Losing someone you love is never easy. We all grieve, and grief is a normal and healthy response to the loss we experience. And while it’s difficult to ever fully prepare for what losing someone dear to you will mean, we’ll do our absolute best to help make the process a little easier.
WHEN IT HURTS, WE’RE HERE
At Health with Heart, we’re here to listen first. Once we’ve taken the time to get to know you and your situation, we’ll offer various forms of grief support based on your unique situation. Many of our clients find great comfort and peace from options like grief recovery groups, family discussions concerning a topic everyone identifies with, and individual meetings to deal with specific areas of grief. No matter the method, it’s our mission to help you take the time you need to work through the grieving process so you can continue to live a quality, productive life despite your loss.
WE PROVIDE TIME-TESTED SUPPORT
Our grief counseling services are not only compassionate and caring, but based on the highest level of experience and methodology. Linda Marshall is a member of the Grief Recovery Institute, where she completed training designed to help individuals in the grieving process. At Health with Heart, we utilize the Grief Recovery program, which is an action-based program for moving beyond death, divorce and other losses. We believe that exploring grief, a natural emotion, can lead to healing, and that it’s important not to let grief become a neglected or misunderstood experience. When you work with us, you can trust that we’ll always go the extra mile to take care of you.
“Health with Heart provides services throughout the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area. We deeply appreciate your willingness to trust Health With Heart and appreciate your referrals. Linda Marshall made such a difference to my mother in the last years of her life, and to me, that I wrote an article about her and dedicated a book to her. Any adult child who has her as a friend, an advocate, and a confidante during this enormously trying time–and any older adult whose life she transforms with her wise and compassionate care–is lucky indeed.”
– Jeanne Safer, PhD, author of Death Benefits