Kimberly Leppert, MSW, LCSW, CSAT-C
Licensed Clinical Social WorkerReady for change? Let's Get Started
1923 J N Pease Place Suite 104, Charlotte, North Carolina 28262
Understanding the process of grief and experiencing our resilience is the cornerstone to getting back to living. Grief and loss does not only apply to the death of a loved one. We experience loss and grieving in relationships, losing pets, and even when relocating and leaving our support system behind. I believe in utilizing established supports and forming new ones to aid in healing and moving forward.
Jennifer Roach, MA, LPCA
Licensed Professional Counselor AssociateReady for change? Let's Get Started
18805 W. Catawba Ave, Suite 206, Cornelius, North Carolina 28027
Grief is experienced differently for every person. Therefore, it is important for me to understand the context around the loss and how the individual needs to experience the loss in order to move through it. I move at the pace of the client through this difficult process. We will give importance and remembrance to the loss and work through it together.
Christy Cole, MA, LPCA
Professional Counseling AssociateReady for change? Let's Get Started
18805 W. Catawba Ave. , Cornelius, North Carolina 28031
You cannot control the waves, but you can learn how to surf. I believe in an integrative approach, tailored to you. In a culture that often avoids talking about loss, therapy offers support in a safe and nonjudgmental environment. It is the opportunity to begin the healing process in sharing your story, coping skills to help you through the most difficult days of your grief journey, the opportunity to discover new traditions and ideas to keep loved ones present in your heart and memories, permission to grieve and permission to live a productive life.
Samantha King, MA, LPC
Licensed Professional CounselorReady for change? Let's Get Started
18515 Statesville Road #C-01, Cornelius, North Carolina 28031
The Experiential model of working through the Bereavement process to Grief provides a safe and structured environment for the client to teach the therapist about their personal experience. Experiential techniques allow for the emotional healing and self- compassion desired when working through grief. The mindfulness component of the experiential approach places focus on the present externalizing of emotions, thoughts, and behaviors to help the client experience the process holistically with the outcome of acceptance, self- kindness, and restructuring of new routines, new future, and new sense of self.