Grief, Loss & Change
Women who have experienced loss during pregnancy or upon delivery. Individuals who are having a hard time feeling hopeful or resuming daily activities after the death of or separation from a family member, friend, or pet. Adults who are feeling the strain and distress associated with major life transitions such as divorce, empty nest, ill parents, and middle age. Young adults who feel insecure, overwhelmed, lost or even hopeless after high school or college.
Individuals who live with the complications of an inflammatory/chronic condition such as Crohns, Colitis, IBS, Multiple Sclerosis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Diabetes, and Migraines.
Adults who have a history of anxiety or depression that has become more problematic, causing panic attacks, obsessive thinking, irritability or increasingly isolating behaviors.Teenagers and young adults who struggle with developmental or circumstantial changes, appear more withdrawn or sad, may have engaged in risky behaviors or are expressing urges to harm themselves.
Parents, caregivers, and partners who need skills-based support to increase understanding and compassion towards loved ones.