Please join us for the next Mercer/Burlington PPSIG meeting!
*Breakfast Will Be Served*
Speaker: Jesse Bassett, Program Director of Good Grief in Princeton
Topic: Coping Skills for Children and Adolescents Dealing with Death of Loved One
After our presentation, we will also continue our ongoing round table discussions on the practical side of managing a private practice.
Good Grief provides free support to children, teens, and young adults after the death of a mom, dad, brother, or sister. Their programs provide participants with the coping skills that will serve them for the rest of their lives, as they manage the challenges they presently face and will face in the future. Families may enroll in Good Grief programs for as long as they need their support. Programs provide a safe space for participants to tell their story, share their feelings, learn from each other, understand that they are not alone in their grief, process this major life event, and develop a sense of hopefulness for the future.
Parking is behind the building and is accessible via an alley off Pear Street. There is parking behind the building and additional parking at the end of the alley. Folks can park on Pear Street as well if that is easier. The rear of the building has a large “1530” on it. The building is in the middle of the block…be careful not to park in the nursery school on the corner.
If you have any questions regarding directions/parking, please call 609-394-0136.