Dealing With Grief As A Young Adult By Sophia Frentz 26 February 2016 Dealing with grief is an inevitable part of life, and while it never gets easier, knowing a little about it . Help for Young Adults We offer two groups for young adults, one for people 18-25 and one for people 26-35ish who have experienced the death of a relative, partner, or friend. Based on a peer support group model, the group is an opportunity to meet with other people who are dealing with the vast and at times overwhelming range of reactions we can experience after a death.
GriefNet is supervised by a licensed clinical psychologist and staffed by a dedicated team of people who have themselves experienced grief and loss. GriefNet is a dba of Rivendell Resources. Young Adults . Our results indicate that at approximately 1–2 years after loss of a significant friend or relative, 16% of bereaved young adults met criteria for complicated grief and 34% had mild to severe depression.Cited by: 11.
Young Adult Groups This group is open to adults between the ages of 18 and 30 who have experienced the death of a significant person in their life. It meets once a week for nine consecutive weeks. Books shelved as young-adult-loss-and-grief-healing: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, The Music of What Happens by Bill Konigsberg, In Sight of Star.