Hospital launches grief support seriesFebruary 7, 2020
JASPER — The death of a loved one, a child leaving home, overwhelming changes in one’s personal life — each can cause profound grief and suffering. To offer reassurance and comfort, Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center has developed a free support program called “Grief Support Series.”
The series consists of five weekly sessions from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays, March 3 through 31 in the hospital chapel.
Participants will learn that grief is normal, examine the various emotions of grief, be encouraged to face the pain, and find ways to make a healthy emotional withdrawal from the loss. Conducting the sessions will be Theresa O’Bryan, hospital chaplain, and Tom Holsworth, a clinical psychologist who has served as a co-facilitator of this program since its inception in 1991.
This program is free, but preregistration is necessary. For more information or to register, call 812-996-0219.
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The clinic will be located at 1025 W. First Ave., Suite B, Jasper.