Regaining a sense of balance in your life after the death of someone close can be a very difficult, lonely journey. Connecting with others who are walking a similar path, and those who truly understand how each person’s path is unique, can help bring healing and normalization.
|The Edmonton Healing Centre is the leading support service in Edmonton for people suffering from grief. We offer small group sessions, presentations, workshops, courses and supportive counselling for bereaved individuals and those who serve and support them.|||
|The words we use: “Bereavement” is the fact of having lost someone close to you. “Grief” is an intense response to being bereaved. Grief has different aspects, and the experience is unique to each person, even though there are similarities between people’s experiences.|
Group & Personal Support Services
For more about the various group and individual services to those who are suffering from the loss of a loved one, Click here.
EHC Bereavement Specialist, Linda Aris, talks about the losses experienced by care partners of those with dementia.
Video courtesy of ASANT Cafe
In many settings and circumstances where a group of people have shared a loss, a customized approach is required.
Email or call us 780.454.1194 x224 to discuss how we may assist.
We are currently focusing our efforts on meeting the demand for support groups, and thus not offering educational courses for professionals at this time.
|>>Five Regrets Of The Dying– a thought-provoking article that can help you learn to live better.|