What I love most about what I do is being a part of an organization that cares deeply for others. I feel appreciated and supported in delivering our mission, and in turn, I am able to share this with others.
In a society that embraces a “get over this” attitude, many people are often unprepared and struggle with their feelings of loss. A grief counselor at Treasure Coast Hospice for the past 15 years, Laura Morgan considers it an honor to be able to care for those facing one of life’s most difficult challenges. She helps people through their grief journey by providing them with the support, education, and tools they need to gain confidence and find their way.
Whether Laura is counseling an individual or conducting a group session, she listens with a compassionate heart. “Building a community of support is vital to helping bereaved individuals and families heal. Connecting people with others who are working through the same problems is very powerful. As a counselor, it’s rewarding to see people get better every day and make a difference in their lives.”