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Behavioral Health


Identifying Grief

Grief is a healthy, normal reaction to the loss of something important. Although people typically associate grief with the loss of a loved one, people can also experience grief in response to symbolic or social loss, such as the ending of a relationship or job loss.

More on Grief.


Continually updated to provide quick answers to the most commonly asked questions.

Treatment Options

Review the recommended treatment options for grief, including drug therapy and psychotherapy.

Professional Help

Take the first important step to seeking help, and learn about breaking down barriers to treatment.

Grief Self-Help Resources

Find a variety of patient tools; including fact sheets, video/audio, books and web sites.

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