Grief Counseling: One-on-one or group sessions for emotional support and processing loss.
Support Groups: Connecting individuals with similar experiences for sharing and understanding.
Grief Education: Providing information on grief stages and coping strategies.
Crisis Intervention: Immediate support for those struggling to cope with grief.
Memorial Services: Assisting with planning and organizing ceremonies to honor the deceased.
Art Therapy or Expressive Therapies: Using creative arts for emotional expression.
Online Support: Virtual counseling and resources for remote accessibility.
Meet Moish Tombosky, a compassionate chaplain and bereavement coach based in Henderson, NV. He provides healing support to people of all ages, religions, and races, guiding them through the journey of grief with empathy and understanding. With a blend of spiritual wisdom and counseling expertise, Moish offers a safe space for individuals to find resilience and hope after loss, no matter who they are.
I aim to offer a welcoming and secure space for individuals experiencing grief. As a compassionate and skilled professional, I am here to provide the necessary support, interventions, and resources to help you begin your journey toward healing. The grieving process is unique to each person, and I am committed to tailoring my approach to meet your specific needs. Rest assured that your confidentiality and privacy are of the utmost importance to me, and I am here to help you navigate this difficult time and find relief from your pain.
Moish worked for the Jewish Burial Society of Pittsburgh as a Rabbi and Grief Coach, offering support to families during the loss of loved ones and guiding them through Jewish ritual practices for grieving.
For over 14 years Moish has worked in the medical world caring for the ill and dying patients helping them and their families through the transition.
During the Tree of Life Massacre in 2018, Moish served as a grief specialist and Rabbi among the first responders. He also assisted in crime scene cleanup, adhering to Jewish law, and helped individuals cope with the shock and trauma of the tragic incident.
Moish held positions as a Rabbi Chaplain and bereavement coordinator at various Hospices. In this capacity, he conducted grief groups and one-on-one sessions to comfort and support dying patients through their end-of-life experiences.
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