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Healing Tip – August 2021

Posted by: Adam Rabinovitch | Categories: Healing Tip of the Month, Uncategorized

“It is support that sustains us on the journey we’ve started.” – Marci Shimoff Grief can be a profoundly isolating experience. Though logically we know that many people have experienced grief, it often feels like no one can understand exactly …

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Healing Tip – June 2021

Posted by: Adam Rabinovitch | Categories: Healing Tip of the Month

From COPE Facilitator Juan Carlos Mayor, LMSW Every day we encounter difficult times, some are easy to cope with, and others need more time to digest them and react, but most importantly, is the self-care we put into place to …

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Healing Tip – February 2021

Posted by: Adam Rabinovitch | Categories: Healing Tip of the Month

Thanks to COPE’s facilitator Diane McNamara, LCSW-R for this month’s Healing Tip   Riding the roller coaster of grief   The grieving process is not linear. One does not move smoothly or swiftly through the stages of denial, anger, bargaining, and …

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Healing Tip – May 2020

Posted by: Adam Rabinovitch | Categories: Healing Tip of the Month

Grief during a time of social isolation Even under the best circumstances, coping with grief and loss after the death of a loved one is difficult. The world shatters around us and the things we thought we knew about life …

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Healing Tip – April 2020

Posted by: Adam Rabinovitch | Categories: Healing Tip of the Month

Telehealth…Give it a try.  In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic and the necessity to practice social distancing, COPE is taking advantage of all that technology has to to offer. You should have already received several emails requesting to e-sign …

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Healing Tip – March 2020

Posted by: Adam Rabinovitch | Categories: Healing Tip of the Month

Defining Our Grief Grief in the general sense is a reaction to loss. We connect the concept of grief to death, however, grief can be associated with any type of loss. We often overlook the intense impact secondary losses have …

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