Sky Kershner, LPC, LCSW
KPCC Counseling: Take the Next Step
16 Leon Sullivan Way, Charleston, West Virginia 25301
Our staff is well versed with the challenges of coping with loss and how difficult it can be to transition to a place of wholeness, acceptance, and peace. Your grief is your personal journey, now one can walk it for you, and no one can tell you how you should be doing it. I will walk with you. Telling the story of your relationship can be difficult, but through the tears, healing often comes.
David E. Frederick, PhD, NCTC-1
1218 5th Ave. – Suite 14, Huntington, West Virginia 25701
Experiencing a sense of deep grief is a very natural and human reaction to an important loss. This can occur through death, divorce, and of another dearly-beloved relationship, as well as the loss of a highly-valued profession or physical ability through car accident, work injury or other means. As appropriate for the particular client, Dr. Frederick may employ the use a very structured letter-writing homework exercise, an effective in-office exercise, and/or simply and caringly listening to the client’s deep pain.
Michael Clay, MA, DMin
Independently Licensed/Board Certified Counselor
The Word House, Inc. - 401 10th Street, Suite 320, Huntington, West Virginia 25701
Grief is a normal reaction to loss. Progressing through the associated process of grieving requires one not only to arrive at answers as to how the loss influence one's life, but also overcoming the emotions that are universally associated. Counselors assist the person grieving accomplish both, in an atmosphere of much needed support and encouragement.