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    • Changing Tradition with Alternative Funeral Services

    • Grief Counseling
    Doug was a free spirit. He had a gypsy soul and his heart overflowed with boundless curiosity, humor and genuine…
  • The holiday season can be painful for adults after the death of a family member or friend, and unfortunately the…
  • To be a child in this culture is to be vulnerable, and all too often invisible and unheard. It takes…
  • Sometimes our grief is too much to hold. Sometimes it is too heavy to carry and needs to be set…
  • Human beings are a resilient lot. Throughout our histories, shared and individual, we see time and again how we can…
    • Grief Activity: Making a Container to Hold our Hope

    • Grief Counseling
    When a person we love desperately has died, we often are grieving so deeply that we feel little hope or…
    • Celebration of Life Other Cultures: Day of the Dead

    • Grief Counseling
    Every October, kids in the United States (as well as Canada and Ireland) dawn their best costume and parade neighborhoods…
    • How to Support Someone Who is Grieving a Loss

    • Grief Counseling
    If someone close to you is grieving the death of a loved one, you may not know what to do…
    • Coping with Stillbirth, Miscarriage, and Neonatal Loss

    • Grief Counseling
    The loss of a baby through miscarriage, stillbirth, or during early infancy is a unique and often isolating grief experience.…
  • Adults are familiar with the term “death” when a loss takes place close to the family, and they know what…
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