Companioning is a type of grief therapy that focuses on accompanying you through a death loss or coping with a loved one’s terminal illness. Companioning views grief not as a thing to be analyzed or fixed, but a healthy process. Our therapists use companioning to help children, teens, and adults understand the physical, spiritual, and philosophical meaning of death unique to them. Our therapists also introduce art activities for the purpose of remembering and memorializing your loved one.
Companioning is appropriate for any child, teen, adult, or family who has experienced a death loss or terminal illness.