ENCINITAS, CALIFORNIA, USA, November 1, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Accessible bereavement counseling
Founded by licensed therapist Mira Jaisinghani-Masukawa, California Grief Therapy Center Inc. opened as a nonprofit organization with licensed therapists, providing low-cost care to those who would otherwise not have the ways to get advice.
Americans are experiencing rising prices across the board, leading one-third to say they can’t afford therapy and 39% to cut back on sessions to cut costs.
The California Grief Therapy Center seeks to address this dilemma with low-cost grief counseling.
After countless calls from people seeking help, Jaisinghani-Masukawa quickly recognized that there was a dire need for low-cost grief counseling. More importantly, advice for those who cannot afford traditional treatment options. As the owner of a group practice at San Diego Grief Counseling, Jaisinghani-Masukawa decided to find a way to help those in need through her own nonprofit, the California Grief Therapy Center. Inc.
The California Grief Therapy Center ensures that patients have an ally on their journey to overcome the grief of the loss of a loved one, divorce, or other tragedy.
“I have found joy in helping someone remember a family member, not as it was then, but actually for the beautiful moments in life and the moments that ‘they spent together,’ nonprofit owner Mira Jaisinghani-Masukawa, licensed marriage family therapist, told CBS San Diego (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irBD0HO82lg).
The Center operates through generous donations from people who seek to make a difference for those dealing with loss –– by providing them with the support and resources they need to ensure they don’t suffer indefinitely.
Those looking to support Mira in her mission to provide relief to people seeking guidance to overcome their grief are invited to get involved with the California Grief Therapy Center through Giving Tuesday, a day dedicated to the very idea of giving back and helping. others in need through good deeds, donations or involvement in an organization like Mira’s that makes a difference. Every donation to the California Grief Therapy Center on Giving Tuesday or any other day translates into therapy for someone who is feeling hopeless and struggling to cope with a loss in their life. Make a difference in the lives of friends and neighbors in your community by donating today.
Rooted in warmth and compassion, Mira’s therapeutic treatment approach fuses both healthy coping strategies and a strong social support system to lead a happy and stable life. His main areas of interest include grief, Covid grief, trauma, anxiety and caregiver fatigue.
Mira identifies what works best for each of her patients and uses a variety of techniques, including cognitive behavioral therapy, person-centered therapy, humanistic therapy, existential therapy, and EMDR.
Growing up half Mexican-American and half Asian-Indian, Mira has a unique understanding of cultural differences and how they manifest throughout the healing process Recognizing that no recovery journey is a one-size-fits-all approach , she spends a lot of time learning about her patients to provide a truly individualized experience, with deep respect for personal beliefs and rituals.
Mira Jaisinghani-Masukawa is a licensed marital family therapist, group practice owner of San Diego Grief Counseling Corp. and CEO of California Grievance Therapy Center Inc.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a minor in world religions. Mira graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy.
Today, she centers her practice on bereavement, Covid grief, trauma, anxiety and caregiver fatigue, and strongly believes that no one should have to deal with their pain alone. Mira is trained in EMDR Part 1 & 2, and co-manages a private Facebook group that has 700 Southern California therapist members, and was featured by Facebook in their celebration of women making a difference. Her room, 2021.
Its central hypothesis? We can all be healed –– especially with the right resources and support system to ensure the greatest growth in grief.
To learn more or to donate to the California Grief Therapy Center, please visit https://www.CaliforniaGriefTherapyCenter.org.
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