Our Center brings together dedicated people who work tirelessly to help fulfill the mission of the Center. Each individual comes from varied experiences in human service and education, and possesses specialized training and interest in Thanatology, which is the foundation of our work.
We are incredibly proud of having such exceptional and passionate people driving our mission, and are dedicated as an organization of value to support them in providing the highest quality of service to those seeking help from the Center. The Center for Loss and Bereavement is an inspiring place to be, where it is safe – and encouraged – to be vulnerable with dignity, and to invite others to be a source of light and hope in times of darkness. Our staff are capable of holding the pain of others, without needing or trying to ‘fix’ someone’s journey through the true mess of grief. Our mission depends on having empathetic, experienced individuals doing such intimate and sensitive work, and we are incredibly grateful for the staff who have joined us over the years.
To contact any staff member, call the main number 610-222-4110 and dial the referred extension or click on the e-mail address links on this page. For a short biographical description, click on any staff member’s name.
Center Interns are highly trained, exceptional graduate students who provide support with:
Peer Group Facilitation, Grief Awareness Programs, Administrative Tasks, and potentially Counseling Services as part of supervised practicum experience. For more information about our Center Interns, click here or on each individual’s name below.