Bereavement Counseling

The theme of parental mourning has been a universal theme throughout the centuries. It is frequently said that the grief of a bereaved parent is the most intense grief known to man. When a child dies, parents feel that a part of them has died too. Often times, parents who have lost their child experience a variety of emotions such as emptiness or denial. As these emotions fade, feelings of anger or guilt usually set in. These emotions are part of what is known as grief. Unfortunately, many times this grief may become overwhelming. Bereavement counseling offers the support parents need and lessen the pain they feel.

Coping with Miscarriage

The loss of a pregnancy through miscarriage or the death of a newborn baby is devastating. Miscarriage can happen to anyone — regardless of race, health, economic class, age, or other factors. You may find yourself discouraged, angry, and perhaps overwhelmed with grief after a miscarriage  Robin Leigh Maier, LCSW has years of experience in bereavement counseling and helping mothers and fathers through their grief.

If you’re pregnant or you’re a new mom who is struggling to cope, you don’t have to face it alone.

Contact Bereavement Counselor, Robin Leigh Maier today to get the help you deserve.

Robin Leigh Maier, LCSW    (813) 431-0797   robinmaierlcsw@gmail.com
300 South Hyde Park Avenue Suite 250 Tampa, Florida 33606