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Resources for grief

Resources for grief include grief counseling, grief support groups or online support groups. Grief therapy is provided by a licensed mental health professional trained to work with bereavement and grief.

What you should expect in grief counseling or grief support is help from a person who understands bereavement and grief and can provide nonjudgmental support for you and your children. A grief therapist is trained to provide more specific therapy interventions that can help you move forward in adapting to loss.

For Adults

Center for Complicated Grief

Association for Death Education and Counseling

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Compassionate Friends

The Good Grief Project

Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors

What’s Your Grief

Modern Loss

Option B


The Shared Grief Project

Widowed Parent

For Children, Adolescents and Families

New York Life Foundation

National Alliance for Grieving Children

Sesame Street When Families Grieve

Moyer Foundation

National Bereavement Resource Guide: State-by-state listing of grief organizations and camps

Dougy Center

Judi’s House

Imagine: Recommended book list by age


National Child Traumatic Stress Network

National Center for School Crisis and Bereavement

Coalition to Support Grieving Students

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