“I am circling around God, around the ancient tower, and I have been circling for a thousand years and I still don’t know if I am a falcon, or a great storm, or a great song.”
Rainer M. Rilke
Mary Jane Hurley Brant, M.S., CGP
Welcome to my website. Please take a few minutes to acquaint yourself with some serious or light reading.
Professionally, I am a practicing Human Relations Counselor, a Certified Group Psychotherapist and a Clinical Member of The American Group Psychotherapy Asso. I’ve been in the counseling field for 32 years and specialize in grief and loss with an expertise in caregiving. I am available by phone (610-504-8739) in person or on Skype.
I work with individuals 20 years old and older, couples and groups to explore where people’s sadness or anxiety originates. I also work within religious communities and also for National Multiple Sclerosis Society specifically with individuals who suffer with MS and their families and caregivers.
My counseling is spiritually driven and clinically sound. I am also an artist and a writer who believes we are all fellow travelers on a journey to discover our gifts and passions and to use them creatively, productively and meaningfully.
Oct. 2008 I was published by Simple Abundance Press, Sarah Ban Breathnach, Publisher. Sarah believes its message of hope and authenticity will make it the classic book on grief and hope after loss. In January, 2009, foreign rights were contracted with St. Pauls and Better Yourself Books in Mumbai, India, English version. The book’s distribution is in India, Sri Lanka, The Philippines, Malaysia and Africa. Please visit this upcoming link for more info, those additional meaningful readings I mentioned and a video about losing a child. My book is called When Every Day Matters: A Mother’s Memoir on Love, Loss and Life.
I would love to help you. Call or email for a 20 minute free consultation.
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