Healing Your Broken Heart After the Death of a Baby

a six-week educational group for parents

Thursday Evenings February 3rd – March 10th 2022, 7:30-9:00 pm

by Camille Hawkins, LCSW with Camille Hawkins Counseling  & Lyndsey Proctor, LCSW with Serenity Wellness & Recovery

$40 per group for an individual/couple, full six-week commitment required 

This group is for anyone who is struggling with their grief journey after a pregnancy loss or death of a baby including miscarriage, stillbirth, termination for medical reasons, or infant death in the first year of life. Topics will include:

  • Understanding grief as it pertains to the death of a baby
  • Understanding trauma
  • Dealing with depression and anxiety
  • Healing rituals and keeping your baby’s memory alive
  • Facing the outside world
  • Navigating grief in an intimate partnership
  • Talking with young children about loss
  • Living your best life after loss
  • And more

Online classroom in order to reach a broader range of urban and rural parts of Utah and surrounding states

Contact Serenity Wellness & Recovery at (801) 984-0184 or frontdesk@serenityrw.com to submit a request for enrollment

About the Facilitators:

Camille Hawkins is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and is a leading reproductive and perinatal specialist in Utah. In addition to providing one-on-one therapy, Camille is also involved in community nonprofit work as the founder and prior Executive Director of Utah Infertility Resource Center. She currently serves on the board of Postpartum Support International Utah’s Chapter and the Utah Reproductive Mental Health Network. She volunteered at the Sharing Place, a grief support center for families, and worked on the OB floor of a hospital assisting families at the bedside when they experienced stillbirth or infant death. Camille is also a certified teacher through the Institute for the Study of Birth, Breath, and Death. She has personal experience with grief and loss through infertility, miscarriage, and the stillbirth of her daughter, Everly.

Lyndsey Proctor is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and the founder and owner of Serenity Wellness & Recovery, a center focusing on supporting the mental health of families before, during, or after pregnancy. While working with women, Lyndsey saw a specific need to help clients that were pregnant or postpartum with their mental health. Lyndsey’ s center is designed to be able to meet each client’s needs with the appropriate therapeutic support the client may need.  Each client’s mental health needs are unique, so Lyndsey built her program to meet each persons needs by offering all different levels of care in different therapy settings.