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Mary Jane Hurley Brant
I am a practicing Human Relations Counselor and a Certified Group Psychotherapist for 34 years.  Private practice recently moved to Newtown Square, PA  Available by phone or in person. 
I work with individuals (20 years old and up), couples and groups to explore where people’s sadness or anxiety originates.  Sometimes it’s situational and sometimes it’s from pain or trauma from the families we grew up in.  I also work within religious communities and a partner with National Multiple Sclerosis Society. My counseling is spiritually driven and clinically sound.  I give people hope and help them find their way. By clinical training and personal experience I am a grief specialist.  I lost a beautiful daughter, Katie, to a brain tumor she managed for 10 years.  I have written about how a child's illness affects a family, a marriage, in-laws. Sarah Ban Breathnach, Publisher and NYT's multi-time #1 Best Selling Author of Simple Abundance, believes its message will make my memoir the classic book on grief and hope after loss.  Available on Amazon and B&N. It is called When Every Day Matters: A Mother’s Memoir on Love, Loss and Life and available on Amazon.com and barnesandnoble.com Foreign rights with St. Pauls and Better Yourself Books in Mumbai, India, English version.  It’s distribution is in India, Sri Lanka, The Philippines, Malaysia and Africa.  For over 5 years I have facilitated a free-of-charge monthly bereavement group for mothers who have lost children. See my website for more info.
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