Losing a loved one is not only painful but can feel like an isolating experience. It can be especially hard for young adults when they feel like they don’t have peers who “get it”. This group is for young adults currently enrolled in college or graduate school who have experienced the loss of a close loved one. The goal of this group is to create a safe and supportive environment to process experiences of loss with other young people.
To learn more about the group you can schedule a 30-minute group consultation appointment with Dr. Dana Siperstein by calling 401-793-8808.
The group is open to young adults in college or graduate school.
Young Adult Behavioral Health
167 Point Street,
Providence, RI 02903
Dates and times
Weekly on Tuesday from 4pm-5pm; will start in February 2019
Please contact Dr. Dana Siperstein at Young Adult Behavioral Health
Dr. Dana Siperstein is an Adult Psychiatrist at the Young Adult Behavioral Health Program in Providence, RI. She works with college and graduate students who are navigating life transitions, anxiety, depression, grief and loss, and challenges at school. She primarily provides medication management and always values getting to know her patients before prescribing.
Dr. Siperstein enjoys integrating psychotherapy into each of her sessions and is flexible in her approach to create an individualized treatment plan. Dr. Siperstein has established a space where patients experiencing grief can openly talk about the person they recently lost and how they are adjusting to life without them.
Dr. Siperstein is dedicated to helping students enter into adulthood with confidence. Having previously worked at Harvard University Counseling Center, she is an expert at navigating college mental health. Dr. Siperstein completed her adult psychiatry residency at Harvard Longwood and received both her MD and BA from George Washington University.