Center for Grief
and Trauma Therapy

Healing Creates Hope

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“I feel like I’m grieving wrong…”

Choose Delaware’s Grief and Trauma Experts

If you’ve experienced grief or trauma, you’re probably already feeling overwhelmed. It’s common to swing between a spectrum of emotions, such as despair, guilt, anger, hopelessness, and irritability.

Perhaps you’re completely numb and feeling nothing at all.

That’s totally okay.

There’s no right way to grieve. However, since you’ve found our website, we know you’re ready to take the first step on the road to recovery. We’re here to guide you as you start to rebuild your life.

“I don’t know where to start….”

Begin Your Recovery in Four Simple Steps

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1. Choose the service that will help you.

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2. Choose the type of session you prefer.

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3. Choose the modality that suits your style.

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4. Request your first session to get started.

“I don’t know how I’m going to get through this…”

We Know What You’re Going Through

Every clinician at the Center for Grief and Trauma Therapy specializes in a niche, whether you’re a grieving couple, child, parent, sibling, or you’ve experienced any other type of loss. We are specific so you can find the precise support you need. No other mental health service in Delaware does what we do.

Our therapists have a passion for making sure each patient’s psychological and emotional needs are met as you rebuild your life. We’re ready to help you process your experience and find meaning in what happened so you can start to move on.

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“I’m not sure I need therapy…”

Reviews from People Just Like You

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“I feel like I’m totally stuck…”

Start Your Healing Journey Today

Grief and trauma affect each person differently. We want you to know that whatever you’re feeling, or not feeling, is completely normal. Our therapists are also able to help you manage complex issues like depression, anxiety, stress, PTSD, and much more. It takes courage to ask for help.