ways big and small. Having a space to process grief can be immensely helpful and that is one thing I would love to help you with!

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Emily Berry LPC (she/they)

Licensed Professional Counselor

Grief/loss is a particularly special and delicate piece of the human experience and our understanding of mental health, as the process of grief/loss is universal, yet distinctly unique to each individual's felt experience. There is no right or wrong way to grieve. We all need space to allow grief to unfold in order to heal. We can discover your own unique, healthy and honest grieving process.

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