MEET DR. JONATHAN ERIC CARROLL, KLPC Executive director of counseling
Like so many of you, I became acquainted with deep grief at a very early age. For
years, I tried to fight it off or to run away. And then it occurred to me: "Don't resist it; let it
in, befriend your sadness. And never try to do it alone."
Eventually, I developed a friendship with grief, and have come to understand that it is
only in my grieving - and in my mourning - that healing can ever really happen.
Whatever it is that has brought you to your grief, I want to help you. You never really get
over it; you learn instead to move through it, sometimes trudging, sometimes
dancing. Consider your time spent with me in these pages as your dancing lessons.
Please use these resources and call us for help when you're ready.
- Dr. Carroll
Please know this, even when you believe that you have considered all the evidence: You are not alone. You are not alone in this loss, in your grief, in this sadness and this despair. You are not alone in your questions, your rage, your protesting, and your prayers. Click here for more.