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Grieving Together

8 Week Group Begins March 24 Wednesdays · 11:00 am – 12:00 pm via Zoom Facilitated by Donna Kane, MA, CT The death of someone we cared about can leave us with a range of emotions and reactions. If you have lost someone special to you, this eight-week program offers a safe, welcoming space to …

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Our Mental Health is Part of the Public Health Emergency

By Jacki Post Ashkin, MSW, LCSW-C One in four young adults has struggled with suicidal thoughts since the coronavirus hit, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). One in four. It is a staggering and frightening reality. As the new year began, we learned of the suicide death of Tommy Raskin, the 25-year-old …

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Coping with Sudden Death

All of us live our lives with some fundamental assumptions.  We do this to organize our world and create predictability in our daily lives.  We go to work and assume our car will be where we parked it last.  We leave work and assume our house will be in the same condition it was in when we left for work.  Knowing that objects continue to exist when they cannot be sensed in any way is called object permanence.

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