The Wendt Center appreciates the trust you place in us whenever you visit our Center. In the current environment, we want to remind everyone how committed we are to the health and safety of our clients and employees.
We at the Wendt Center for Loss and Healing ask that you hold us close to your heart as we mourn the deaths of two clinicians who dedicated their careers to healing people in their community. Judy Bowes died Friday, August 30, in Arizona. Judy worked closely with our founder, the Reverend Bill… read more»
A teacher has died; a student has gone missing. Horrible, unexpected tragedy strikes every day. It disrupts our sense of safety and stability. It can make us feel like a train barreling down the tracks without any way to slow down. When these tragedies occur at school, whole communities are impacted and disrupted. DC schools… read more»
In times of great personal loss, it is common for parents and caregivers to need to play two roles, both griever of their own loss and supporter of their child’s loss. In fact, as a child and family therapist at the Wendt Center, Stephanie Handel typically meets with the parents or caregivers first before beginning… read more»