Point of Hope Counseling
You Are Not Alone
When adjusting with the diagnosis of a serious illness, it is common to experience feelings of loss, emotional distress, and depression. (ex: sad, anxious, and grief-stricken as changes occur in day-to-day life). The truth is, living with a progressive disease is difficult, and it can cause tremendous strain on patients and families. We want you to know you are not alone. Capital Caring Point of Hope Counseling can help you clarify the overwhelming, and often conflicting feelings, that can engulf you when least expected. Our Care Navigators can connect you to our Point of Hope counseling team comprised of trained and licensed social workers, bereavement counselors and chaplains. Click here to locate the office nearest your home. Click below to view upcoming loss counseling workshops.
Learn about Capital Caring’s Children and Teen Bereavement programs here.
Some topics they are able to address with you include:
- You and Your Aging Parent
- Loss of Control
- Loss of Mobility
- Loss of a Spouse or Life Partner
- Loss of a Child
- Loss of a Sibling
- Managing the Day-To-Day Impact of Your Disease
- Staying Connected with Loved Ones
- Making Peace with Loved Ones
- Spiritual Questions