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The rise of Covid-19 has resulted in a growing public mental health crisis. Our community deserves expanded options for grief support to get through this crisis, and beyond.
We are seeking to connect with facilitators who are either experienced mental health providers, certified grief practitioners, chaplains, or other qualified grief counselors.
Please connect with us to learn more about the benefits of joining our facilitator cohort and our selection process.
Get to Know Our Facilitators
Greater Pacific Northwest
“social togetherness . . . physical distancing”
- Pedro Delgado, Let's Stick Together While Staying Apart
Grief Comes in Many Forms
Grief is a built-in, natural response to loss. It is universal and it manifests itself in unique ways for each person. What is the same for everyone is that grief doesn’t just “go away.” It may go underground, but it wants and needs to be acknowledged.
Our team recognizes the needs of our vulnerable immigrant and BIPOC communities (Black, Indigenous, and people of color). We are actively recruiting facilitators with the cultural competence and language skills that will be required to develop the right kind of supportive services for the greatest number of people. If you have an ethnocultural group in mind that is not represented in our current offering, please contact us at support@PNWGrief.com to let us know.
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DISCLAIMER | All facilitators have a minimum educational background in grief support and mental health. However, facilitators who are also licensed mental health providers are not providing clinical services. PNW Grief provides information and technical support for grief education and support groups. PNW Grief and its sponsors are not liable for the content created and delivered by any participating online facilitators who share their private group offerings on our site.