A Heartbreaking Choice Support for when a pregnancy ended due to selective reduction or medical concerns for the mother or fetus. www.aheartbreakingchoice.com
SHARE Pregnancy & Infant Loss Support, Inc www.nationalshare.org
Silent Grief Books and chat groups concerning pregnancy loss. www.silentgrief.com
Avery's Garden Artwork and inspiration surrounding pregnancy loss.https://www.averys-garden.com
Anticipated Grief and Loss of Child
Bereaved Parents USA www.bereavedparentsusa.org
Greater Illinois Pediatric Palliative Care Coalition www.gippcc.org
SIDS of Illinois www.sidsillinois.org
The Compassionate Friends Supporting a Family After a Child Dies. www.compassionatefriends.org
End Of Life Education & Care
National Hospice & Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) https://www.nhpco.org
Illinois Hospice & Palliative Care Organization https://il-hpco.org
Association of Death Education and Counseling, The Thanatology Association https://www.adec.org
Support for Children
When Families Grieve Sesame Street Workshop to help children and parents with loss and grief. www.sesamestreet.org/toolkits/grief
Sesame Street Toolkits Website offers useful tools, videos and handouts regarding many parenting issues including emotions, military living, growing up, science, and even living with asthma. No cost registration gives parents additional support resources. www.sesamestreet.org/toolkits
Survivors of Suicide & Suicide Prevention
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention Offers information about support groups for survivors of suicide.https://afsp.org/find-support/
Suicide Prevention Lifeline Call 1-800-273-8255 for support https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org
Move from Wounded Helper to Helping Professional October 8, 2019 written by Julie Blackburn, LCPC, NCC, ATR
The Gift of Carefree Timelessness July 2018 written by Julie Blackburn, LCPC, NCC, ATR published in The Perpetual You
6 Tips to Putting Pesky Ruminating Thoughts to Rest... And You Too! April 12, 2018 written by Julie Blackburn, LCPC, NCC, ATR
Grieving Your Pet May 31, 2017 written by Julie Blackburn, LCPC, NCC, ATR
Remember the Grieving Mother on Mother's Day May 12, 2017 written by Julie Blackburn, LCPC, NCC, ATR
6-Week program with a weekly focus to prepare for Family Holidays and anticipate special days throughout the next year. Registration opens once a year during the Month of October.
7weeks of daily practice of integrating Positive Psychology to transform your senses to recognize, savor and incorporate positivity strategies into everyday life.
Pregnancy Loss is overwhelming and intimate. Share the life and loss of your baby through the story of your pregnancy and loss. *Seperate Miscarriage & Still Birth Groups
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Because we love and have all sorts of people touch our lives, we experience grief, mourning and bereavement. Loss is experienced throughout life through significant changes over time. It seems that you may be able to adjust and accept change in some situations. Then, there are other situations that you find you may have difficulty sharing with people, have a hard time concentrating or getting motivated, or have feelings at an intensity you never have experienced before. You are learning how to live without your Loved One, you may feel like a stranger to yourself and you are forever changed because of this loss.
"What is the fastest way to get through this grief?" is one of the most common questions from those newly grieving. Each of us will grieve in our own way for each relationship. With that said, there are wonderful tools that Chartreuse clients are taught, apply to their lives, and evolve within their understanding of their grief. This information and tools build insight and coping strategies that are as unique to you as your grief. Yes, that's right - these tools are designed to educate, provide example, and encourage your own application to offer the roadmap, blue print or even lesson plan for key aspects of life that are touched by grief.
It may seem like you may never feel better. I can tell you that you that the grief with morph and change over time. A goal of grief is never to forget. A goal of grief is to find ways to understand your grief experience. A goal of grief is to know when to sit in the pain and how to soothe when you seek comfort. A goal of grief is to remember your Loved One beyond the death and honor the entire life shared. Chartreuse Center's mission is to offer any where, any time online programs to offer flexibility, remove barriers and improve accessibility to quality grief information and tools to guide you through.