Greg Malone, LMHC, BCC

  • 17 years of Experience
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Specialties: Stress, Anxiety, Relationship issues, Grief, Self esteem, Compassion fatigue, Addictions, Family conflicts, Trauma and abuse, Depression, Coping with life changes

Specialties

Stress, Anxiety, Relationship issues, Grief, Self esteem, Compassion fatigue, Addictions, Family conflicts, Trauma and abuse, Depression, Coping with life changes

Languages

English

About Greg Malone

It's my belief that even out of the ashes of loss, good things can be found, including healing. The mining work is hard work, but I have seen it be so fulfilling to those who came to me in pain and grief. It's not only hard work but also messy work. Holding a person's full emotional experience is what my clients seek. Sorting through the conflicting thoughts that leave us confused is another way clients benefit. One person came to me with both a desire to honor the process of letting go, while also wanting a way to stay connected to their deceased loved one. If you are in need of another person to hold space for you without judgment or timeline, then I would be honored to be that person. ​I believe that asking for help is one the most courageous steps one can take, especially when you have been the one caring for others, and find it difficult to give yourself permission. Finding a safe place, to be honest with our struggles and our limited capacity as human beings can release one from carrying all that they feel obligated to carry. My approach is both shaped by my personal story, my professional journey, and my educational background. I know what grief feels like because I have gone through the journey of losing a loved one. I know the experience of losing a relationship I once had. I know the pain I experience when seeing harm being done to the earth. All of these experiences have forced me to seek help in the form of therapy, community and individual grief rituals, and connection to those who have also experienced grief and loss. Professionally, I have taken part of my story and used it to help others in their grief and pain. Having functioned as a counselor working with hospice and palliative care patients I have learned up close both the heartache that comes with loss, but also the amazing gifts that can be found in the ashes of grief and loss. Our lives are full of "little deaths", and I have learned how to be with the grief of these "li

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