Processing Unresolved Grief & Loss | Group Therapy

Group Therapy for young adults experiencing Grief and Loss

Grief seems endless when it’s yours. But like most things in life, it has a beginning, a middle and an end. With grief, however, this cycle often repeats in such a way that coming out of it seems impossible.

We know that coping with loss can be a debilitating experience that affects everyone differently, that’s why our group is designed to be a safe space – overflowing with support – to share your grief and to find the tools you need to live a full life.

Each week, we’ll learn how to develop healthy and progressive coping strategies, and make those small steps towards acceptance.

If you are a young adult between the ages of 18-30, and you’ve experienced the loss of a close loved one, like a parent, sibling, grandparent, or even a close friend, please join us and reserve your spot today.


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Group Leaders

Taylor Buckner

Taylor is passionate about working with older teens and adults who want help with depression, anxiety, stress management, grief, identity issues, mindfulness, religious trauma, LGBTQIA +, and women’s issues. She hopes to foster an environment that allows each client to feel safe being their authentic self and empower each individual on their own journey to self-discovery. Read Taylor's full bio here.

Lillie Loncar

Lillie works with a wide array of presenting problems, including, but not limited to, adjustment issues, stress management, depression, anxiety, trauma & PTSD, grief, and women's issues. She is dedicated to honoring client’s unique context, circumstances, and goals while fostering a collaborative, supportive, and therapeutic alliance with her clients. Read Lillie's full bio here.