Grief Group

Have you experienced the loss of a loved one? Modern cultures usually do a poor job of preparing us for loss. Grief is messy and not a linear process. Few know how to think about grief or how we might be able to help ourselves and others. Grief support groups are a helpful way to learn about the grieving process and how it affects all areas of our lives. Grief groups can also connect us with others who have experienced a similar loss, making us feel less lonely, and normalizing the experience of grief.

If you are interested in learning more about this group or scheduling a screening please contact:  Abigail Waller at wallera@msu.edu.

Tuesdays, 3–4 p.m.- Closed for Fall 2021; Wednesdays 3-4 p.m.
Sept. 14–Nov. 17 

Tuesday Facilitators: Abigail Waller, LMSW

Wednesday Facilitator:Abigail Waller, LMSW & Caitlin Riley, LMSW

 

Participation in CAPS programs is not restricted based on sex or race. All MSU students are welcome to participate based on the clinical recommendations of CAPS staff.