Grief can be quite painful and is a normal reaction to death. Grieving and mourning are essential to our healing. Some common reactions of grief are, denial, guilt, anger, numbness, difficulty concentrating, loss of appetite and intense sadness. The array of intense emotions that you experience can make you feel like you are going crazy. The experience of grief is highly individual and personal, talking with someone and finding a way to work through your pain can be a powerful tool. The most important thing is to take care of yourself. Our team of professionals provides a diverse spectrum of approaches in working with you.
- One on One Counseling
- Couples Counseling
- Family Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Secular Counseling or Christian Based
Who Do We Serve?
- Children and adults that have suffered a loss
- Anyone struggling in their grief
- Uninsured individuals
- Low income families
- Families facing financial difficulties and the inability to afford copays and deductibles
- Any individual regardless of income
Indications Professional Help Is Needed:
- Feel like life isn't worth living
- Wish you had died with your loved one
- Blame yourself for the loss or failing to prevent it
- Unable to perform your normal daily activities
- Avoid speaking about the person who died
- Excessive anger
- Turning to substance abuse
Counseling Service FEES
The Grief Center offers counseling services on a sliding fee scale according to income. We believe everyone should have access to Grief Care. Call 720-408-8417 for more information on applying for a discounted rate.