Grief is an experience of loss that often brings to the conscious level all the loss of our lives. Loss can be emotionally painful for it reminds us that life is ever changing and nothing remains the same. Grieving is a way to cope with our loss and in time live our lives differently than before.
Bereavement Groups help those who are mourning to begin to process their feelings of anger, sadness, sense of being lost, and at some point, acceptance. Groups often have a positive aspect to loss since the group members are all mourning a loss and can offer each other solace and support when others are not available or have the time.
Kenneth Corbin is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in New York who works with clients to process feelings and thoughts in a safe environment so that they can move on and grow.
Kenneth offers over 20 years experience of working with those who have suffered with trauma, addiction, mental health and spiritual pain. Those who have come to him find the journey to inner peace which leads to emotional wellness is achievable as long as the person is willing to share and be honest with themselves.
Over the years, Kenneth has mastered the specialty of a mindfulness approach, as well as motivational interviewing techniques – these afford the client to understand their ambivalence to change and embrace their own journey toward health. In addition, he has experience in Trauma Informed Care and various evidence based practices for addictions. He looks forward to connecting with you.