BEYOND SUICIDE
1st & 3rd Tuesdays
1st & 3rd Mondays

A survivor of suicide is a person who has lost a close family member or friend to suicide. Often people in the social circle of survivors do not understand suicide or are afraid to talk about it. Sitting in a room with other suicide survivors may the one healing environment where you can share your pain without fear of judgment, knowing that those around you understand that grief from suicide is a uniquely painful and complicated form of bereavement.

As a member of our Beyond Suicide Group, you will become part of a group where survivors search for answers, cope with the trauma of suicide, and help each other feel that they are not alone in this heartbreaking loss. Members in this group safely share their individual grief reactions and talk with other survivors on how they have coped with symptoms like shock, depression, intense sadness, anger, guilt, and perhaps even feelings of abandonment.

You are not alone in your grief. There are millions of survivors who, like you, are trying to cope with the loss of someone they love through the tragedy of suicide death.

Size of the group: Generally 6-8 members.
Facilitated by two trained volunteer facilitators.

For more information or to schedule an appointment please call us at 512-472-7878. To create a safe and supportive environment for you and our group members, all new individuals must schedule an intake/orientation prior to their first group meeting. We cannot take walk in clients on group nights.

 

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8401 Shoal Creek Blvd

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Austin, TX 78757

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