Feel less alone with your personal concerns when you share your honest and open feelings without judgement in a safe and nurturing environment.
What makes a good support group? Feeling heard, valued and validated. Everyone is welcome to join our compassionate support groups to help you improve your coping skills during challenging times.
Widows and Widowers: You Are Not Alone
with Judy Brauner, LCSW Therapist
A bereavement group for those recently widowed. This is an opportunity for you to share your feelings with others that understand. Judy Brauner will help you talk about the changes in your family life, social relationships and sense of self. Make friendships that will help you heal.
Registration required, call Esther 201.408.1456.
6 Tuesdays, 5/30-7/11, 2-3:15 pm, $40/$50 (cancelled)
Sponsored in part by the Edwin S. Soforenko Foundation
Strength To Strength Virtual
Facilitator: Jeffrey A. Berman, MD, FA, SAM
A support group for parents, whose children (ages 15-25) are dealing with issues of addiction, psychological disorders and/or co-occurring issues. A safe and confidential environment.
Wednesday evenings twice a month at 7:30 pm.
Call Esther at 201.408.1456 for more information and to register
Free Family Caregiver Support Groups*
The Alzheiner’s Association caregiver support groups are designed to provide emotional and educational support for caregivers through regularly scheduled meetings. Support groups provide an opportunity for care-partners, families and friends to learn about dementias like Alzheimer’s disease, share their feelings and concerns, and support each other and learn about local resources.
• In-person 4th Tuesday & 2nd Thursday of the month at 10:30 am.
• Weekly Virtual Caregiver Support Group Thursday at 1 pm
* Registration required.
To register please contact Marlene email@example.com or 201.569.7900 ext. 439
Virtual Family Dementia Caregiver Support Group for Adult Children
Join us for a group specifically designed to provide emotional and educational support for the Adult Children of those living with Alzheimer’s and all forms of dementia.
The challenges are different from those of a spouse or sibling. This group will offer an opportunity to share feelings and concerns, learn about local resources and support each other in coping with the effects of the disease.
Meetings are held on the 2nd Wednesday and 4th Thursday of the month. For more information, to register and receive the link contact Marlene at firstname.lastname@example.org or 201.569.7900 ex. 439