The Healing Center is a grief-support community for adults, children and families. Our community offers a unique, long-term, multi-faceted approach to grief support, combining group support with informal events and social networks. To learn more about services for our children, young adults, and adults coping with the death of a spouse or partner, please read About Us. For assistance, please call our office line (206) 523-1206. If this is an emergency, please call 911 or the Crisis Clinic at 866-4CRISIS (427-4747).
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With Spring just around the corner, Jen McCormick talked with Q13 Fox about how the changing seasons impacts grief. As the days get longer and the sun comes out it can be challenging for people who are grieving to see those around them feel better, more energized, and active. Jen also emphasizes that with each More…
Registration is now open for our third annual Community of Hope Luncheon. Please join us for an opportunity to learn more about The Healing Center’s mission and to raise funds to support grieving families. Join us at The Westin Hotel on March 10th at noon. You can register or make a donation here. Share this:Tweet
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Recently our own Jen McCormick, Clinical Supervisor at The Healing Center, was asked by King 5 News to go on air and provide parents with advice about how to help their children cope with tragedies such as the recent Marysville-Pilchuck High School shooting. Here is some advice she shares.