GRIEFCARE PLACE SUPPORT GROUPS
The GriefCare Place offers support groups that give those grieving the loss of a loved one by death the understanding of the grief process and encourages them that healing will come.
All grief support groups are at no cost.
All groups will meet at The GriefCare Place at 4499 Darrow Road in Stow in the Western Reserve Foot Clinic/Nationwide building -- entrance in rear.
Call the office for further information and detailed directions at 330-686-1750 or email: email@example.com.
Monthly meeting calendars are posted on our website, www.thegriefcareplace.org.
Individual counseling is provided by a licensed professional therapist in affiliation with Moriah Counseling & Consulting.
Clients are seen on Wednesday's at the GriefCare Place by appointment only.
Call the GriefCare Place at 330-686-1750.
The GriefCare Place, serving grievers from 66 communities in Northeast Ohio, has been committed since 1997 to bring hope and healing to broken hearts caused by the death of a loved one.
GROUP SESSIONS -- Week of Feb. 13
Widowed Men's Group -- Designed for men who have experienced the death of a spouse.
This group, led by Mike Farmer, will meet on Feb. 13 at 7 p.m.
Widowed Women's Group -- Designed specifically for widows of all ages and stages of grief.
This group, led by Sue Freeman, will meet Feb. 15 at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m.
After Suicide -- Designed specifically for any adult who has experienced the loss of a loved one through a completed suicide.
This group, led by Maribeth Lieberth, MA LPC-CR, will meet Feb. 16 at 7 p.m.
Spring Kid's Time will take place for six consecutive Mondays, beginning April 3, and running through May 8. The camp is for children ages 6 through 12 who have experienced a significant loss, such as that of a parent, grandparent or sibling.
Through fun activities incorporating art, music, books and play, children will learn about and explore their grief with similar-aged peers who have had related experiences. This will help children discover feelings, memories and coping techniques for grief. They will gain tools for managing and effectively expressing grief in their everyday lives.
This camp is led by Mike Johnson, M.A.Ed., LPCC and Richelle Setordzie, M.A., LPC. Register children by calling the GriefCare Place at 330-686-1750 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, on April 3 a special session for parents/guardians on "How to Help a Grieving Child," also at 6 p.m.