Jeffrey Hammond, Ph.D.
1286 Suncrest Towne Centre, Morgantown, West Virginia 26505
Death is a normal part of life, yet we are usually quite unprepared to deal with it. Our instinct for life tends to hold down our familiarity with death and thus can result in significant emotional distress when we are confronted with the loss of a love object. In the final analysis, if we can process loss in a relatively healthy way, we have the opportunity to confront the ultimate issue, which is our own mortality.
Michael Pecosh, M.Ed., NCC, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
20 Old Plank Rd. Suite 100, Washington, Pennsylvania 15301
No matter how much you may want to, you cannot return to your "pre-loss" state--the person you were before the loss. My work with you will center on helping you to adapt to life after the loss. It is important for you to realize that everyone grieves differently, so don't you compare your grief journey to someone else's, and don't let others do it to you. Come in and let's have a talk and we'll see what we can do to make life better for you, and we will laugh while we do it!