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No one should grieve alone.

We think of grief as sadness. It's not that simple. Grief often brings with it confusion, anger, feelings of betrayal, isolation, and many others that can be difficult to understand or express. Nothing, no words, actions, or deed will take away your loss, or the pain it brings. What can help is sharing your pain with others, deepening connection and knowing your are not alone in your pain.

Our grief counseling group, led by Iris Anson, LCPC, offers a listening and sharing space where all are committed to sharing their stories, listening, and withholding judgement for as long as you need. While we cannot take away your pain, we can offer you the healing that empathy and deep connection bring. 

Tuesdays, 6:00-7:30pm
(may be covered by insurance)*

Limited in-person availability. **
This group will also be offered online via Zoom

Iris Anson has a Bachelors degree in Liberal Arts from Utah State University and a Master of Counseling degree in Mental Health Counseling from Idaho State University in 2018.  She is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC) in the state of Idaho, a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) with the National Board for Certified Counselors, and a Registered Clinical Supervisor (CS) in Idaho, for those seeking clinical licensure. 

Iris is trained in attachment theory and highly experienced in the areas of addiction and trauma. Iris utilizes the industry’s best practices, specifically chosen for the unique experience of each person she counsels. Iris is empathetic, affirming, and open to learning about each person's inner culture, experience, and world. She has lived in Brazil, the Near East and speaks Portuguese.  Read more on Psychology Today

*$25/session cash rate.

** KCS is following CDC COVID protocols for in-person activities. In-person registration is limited to six (6) and all in-person attendees must show proof of vaccination and wear a mask in common areas of the building. 

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