Losing someone or something you love is most often very painful - yet it's something that almost everyone will expereince at some point in their lives. Loss that goes unacknowledged or unattended can result in disability. But grief that is expressed and experienced has a potential for healing that can eventuallY strengthen and enrich life. There is no right or wrong way to grieve, but there are ways you can make your grieving more complete and more positive.
The clinicians of The Freedman Center are trained to provide a safe, comfortable space for clients who need guided support through their grieving process which can include, anger, depression, denial, bargaining and acceptance. We understand that everyone grieves in their own way in their own time, and encourage clients to utilize their strengths, talents and positive relationships to help cope with the loss of a loved one, pet, career and various other significant losses.