Lawrence Cross, MA, MSW, LCSW
Licensed Psychotherapist/Clinical Social Worker
211 West Neshannock Ave., New Wilmington, Pennsylvania 16142
Grief and loss may take many forms, be it the loss of a loved one or beloved pet, a change in finances/employment/health, or even the breakup of a meaningful relationship. Resolving grief can seem insurmountable, and also become complicated if we avoid the difficult feelings that accompany the grieving process. At New Wilmington Psychotherapy & Counseling we utilize a comprehensive approach to grief and loss. We incorporate helping strategies designed to meet one's individualized needs determined by each unique situation. Approach objectives are to facillitate the expansion of healthy and meaningful ways of experiencing one's self and the world -- the ultimate goal, achieving acceptance.
John Neyman, MA., BCPC
680 Lincoln Ave, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15202
John Neyman has been experienced with helping overs work through their grief for over 30 years. As a therapist and Pastor he has been involved with those who were grieving from the loss of a child, parent, grandparent, and spouse. He has helped others work through the grieving process of divorce and separation. You do not need to go through this alone. Call now to get the help you need.
Nichole Behr, LPC, NCC, BSC
Licensed Professional Counselor
N/A, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15228
Grief and loss is one of the most difficult things to deal with in life. Whether it is a loss of a family member, ending of a relationship or marriage, or a friendship ending, loss is loss and can be difficult to handle. There are many stages to grieving and learning more about the stages and understanding them can help you feel confident that mourning is healthy and a natural part of life.
William Kelly, Ph.D., NCP, LPC
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.