Loss does not mean alone.
We grieve because we have loved. Through our journey we can be healed.
The Center for Grief & Loss offers specialized therapy for complicated grief, trauma and life transitions. All of our staff are clinically trained mental health therapists, which allows us to competently work with a variety of concerns for which individuals and families seek mental health care. Our staff is particularly passionate about and experienced in helping individuals and families experiencing healing and growth from grief and trauma.
The Center for Grief & Loss provides services specific to loss and trauma:
- Individual, couple, family and group therapy for all ages.
- Consultation and critical incident response to businesses, schools and organizations in the aftermath of a sudden death or traumatic experience.
- Clinical supervision, professional workshops and training.
Housed in two homes on Grand Avenue in St. Paul, MN the Center for Grief & Loss has provided hope & healing since 1996. In 2012, the Center merged with FamilyMeans.
1129 Grand Avenue
Saint Paul, MN 55105
The Complicated Grief & Traumatic Loss Provider Workshop has been postponed from it's original date of May 8, 2020, new date to be schedule in the fall. This decision was made with the health and safety of our participants in mind as we respond to COVID-19. Questions? Please contact Melena Nelson at MNelson@FamilyMeans.org or 651-789-4029.
The Center for Grief & Loss hosts multiple events each year.
Memorial Walk for Hope & Healing - Yoga & Grief Workshops - Suicide Survivors Day
“I had never experienced profound loss until recently. There is no playbook for how to deal with it. Coming to the Center for Grief & Loss to talk about it and how to cope has been extraordinarily helpful”