Full Circle, Richmond’s Comprehensive Grief Resource Center, has responded to the growing needs in our community by adding Individual Counseling services. Expanding our services to include this one-on-one counseling will grow our reach of support and ensure that children and adults have a spectrum of grief support available at Full Circle.
Grief counseling can help someone:
- Understand the grief and loss process more deeply and recognize that the feelings experienced are normal and natural
- Work through the process of grieving and the feelings of loss in a safe environment
- Identify the ways that life has changed and challenges experienced since the death
- Recognize specific parts in life where coping is difficult
- Identify strategies and behaviors to help one cope and re-engage in daily tasks
- Find comfort in positive memories without being overcome by a sense of loss
As an organization, we strive to provide those who are grieving with a personalized approach to grief support. We work to understand a person’s current needs, offering space and a place of acceptance to work through these needs. Our professionals utilize our extensive knowledge of grief and loss to help individuals move forward in their grief journey and learn to understand and accept a “new normal.” We believe individual counseling can be a complementary service to our groups, but it may be the preferred choice instead of group work.
- Where is the counseling be located?
These services are held at our Center, located at 10611 Patterson Avenue, Building #201, Richmond VA 23238. This is the upstairs entrance closest to Pump Road.
- What are the specialties of the practice?
Full Circle provides individual counseling services for children and adults dealing with grief due to the death of someone significant, traumatic grief (such as homicide, suicide, perinatal or child loss, traumatic accident, etc.), and anticipatory grief (grief associated with a life-threatening or terminal illness).
- Who can utilize the individual counseling services?
Our individual counseling services are offered to anyone in our community.
- What ages can seek individual counseling services?
Individual counseling will be offered for children (ages 3-17) and adults.
- How do I make an appointment?
You can call Allison Schooley, our Practice Manager, at 804.308.0118 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- How will I be matched with a therapist for counseling?
Please see the professional bios for an introduction to our therapists providing individual counseling. These professionals include our Executive Director, Program Managers, Clinical Social Workers, and Group Facilitators for Full Circle. They have an extensive knowledge around grief and loss as well as traumatic grief and anticipatory grief. Our Practice Manager will answer your call or email, and talk with you about a good match for your current needs. Or, you can request a specific therapist to work with, and we will do our best to meet your request.
- What is the typical length of treatment?
The typical length of time for individual counseling is approximately eight sessions. But, every individual has unique needs and your therapist will work with you to determine a plan that best meets your needs.
- Do you take insurance?
Currently, we do not take insurance.
- Will you take insurance in the future?
We are currently exploring options to make our individual counseling services more affordable for everyone. We are working on getting our individual counseling services approved by insurance companies and hope this option will be available in 2019.
- What is the cost be for individual counseling? What forms of payment do you accept?
Each 50-minute session will cost $60, and we accept credit cards, cash, and checks.
- What if we cannot afford to pay for these services?
If you are in this position, please call Allison Schooley to discuss.
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