Gary Brown, PhD, LMFT, FAPA
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
It is almost impossible for any of us to go through life without experiencing one or a series of losses. It could be a death, the end of a romantic relationship, loss of a job, being turned down by a university, or any other form of loss. Any type of loss can produce understandable feelings of sadness, shock, anger, difficulty sleeping, and confusion. When we experience loss, we go through various stages of grieving. I am specifically trained and have considerable experience helping people navigate through their experiences of loss and the grieving. Having experienced several losses in my own life, I have a good idea about what works and what doesn't.
Melissa Martin, MA, NCC, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
315 Main St. Ste. D, Pineville, North Carolina 29715
Divorce, death, break-ups, declining health, employment changes, all are types of grief and loss people may experience in their lifetime. No one is immune from experiencing loss and its subsequent emotions and reactions. Counseling can help you explore how grief and loss are impacting the quality of your life as well as help you to find meaningful ways to cope. Where do I go from here? What will my life be like now? How do I handle this crushing experience? Utilizing a strengths-based, culturally-sensitive approach, I can help you answer these questions and more. Please call for a free 30 minute consultation.
Chris Bailey, M.A. Professional Counseling
First Care Christian Counseling
121 Monroe White St (inside First Baptist Church), Fort Mill, South Carolina 29715
Dealing with grief from a loss from a death or another aspect of life can be very difficult and comes with many challenges. Often, this protective function of the mind helps us get through the most painful time of loss, allowing us to be able to deal with the situation until we are able to move forward. Sometimes, this process may continue longer than desired and people may need a little help to cope with all the many elements of grief and loss that they are experiencing. Sometimes, you just need to have someone help your family process together and find a new sense of normalcy.