Ambiguous loss: A type of grief that is present even without death

african american woman fetal position on bed By Michel Rousseau • JFCS Therapist A large part of my clinical practice as a psychotherapist at Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Minneapolis focuses on supporting those who are grieving. Even though everyone faces experiences surrounding death and dying at some point in their lives, [...]

What to say to someone dealing with a loss

By Barbara Rudnick • JFCS Family Life Education Program Manager   We will all experience major losses in our lives. Whether it is the death of a loved one, losing one’s home or job, a divorce, a medical diagnosis, chronic illness, etc., these are the losses that shake us to our core. [...]