Stephen Luther, MSEd, MEd, NCC, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
8320 Pennsylvania Ave., North Huntingdon, Pennsylvania 15642
Love comes with a terrible cost. When our loved ones pass, we are left with the void in our hearts and souls where our loved one occupied. We are the same, but life will never be the same. When the funeral is over, and the well-wishers are gone, we are left with the familiar place without the ones that should be with us. At Grace Wellness Center we help you navigate the grieving process and find healing both emotionally and spiritually. We help you examine the questions that seem to have no answers and deal with the feelings that seem to have no end. Let us help you find healing and peace.
Kathleen Thomas, MSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
4559 Old William Penn Hwy., Murrysville, Pennsylvania 15668
Loss occurs in everyone, sometimes it is expected, sometimes not. It can be helpful to have someone to help put things in perspective and to find a "New" normal functioning. Grief and Cognitive -Behavioral therapies, with the guidance of a therapist, can help individuals make adjustments in living and thinking about the loss, and move on with life using healthy coping skills.
William Kelly, Ph.D., NCP
5725 Forward Ave, Suite 300, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15217
Grieving is a normal process filled with pain. Sometimes the process can be made easier by talking to a someone. People who are grieving the loss of a loved one or the loss of a relationship are often confused about the meaning of the loss and have raw emotions just below (or sometimes directly on) the surface. I provide three things: 1) a compassionate place to talk about the loss, 2) ways to figure out what the loss means to you, and 3) ways to take the loving memories of the person in your heart while you manage to move on with life with a healthy sadness rather than intense despair.
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.