While a “Mediumship Grief Guidance” session might be helpful in your process to healing, it is also necessary for a qualified expert to help you process what you have learned, even further. Jennifer will always ask in her sessions when someone is grieving if he/she has a grief counselor or therapist. The reason why is because although she might help you with your grieving process, she is not a licensed expert. To get the most out of a session with Jennifer it might be helpful to process the information with a licensed individual.
Feeling loved and supported is not always enough for maintaining well-being. For serious concerns involving addiction, self esteem and personality problems, sexual, emotional and physical abuses – eating disorders and especially thoughts of suicide – please reach out to a qualified expert who can help you. Your life matters.
The suicide prevention lifeline 1-800-784-2433 or 1-800-273-8255.
The suicide prevention lifeline is an online suicide prevention, awareness, and support website. Please remember to ALWAYS get help immediately for yourself or anyone you know who is suicidal. Suicide is not an answer. Help is always the solution for all troubles. If you are thinking of suicide call this number now! By calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7.
Students Coping with Grief & Loss at School: Expert Advice on Recognizing Symptoms of Grief, Accepting Loss & Getting Help
A Parents’ Guide to Suicide Prevention: Is one you may have seen before, but in light of recent events I thought it would be highly beneficial to share again. Thank you for this information Cameron Banks, Community Outreach, Community for Accredited Online Schools.
The Survivors of Suicide is a web community for those who’ve lost a loved one to suicide.Time heals all wounds is not necessarily true for survivors of suicide. Time is necessary for healing, but time is not enough. Shared feelings enrich and lead to growth and healing. Grief that survivors of suicide experience is unique. Get help resolving your pain today. Please click the link above.
The Compassionate Friends assists families grieve following the death of a child of any age. They also provide information on supporting the bereaved. Parents, grandparents and siblings are all welcome.. This organization has no religious affiliation or agenda and there are no membership dues or fees.