By Melissa Weaver, LCSW

The experience of grief remains one that perpetuates feelings of isolation, difference, fear, and uncertainty. This journey is often one filled with deep loneliness, disconnect, and raw pain. The process of remembrance brings forth both feelings of comfort and of great longling. 

During a time of great uncertainty, those that are grieving face unique challenges and barriers to psychosocial well-being. Please join us as we explore both ways in which to remember and connect with our loved ones, as well as discover ways in which to practice periods of self-care.