Friday, October 07, 2011

Bereavement Support Group In Carroll Gardens

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This is the sort of neighborhood information that one wishes never to need, but which is invaluable when one does.
The passing of a loved family member, partner or friend is always traumatic to those who are left behind. The sense of loss, pain and disbelief can sometimes be overwhelming, especially if the passing is sudden and unexpected. Sharing the sorrow with others by joining a bereavement support group offers comfort and guidance through this difficult time.
Long-time colleagues Ethel Barber and Robert Ludwig, both bereavement counselors with many years of experience, are currently providing such a support group specifically for adults/parents who have experienced sudden death of a family member. The sessions are held in a home setting on Degraw Street right here in Carroll Gardens.

For more information, please contact them.
Ethel Barber, LCSW    EBarberlcsw@gmail.com  718. 722.7144 
Robert Ludwig, MED., MA     RobertLudwig88@gmail.com  917 680 2510

Ethel Barber, LCSW specializes in therapeutic work with individuals, families and groups around issue of grief, loss and trauma. She incorporates her advanced training in Hypnotherapy and Somatic Experiencing in addressing these issues, as well of those of pain and stress management. Prior experience as a hospice social worker and bereavement counselor informs her clinical work in end of life and grief issues. She is currently running an ongoing group entitled “Resolving Complex and Complicated Grief.” 

Robert Ludwig obtained his graduate degrees from Teacher’s College, Columbia University. He has worked extensively with children in therapeutic educational programs and bereavement support. He founded and directed The Healing Center, a clinical bereavement counseling program for children and adults. Robert is an adjunct professor at CUNY Brooklyn College/Dept. of Health and Nutrition Sciences. In clinical practice, he specializes in therapeutic interventions for grieving parents and their children due to a sudden death

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