We Work with Professionals
Even professional caregivers need a safe place to explore the emotional, physical, mental and spiritual aspects of grief. There are many factors that contribute to grief and the healing process. In addition to support from family and friends, people often find peace of being able to speak with someone outside of their circle.
Supporting the families you serve
Would the residents and/or families of your board & care, adult residential facility or assisted living benefit from a grief support group?
Luke Schlimme, Clinical Social Worker, Therapist, LCSW,
When life gets tough, whether it’s anxiety or depression or relationship dissatisfaction, it can feel overwhelming. It is often an internal wake-up call to reach for support and receive help from others in order to cope effectively. Luke Schlimme is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. After receiving his Master’s of Social Worker, he worked with foster children before working with the aging population in hospice and then returned to working with families and children at Rady Children’s Hospital. His experience working across the lifespan has provided him insight into the needs of individuals at different ages and stages.
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