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My Journey of Hope

by Lynne Goldklang

At HOPE Connection, we have a tradition that we encourage every group member to participate in. It is the simple act of saying goodbye to other group members and the group therapist when a member moves from one group to … Continue reading

Are You Really Getting Any Better?

by Don Phillipson

In the months after a person’s spouse has died, some people feel like nothing is changing, like they’re really not healing. That feeling can be deceptive, because for most people their emotional, mental, spiritual and physical states are changing. To illustrate … Continue reading

Parent Loss Groups

by Jo Christner, Psy.D.

A bereavement group for adult children who are grieving the death of a parent. Groups meet weekly in an eight-week series and are facilitated by licensed therapists. Download the flyer for more information.  Saturday, 9:30 – 11:00 am HOPE Haven … Continue reading

Parent Loss Group FAQs

by Sue Rowen, M.A., MFT

Q: How is it possible to replace the unconditional love of my parent? A: It is not replaceable. There are no other relationships that provide us that kind of unconditional love, or the boundless love of a parent. However, after a parent … Continue reading

FAQs About HOPE Groups

by Jo Christner, Psy.D.

Q: What makes the HOPE spousal loss groups different than other grief groups? A: There are several things that make our spousal loss groups different and effective in helping individuals through their grief. 1. All of our groups are facilitated by … Continue reading