GRIEF THERAPY GROUP
is a journey. Grief is a person’s spiritual, emotional,
intellectual and physical reaction to loss, which can begin before
the loss actually occurs and persists until the grief reaction is no
longer noticed. People in the helping professions know that a
person’s experience of grief is short or long, mild or disruptive,
mental or physical, depending on both obvious and subtle influences.
You have experienced grief. Perhaps a favorite piece of clothing wore
out, you moved away from friends, or a parent died. Perhaps you
experienced panic, or depression, or despair, or sadness, or
nostalgia, or anger, or something else. Maybe you experienced foggy
thinking, an absence of emotions, uncontrolled emotions, a loss of
appetite, joint pain, or any number of other sensations.
experience of grief will be unique, even though it may include states
others experience. A group of supportive, understanding,
empathetic, fellow travelers can be extremely helpful. Having a grief
support group may make the difference in resolving your
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Facilitated by Clark Echols, MDiv, PC
(513) 791-5990 EXT 147
Where: Professional Pastoral-Counseling Institute
8035 Hosbrook Rd, Suite 300
Cincinnati, OH 45236
Pre-registration is required.