Hi, I am Sonya Bergeron, wife, sister, daughter, grand-mother and mother of three. I came to know grief after the death of my youngest son in July 2013. During my journey through grief, I saw that I was not alone in my suffering. Many people suffer because someone that they love has died. I now understand the pain of grief at a non-conceptual level. I know this pain, but have learned to embrace living. My intent in serving others is to help them see that they too can learn to live with the constant companion of grief and whole-heartedly embrace living.
I am a hospital chaplain and I am following a calling to walk along side of people who are navigating their own personal journey of grief. My religious identity is Unitarian Universalist, strongly influenced by the Buddhist teachings. My work as an interfaith chaplain is to support all people in their understanding of the sacred -- no matter what they believe or do not believe.
Mindful Grief Support offers opportunities for group discussions, personal reflection and integration. You don't have to make this journey of grief alone.
Member of the Unitarian Universalist Society for Community Ministries
Member of the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association
Member of the Association of Professional Chaplains
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