Kathryn Castle, PhD, LMHC, ACS, DCC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Location: 46 Prince Street, LL004, Rochester
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Castle.

Loss is a part of life, but when you are grieving, it can seem overwhelming and endless. You are not alone. I can help you to get through this time in your life, providing warmth, safety, and caring to give you the support that you need in this trying time. You will never forget - but in processing your loss in a supportive environment, your grief will loosen its hold over you so that you can move forward in your life.

Cindy McCormack, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Location: 2290 East Avenue, Rochester
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I believe that losses are not something we just "get over" or "move on" from. Grief is a process that takes time and action. I believe losses are something that, with proper support, we learn to live with. I help people learn to live with their loss by listening, normalizing, supporting and offering suggestions. For more information go to my website at www.cindymccormack.com/grief counseling.

Nicole Crump, LMSW

Licensed Master's Social Worker

Location: 919 Winton Road South Suite 101, Rochester
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Have you experienced an unexpected and/or devastating loss in your life? Are you dealing with a divorce? Death of a loved one? Loss of relationships? These events can question someone’s sense of security, trust, self confidence, and relationships. Loss is unavoidable in life, while grief is the healing process. Throughout the complicated journey of grief and loss Modern Therapy Services is able help individuals, children, couples, and families heal.

Keith Wilson, LMHC, CASAC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Location: 1596 Monroe Ave, Rochester
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I am committed to helping you fully express yourself and to helping you find your way out of grief. I tend to be more interactive than many counselors and strive to be clear and direct, down-to-earth and practical. I use a number of techniques, selecting from each as it seems appropriate. However, I have found that techniques are not as important as the working alliance that the counselor and the client build together. I strive to create a private, non-judgmental environment that feels like a natural, normal conversation, but turns out to be like no other conversation you've ever had.

Joyce Wagner, Ph.D., LCSW-R

Clinical Social Worker, Counselor Educator/Supervisor

Location of Therapist: Rochester, NY
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Wagner.

Individuals moving through the process of grief and loss experience a wide fluctuation of emotions that may range from anger and anxiety to shock and sadness. When I work with someone who is either anticipating a loss (for instance, caring for a loved one who is critically ill) or already grieving I do my best to just sit and listen. No two people experience loss in the same way and I feel it is important to give people the time and space they need to grieve in their own way. Working through specific memories, creating remembrance ceremonies and making sure the person takes step to care for him/herself are also important parts of the journey of healing.

Laurie Agnello, LMHC, CASAC

Licensed Mental Health Counselor/ CASAC

Location: 3380 Monroe Ave., Rochester
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The stages of grief and loss individuals spend different lengths of time to express and achieve hope and acceptance. In nurturing counseling sessions I assist clients in understanding the stages of grief and in adopting healthy ways of expressing their anger and pain. When clients are depressed and in mourning it is so necessary for them to have some one to share their feelings with and learn healthy tools for an opportunity to achieve peace.

Lori McCabe, LCSW-R

Therapist/Clinical Social Worker

Location of Therapist: Rochester, NY
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There are at least 40 different kinds of loss that people can experience during their lives; the grief reaction to loss is normal and natural. Often, the loss people experience is isolated and intellectualized. But people do not have broken heads, they have broken hearts. I am a certified grief recovery specialist through the internationally established Grief Recovery Institute. In addressing loss issues, I offer emotional safety and validation as well as providing a structured process for healing. No one "gets over" an emotional loss. Instead, through the grief recovery process, one can learn how to survive a loss and potentially thrive.

Mariya Petrova, M.S., LMHC

NY State Licensed Mental Health Counselor/Psychotherapist

Location: 1151 Pittsford Victor Road, Suite 120, Pittsford
Fast Contact: Email or Call Mariya.

Grief and loss can affect our entire life experience - how we view ourselves, our relationships and how we care about ourselves and those whom we love. Grief and loss can be the underlining causes of weight gain or eating disorders, addictions, relationship problems, etc. Please allow me to provide you with the support you deserve to process your loss in a meaningful and productive way so you can enjoy life once again. A FREE initial consultation can't hurt, right? I am exited to meet you!

Steve Michener, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Location: 500 Perinton Hills Office Park, Fairport
Fast Contact: Email or Call Steve.

Grief is a normal emotion which all humans will experience in their lives when they lose something of value. It may be the death of a loved one, the loss of a relationship, the termination from a job, or a decline in physical functioning. Grief is testimony to one's capacity to feel love. Fortunately, most people are able to move through their grief in due time. There is no right way or wrong way to resolve feelings of grief. There also is no "acceptable" time limit on how long someone "should" grieve. There is wisdom in the idea that "time cures all things." Still, there are times when a grieving person may want some strategies to help them move through their grief in a healthy manner.

Grief Counseling Hilton NY.

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If you have experienced the pain and trauma of loss, grief counseling Hilton NY with a licensed therapist can help you move through. A New York grief and loss counselor has training and experience in helping people who have suffered loss to find strength, to cope, and move through the trauma. Hilton grief counseling can be an important tool to help you through this difficult time. And while nothing anyone can say can completely heal the pain, you can still find strength to cope and to find hope in the darkness. Therapy is a very important part of moving through grief. Please contact a Hilton, NY grief therapist below today.