Grief, Loss, Life Transitions

Life transitions and loss are an inevitable but challenging part of life. These transitions, even those that represent positive change and growth, can be stressful as we adjust to those changes.

Other losses or changes that are less positive can have quite a profound and enduring impact, and often contribute to ongoing distress.

Psychotherapy can help with the adjustment to loss or other significant life changes (e.g., divorce, blended families, relocation, coping with an ill family member, job change, stress, medical issues, etc.) by offering support, information, and strategies for coping with this change or loss.

Several of our clinicians have received advanced training in grief counseling and are skilled in assisting clients deal with these expected or unexpected life changes.

“We can only make our lives and our world more peaceful, when we ourselves feel inner peace.”

– Robert Alan

Providers that Treat Grief, Loss, Life Transitions

Christine DiBlasio, Ph.D.

Karen Okun, M.A., LADC

Lizabeth Pontzer, M.D.

Carolyn Rushford, Ph.D.

Stephanie Rose, M.S.W., LICSW

Lisa C. Harrington, MPH, MSN, PMHNP-BC

Angela Paoli, M.S.W, LICSW

Danielle Seymour, M.A., LCMHC

Tasha Belcher, M.Ed., LCMHC

Kasia Brown, M.A., LCMHC

Steve Broer, Psy.D.

Katy Howe, M.S.W., LICSW

Joanna Jerose, M.S.W., LADC

Services Used to Treat Grief, Loss, Life Transitions

Individual Psychotherapy


Psychiatric Services