Life brings challenging times to all of us, yet having a loving community of faith pray for you, listen to you, and support you in a myriad of ways can help you feel God’s presence as you move through life’s struggles. At Marble we offer a ministry of support for people going through grief, divorce, and other types of loss through individual and possible group counseling.
Are you mourning the loss of a love one and is struggling with a variety of feelings and emotions. Well ,you need not travel this road alone. You are invited to join a new Grief Support group where you will receive emotional, physical and spiritual support to help you begin the healing process in a safe and nonjudgmental environment.
For questions or more information, contact Judy Tulin, (212) 686-2770, ext. 207.
Family Caregiving Support Group
The Caregivers Support Group offers guidance and spiritual support to those providing care to a loved one. You will receive Self-Care Tips and Tools to help you become a Caregiver with new strength and vitality, so that you can provide better care to your loved one and also protect your own health and well-being. Each meeting includes confidential, professionally facilitated conversation sharing the challenges a Caregiver faces, as well as a Guided Relaxation Meditation."
The group is facilitated by Rev. Marion Gambardella.
There is no charge for the group.
A nurturing group for those who have been or are currently going through a separation or divorce. Each session focuses on a different aspect of the process, with time for questions and sharing. Facilitated by an ordained minister and psychotherapist. For more information, contact Judy Tulin at (212) 686-2770.
This group is for parents and siblings who have experienced the death of a child from any cause, at any age. After decades of meeting at Marble Church, due to our on-going construction, their meeting location has changed. Please check their website for details, www.compassionatefriends.org, or call (212) 217-9647.
Founded in 1937 by Dr. Norman Vincent Peale and the eminent psychiatrist Dr. Smiley Blanton, the Blanton-Peale Institute is a Counseling Center providing psychotherapy on a sliding fee scale for individuals, couples, teenagers, groups and families. Secondly, the Institute is a Post-Graduate training center approved for licensure by the N.Y. State Education Department. The Blanton-Peale Institue is located at 7 West 30th Street between 5th Ave and Broadway on the 9th floor. For more information, visit their website, or call (212) 725-7850.