MISS Foundation Support Groups, Volunteers and our Compassionate Bereavement Care® Providers are listed below. You can zoom in on the map to view both types, or use the drop-downs to narrow down your search by Support Group or Provider, and by geographic location.
Peer Support. I support parents in my area who have lost a child. Also, I’m a local advocate for classes and community network support for child loss. I also facilitate a support group for the MISS Foundation once a month.
Bereavement Coordinator for Southern Grace Hospice and Palliative Care
Private Practice / Individual, Couples, Family Work, Children, Teens, Young Adults, Adults / Trauma, Crisis, Rape, Acute Medical diagnosis i.e. cancer, grief, loss, depression, anxiety, adoption, etc
I am a community chaplain currently serving at a non-profit organic farm and spiritual community. I also serve the community at large providing pastoral and spiritual care to individuals and families in all stages of life.
I am a Mental Health Therapist in the Perinatal Depression Program of Burnaby Mental Health Services, which is an Outpatient Mental Health Centre under the auspices of the Fraser Healthy Authority. I work with women from conception to one year post-partum regarding Perinatal Depression, Anxiety and Bereavement. I also work [read more…]
I am a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Washington. I am also a Nationally Registered and Board Certified Art Therapist. I am also Teaching Faculty at Antioch University Seattle in the Applied Psychology, Counseling, Family Therapy & Creative Arts. I am interested in this training/certification as [read more…]
- Phone: 2063565581
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I have practiced as a naturopathic doctor for 23 years and recently closed my practice. My husband died 2 1/2 years ago. I’m considering offering grief counseling.
The Hope in Healing Bereavement Program at Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health provides individualized, compassionate, and family-centered grief support for families experiencing the loss of a child.
Licensed Professional Counselor in Private practice. I’m also a specialty counselor for Cottonwood Tucson, a residential treatment center for addictions and co-occurring disorders, where I have provided Equine Assisted mental health services for the past 12 years. I am interested in offering grief and bereavement services in both settings in [read more…]
I am a trauma and grief counselor at a large reform synagogues serving over 1200 families . I have started to create my own practice by meeting with individuals and leading groups. I counsel clients on Jewish laws and traditions regarding hospice, post death wishes and their 12-month grieving process. [read more…]
- Phone: 415-867-7438
- Email: Hagarsfsu@gmail.com
I am a pediatric neuro-oncology nurse case coordinator and CHOC Children’s Hospital and I work with patients and families that have received one of the most devastating diagnosis that can be given.
- Phone: 520-276-9423
- Email: email@example.com
Stillpoint Aromatics – import, sell essential oils. Consultations Stillpoint Studies – teaching certification programs in aromatherapy and other workshops.
Insight Counseling Duluth is a private practice that serves the Duluth, MN area and surrounding communities with services such as individual therapy, family therapy, couples counseling, EMDR and grief therapy and grief support groups.
As a suicide-bereaved mother myself, and a therapist, I provide group support and individual counseling support to other suicide-bereaved moms. Because suicide is so rife with stigma and trauma as well as all aspects of grief, it is particularly painful for parents, in my personal and professional experience. As an [read more…]
At Willow Harbor our mission is to provide innovative and integrated healing. To create a space in which judgment is withheld, emotional connection is created, and the message “you are not alone on your journey through life” is communicated no matter how big or small a struggle may be. We [read more…]
We are the Southwest Florida chapter of the MISS Foundation, an international, 501(c)(3), volunteer-based organization providing counseling, advocacy, research, and education (C.A.R.E.) services to families experiencing the death of a child at any age. We welcome, with open hearts, anyone who has experienced the death of a child.