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Preparing For the Death of a Loved One

Eunice Lehmacher, LISW-CP - Speaker Bio
Eunice Lehmacher, EAP Counselor, joined EAP as a part time counselor in 2015. She holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC and a Bachelor’s in Secondary Education from Concordia University. She is a Licensed Independent Social Worker-Clinical Practice with practice experience in community mental health, college mental health, home health, hospice, and private practice. Prior to counseling, she was a high school math teacher. She has been working on the Oconee Medical Campus since 2011. Her specialties include grief, chronic pain and stress, geriatrics, and anxiety, and depression.

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  • Topic Info:The death of a loved one is universally difficult and personal. No one can prepare you for the feelings you will experience. Grief resulting from the loss will affect you physically, emotionally, mentally, spiritually, socially and economically.

    GHS Hospice of the Foothills also extends bereavement support services to all members of the community. We offer these services to those who are dealing with grief, whether or not they’ve had previous contact with our hospice care services.

    Listen in as Eunice Lehmacher, EAP Counselor, explains how her mission is to facilitate a safe and healing grief process for all persons in our community who are adjusting to a loss of a loved one.