Grief is a part of the human experience, and something that almost all people deal with in their lifetime. Whether you are grieving the loss of a loved one or grieving the loss of a job, the end of a marriage or even a lost physical capacity, therapy can help you navigate that process, understand and cope with your emotions, and ultimately recover from that loss.
Why Choose NGPG Behavioral Health
Whether you have recently experienced a loss or you are struggling with unresolved past grief, our Behavioral Health Specialists can help. Overcoming loss can be incredibly challenging, and grief can lead to additional, secondary issues like depression or anxiety. Our team employs evidence-based treatment models that can help you develop healthy coping mechanisms for grief and ultimately put you on a path toward recovery.
Whether you could simply use someone to talk to about your loss, or you need specialized expertise to overcome depression, trauma or other issues caused by grief, our team has experience with a wide range of needs.
Grief can be an immensely personal experience and healing unresolved grief can take months or years for some. We provide a non-judgmental, supportive environment to discuss your loss and evidence-based techniques to help you adjust to loss and navigate the journey toward healing.
Whether it’s the loss of a loved one or the end of a marriage, grief can be a shared experience for a family and impact family dynamics. Our therapists specialize in working with couples and family to facilitate healing.
Grief can be especially challenging for children and impact their performance in schools, their ability to form healthy relationships or lead to other mental health concerns, like depression or anxiety. If you are looking to connect your child with a counselor to help them with grief or other concerns, please fill out the form on this page to connect with our program director. From there, we can match you with the right NGPG Behavioral Health Specialist for your child.
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Please call any of our convenient locations directly for more information. A referral from a NGPG primary care provider is required.