Family Friday Series: Memory Box

Welcome to Family Fridays — a series designed to give parents and children fun, meaningful activities you can do at home to explore feelings of grief and remember your loved one in unique ways. This week’s activity is an opportunity for children to remember their lost loved one. The only supplies you will need are a small…

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Supporting Grieving Families During COVID-19

Allyson England Drake, M.Ed., CT, Founder Executive Director Conversations About Grief (CAG) are a series of educational programs hosted by Full Circle professionals. This pre-recorded CAG offers various suggestions on how to support families who are grieving any type of death at this time of social distancing. This list is not exhaustive, but hopefully will offer…

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Incredibly Lonely, That’s Me

Parents and children are invited to find a cozy spot at home and join us for Story Time. The books, read by our Full Circle staff and therapists, are selected to help children explore the difficult emotions surrounding grief and loss and will encourage gentle conversations about all of those BIG feelings. This week, Mary Parke Holland,…

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Family Friday Series: Miss You Flower

Welcome to Family Fridays — a series designed to give parents and children fun, meaningful activities you can do at home to explore feelings of grief and remember your loved one in unique ways. Supplies: Today’s activity, a miss you flower, supports children in remembering their lost loved one. The only supplies you’ll need are construction paper, scissors…

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Virtual Individual Counseling: How Does It Work?

The Covid-19 Pandemic has dramatically altered everyone’s daily lives, including how professionals support people grieving the death or anticipating the loss of a loved one during these uncertain times.  Full Circle therapists are serving, adapting, and connecting to make our programs and services available to those who are grieving and need addditional support. We’ve opened up…

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Virtual Counseling: Serving, Adapting, and Connecting

COVID-19 has required precautions that may limit availability of resources and services and know that people can feel helpless while working with individuals and families during the pandemic. We are dedicated to staying flexible in meeting the needs of those who are not only isolated in their grief but also isolated in these current uncertain…

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May Staff Spotlight

This month, our staff spotlight is Becky Evans, MS, Resident in Counseling. Becky joined Full Circle in May 2012 and has led more than 35 groups, including Hands On Healing and Suicide Loss. What Makes Full Circle Unique? Full Circle is different from other grief services in that they provide so many creative avenues for…

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