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 "...if you actively engage with your grief, if you become an intrepid traveler on your journey...I believe you can and will find your way out of the wilderness of your grief, and you will learn to make the most of the rest of your precious days here on earth."

Thursdays, 6:30-8pm

Cost is $150 plus the purchase of a workbook.

Starting Oct. 3, 2024

New London Counseling Center

1016 State Rd., Lincoln University, PA 19352

Navigating grief after the death of a loved one can be a difficult journey and you don’t have to do it alone.

​Join us for an 8-week support group, led by two of our therapists, Julie Hillhouse, LPC and JoAnne Gaines, LPC. 

Here you can find connection and understand the range of thoughts and emotions you may be experiencing as you process your grief.



 If you are interested in participating, please complete an interest form or call our office at 484-746-3112 and we will be in contact with you!

Where: New London Counseling Center located at 1016 State Rd. Lincoln University, PA 19352

When : Thursdays from 6:30-8:00pm

Who: Anyone 18 and older who has experienced the death of a loved one 


Cost: $150, plus the purchase of the workbook. (approximately $15)

This weekly support group will begin on Thursday, October 3rd and run through December 5th. 

No classes on Oct. 31 (Halloween) or Nov. 28 (Thanksgiving).

About the Group

Julie and JoAnne will be using the book "Understanding Your Grief" by Alan D. Wolfelt.


"Since its debut in 1992, this favorite by one of the world’s most beloved grief counselors has found a place in the homes and hearts of hundreds of thousands of mourners across the globe. Filled with compassion and hope, Understanding Your Grief helps you understand and befriend your painful, complex, yet normal thoughts and feelings after the death of someone loved.

Understanding Your Grief is built on Dr. Wolfelt’s Ten Touchstones—basic principles to learn and actions to take to help yourself engage with your grief and create momentum toward healing. This second edition includes concise additional wisdom on new topics such as the myth of closure, complicated and traumatic grief, grief overload, loneliness, the power of ritual, and more.

If you’re grieving a death or a significant loss of any kind, this refreshed bestseller will be your rock and steadfast companion as you journey through the wilderness of your unique grief."

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