Our Grief Counselors offer support, guidance, comfort, and hope to children, teens, and adults who have experienced the death of someone significant in their life.
Counseling, support groups, workshops, and experiential programs help people throughout their grief journey, whether immediately after a loss or later in life when grief resurfaces.
Our Mitchell David Center for Hope & Healing provides specialized programs and resources that address the needs of children and teens.
Watch Our Grief Video Programs for Children
Each video ends with a pop-up link to request free companion materials.
For more information about any of our grief services, contact Donna Kane, MA, CT, JCS Grief Clinician at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-843-7394.
Date: 2nd Thursday each month @ 7:00 pm via Zoom. If you have experienced the death of a love one by suicide, this group is a safe, confidential place to share and process your grief.
Grief is a universal experience that transcends boundaries, cultures, and backgrounds. It’s a complex and deeply personal emotion that we all must face at some point in our lives and it is an emotion that unites us all. But one thing is certain – when it comes to grief, there are no winners.