A common topic many often do not like to discuss is that of the topic of death. Lucy Moore's work has ranged from the discussion of a dying loved one, the loss of a job for a person, and even the death of a romantic relationship with a partner. Her work truly focuses on supporting clients on their journey through life’s inevitable losses and change, and on this show she speaks on the grief process, what blocks people from their full understanding of death, and how best to provide support if you or someone you know if going through death of some kind.
An alumni of Santa Clara University’s Counseling Psychology Master’s program, Lucy is currently a California registered Marriage & Family Therapist intern. She works at a local agency as a bereavement counselor and also has a private practice located in Palo Alto, CA where she is employed and supervised by Marsha Hardaway-Burke, licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Lucy's work focuses on individuals, couples and families for both short-term & long-term counseling.
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