"A little bit of light dispels a lot of darkness."
-Rabbi Schneur Zalman of Liadi

We are reaching out to friends & neighbors for a joining of hearts & minds to grieve, support one another & provide a safe space for expression.

There is no charge, and all are welcome.

O
ur Pittsburgh community, Jews and non-Jews alike, are heartbroken and horrified by the recent massacre of innocent Jewish people.

On Saturday, October 27, a gunman opened fire at the Tree of Life Congregation Synagogue in Squirrel Hill. Eleven lives were lost, and two worshipers and four police offices were injured.

Our community continues to grieve.

At the Center for Counseling Arts, we will gather to begin the healing process together in a safe and supporting space. We will seek to find again strength and hope in our community.

We may not have met you, but please know how important you are. You are not alone. Even among strangers, we are friends.

The healing process, for each of us, cannot always be the same.

But there is great uplifting good in being present for one anther, in expressing empathy and compassion for each other, and in seeking together the possibilities for peace and light.

Our time together may include sharing and listening, techniques for dialogue and coping, quotes for inspiration and peace, and interfaith prayer.

 Date & Time: Completed

 LOCATION: Our Group Room, Second Floor, The Center for Counseling Arts, 1201 South Braddock Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 15218

LEADERS: Director Harlee Abromson, LCSW & Director Dr. Nancy Lardo, PhD

No Charge & All Are Welcome

 To RSVP, please call Directors Harlee Abromson, LCSW, Voicemail 2, or Dr. Nancy Lardo, PhD, Voicemail 1, at 412-241-8552

or submit our Online form:

*In the space below, please be sure to include the number of people to attend: