You Can Move Beyond Your Loss and Live Through Your Grief
If you’re ready to take your own life back from grief’s grip, we’re ready to support you.
We can’t think our way through it.
Grief is an emotional process. The rawness, fragility, utter confusion and fatigue are part of the cycle. To begin to heal into Wellbeing, you must recognize the grief within you.
Grief is an inside job. We are here as your companion through the whole process.
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How We Do It
Meet Grief Specialist
Georgena Eggleston, MA
In less than 4 years, my brother, father-in-law, mother, father and teenage son died. My brother and son completed suicide, so these unthinkable deaths were accompanied by deep guilt that I should have seen their pain and done something to stop them.
Through extensive study, I discovered that grief lives within us.
Take a Peek at What Our Clients Say
“Georgena supported our employees with grief therapy after a sudden death to one of our own. Following this event, we heard and saw the value of offering regular general employee assistance/therapy on-site. She now visits our facility once per month with open office hours.
Employee mental health is critical to their happiness at work and at home. We greatly appreciate the time and energy Georgena invests with our staff. Thank you, Georgena..”
RYAN ESCHER, HR ACUMED
“You have helped me get my fears and feelings out. I know that I am normal because grief is a slow process that may take a while.”
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MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM COORDINATOR
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Take the first step to mindful grieving.