Grieving is difficult. We’re here to help.
Four Seasons Grief Services exists to provide an environment that permits grief to exist so that it can complete its work. We believe that grieving is experiential, not cognitive. In other words, we encourage an active grieving process, rather than one that is talked about. Our clinicians are trained in various evidence-based modalities that effectively assist those who experience not only normal, but also complicated grief. With these skills we seek to provide individualized care to address the unique aspects of each client’s grief.
We provide services not only to those who have had loved ones in our hospice care but also to anyone who has experienced a loss related to the death of a person.
For more information about all of our grief services, email Dan Yearick, MS, LCMHC-S, Grief Services Team Leader.
Additional Resources & Community Support
The first year following a loss is the most difficult for many persons, so you’ll have access to occasional mailings and phone calls from us during that time as a reminder of the support options available to you. Of course, you may withdraw from these services at any time. Additionally, you may borrow materials from our grief library and peruse some of our favorite resources below. If none of these options are a good fit for you, simply call us at 828.692.6178 or email us here and we will do our best to find right resource for your needs.
Books We Recommend
- “Grief One Day at a Time: 365 Meditations to Help You Heal After Loss” by Alan Wolfelt
- “Tear Soup: A Recipe for Healing After Loss” by Schwiebert, DeKlyen, & Bills
- “The Wild Edge of Sorrow: Rituals of Renewal & the Sacred Work of Grief” by Francis Weller
*We have an extensive library. Please contact us for more specific recommendations.*
- 10-minute Guided Breathwork & Music for Relaxation (do not listen while driving)
- Grounding Tools