Grief and Loss Counseling in National Park, NJ.

Therapy and bereavement services in National Park, NJ. Find real help with the right therapist.


Colleen Fitzpatrick, MSW, LCSW, CH, Counselor
Grief Counselor

Colleen Fitzpatrick, MSW, LCSW, CH, Counselor

LICENSED CLINICAL SOCIAL WORKER, CERTIFIED HYPNOTHERAPIST

In 08033 - Nearby to National Park.

You can grow from grief. I can help you build the skills to better manage your loss. Grief has no infinite definition. There is grief associated with death. The death may be sudden, or it may be due to a long term illness. There is grief associated with relationship loss. This may be due to separation, divorce or loss of friendship. Catastrophic loss may be loss of a job, financial status, accident or medical illness. You can move on and grow from your experience.

Lori Lorraine, MA, LPC, NCC, NCP, BCCP
Grief Counselor

Lori Lorraine, MA, LPC, NCC, NCP, BCCP

Licensed Professional Counselor

In 19087 - Nearby to National Park.

Whether you are grieving due to the death of a loved one, ending of a significant relationship or the loss of the life you expected, it is a process. We all grieve for different reasons & in different ways, but it is important to allow yourself to grieve so that you can move forward. I'll work with you to understand the grief process including the stages of grief. An important part of the process is helping you identify & express the variety of feelings & thoughts you are likely experiencing. Often, human instinct is to avoid or numb what is painful. Unfortunately, this can prevent healing, extend the pain & create other problems. Instead, I'd like to help you find your way through the pain.

Sam Romirowsky, Ph.D
Grief Counselor

Sam Romirowsky, Ph.D

Psychologist

In 19063 - Nearby to National Park.

There are many types of losses that can have a major impact on our functioning and lead to feelings of grief. Deaths, separation and divorce, loss of a job, health issues, a child moving away, are examples of normal life situations that can be very painful to deal with. In my work, I compassionately try to help you understand the meaning of the "loss", and support you in healing and moving forward.

Lauren Rosner, LCSW
Grief Counselor

Lauren Rosner, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

In 19110 - Nearby to National Park.

Losing a loved one is complicated and hard on so many levels. In therapy, I will provide you with a safe space where we can process your grief and the many levels which are unique to your situation. We will go at a pace which is comfortable to you. We will work to find comfort in the positive memories of and with your loved one. We will utilize these memories to reconnect with that person as well as to find some acceptance of your loss.

Cheryl Sparks, PhD, LPC
Grief Counselor

Cheryl Sparks, PhD, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

In 19087 - Nearby to National Park.

Experiencing a difficult loss is disorienting and can feel paralyzing. It can also bring up pain from the past that you thought was long gone, or cause you to question your view of the world. This is difficult but normal. It is important to talk about your grief with someone who really understands. I offer a safe place to work through your grief in your own way, without rushing, without having to put on a pretend smile or a brave face. I cannot undo your loss, but therapy can help you begin to find meaning in it, to make sense of the world again, and to find practical ways to cope.

Eugene Devers, D.Min, ACSW, AAMFT, LCSW
Grief Counselor

Eugene Devers, D.Min, ACSW, AAMFT, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker & Marriage &Family Therapist

In 19115 - Nearby to National Park.

Loss, separation, and good-byes are all a part of life. These times can be forced upon us such as times of death, illness, and loss of employment. At other times it can be more of a celebration, as when we move to a new job, house, or school. Yet, all are times of reflection, remembering, loss, and permanent change; times that elicit a variety of emotional responses. If recent “good-byes” are heavier than you want, and would like someone to walk with you, to create a safe place to share your loss and reexamine your level of grief, please allow my Family Life Counseling to support you during this heavy time of change.

Philip Kolba, MA LMHC NCC
Grief Counselor

Philip Kolba, MA LMHC NCC

Psychotherapist

Available for Online Therapy

Grief and loss is, unfortunately, a normal part of living. There is no single "correct" way to grieve: different cultures and even individuals from the same culture grieve differently. The only consistent feature is that grief takes time. The most effective thing anyone can do for someone grieving is to be there—to listen, to empathize, to walk along with the grief. There is no "fixing" grief. But counseling can help prevent normal grief from developing into major depression or other mental health conditions.

Lindsay Bauer, LMFT, RYT
Grief Counselor

Lindsay Bauer, LMFT, RYT

Marriage and Family Therapist, Yoga Instructor

In 19102 - Nearby to National Park.

Each person grieves differently and it is my job to help you discover what will work best for you. A nonjudgmental, empathic approach is crucial during grief and loss counseling. Finding ways to cope and heal can be difficult to do alone and I am willing to help you feel more at ease and comforted during this time of pain. Through talk therapy, relaxation and breathing practices and reflecting exercises, this experience can become more manageable and healing can begin.

Elizabeth Earnshaw, LMFT, CCTP
Grief Counselor

Elizabeth Earnshaw, LMFT, CCTP

Marriage and Family Therapist

In 19110 - Nearby to National Park.

If you have recently lost a loved one, or find yourself still suffering from a past loss, therapy can help. Because grief is different for every person, you may find yourself feeling alone with your own emotions and thoughts about your loss. We will work together to understand what grieving means to you. We believe that grief and loss do not mean that you need to let go of the person and move on, rather that you need to find and understand your new relationship with the person that has died. During therapy you will share your memories, express your feelings in an empathetic environment, and learn how to cope with the challenges of losing a loved one.

Amanda White, MA, LPC, NCC
Grief Counselor

Amanda White, MA, LPC, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor & Addiction Therapist

In 19106 - Nearby to National Park.

Grief and loss does not only look like dealing with death, but grief and loss may accompany any major change, such as the end of a relationship, a move or the end of a relationship. Regardless of what may be going on, its very important to honor your feelings so that you can move through them in a healthy manner, otherwise it can result in maladaptive behaviors. Together, I will help you process your emotions, and move through the stages of grief in a healthy manner so that you can feel closure and freedom from the loss.

David Leibovitz, Psy.D.
Grief Counselor

David Leibovitz, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

In 08053 - Nearby to National Park.

Have you been struggling emotionally or behaviorally due to a recent loss? Psychotherapy can be a powerful tool in allowing you to work toward moving on from sadness and greif. Ultimately, the goal is not to eliminate the pain, but to regain a sense of peace and acceptance while again moving forward toward meaning in life. I wouild be honored to help with coping with your life's recent events.

Jennifer Bullock, M.Ed, M.L.S.P., LPC
Grief Counselor

Jennifer Bullock, M.Ed, M.L.S.P., LPC

Licensed Profesional Counselor

In 19102 - Nearby to National Park.

Grief and loss is a normal part of human experience. We can too often rush to pathologize and/or attempt to get rid of the feelings of loss and grief, something to stay away from. However, letting our grief be, or letting ourselves simply experience grief, making it a normal experience can help us not only heal from loss but move forward and grow from our painful experiences.

Philip Friedman, Ph.D
Grief Counselor

Philip Friedman, Ph.D

Director: Foundation for Well-Being; Psychologist

In 19462 - Nearby to National Park.

I create a safe, warm, caring atmosphere so that you can share the painful, feelings of grief and loss you are experiencing. Sometimes these feelings are quite normal and sometimes traumatic. They can even generate feelings of hopelessness and helplessness. My clients learn to shift their perceptions and attitudes and see the profound opportunity for healing, growth, transition and change. They learn to choose peace over conflict, forgiveness over grievances and light over darkness. In addition to safety and caring I offer you a wide variety of therapeutic tools and techniques (cognitive, emotional, behavioral, energetic, relational and spiritual) to greatly accelerate your healing pro



Compassionate Bereavement Services in National Park, NJ.

Thank you for visiting our New Jersey search of licensed grief specialists in National Park.  Moving through grief after loss is difficult. Therapy helps through listening, by having someone there with you who understands the stages and process of grieving. You can find help for grief in National Park right now, please contact a provider above, you can email 24/7.

National Park is located in Gloucester County, New Jersey. It has a land area of 1.00 square miles and a water area of 0.43 square miles.  The population of National Park is 2,999 people with 1,053 households and a median annual income of $57,356. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for National Park, NJ

Affordable with Planning

Therapy in National Park is generally within financial reach for the average family, but some budget planning may be needed for a real commitment to weekly counseling. Remember that your mental health and happiness are important. Check with your National Park therapist about insurance coverage or ask about sliding scale fees if there are any difficulties with accessibility. Low cost counseling and affordable therapy are also sometimes offered by listed city and university level clinics, check with your local National Park public health department.