Many people tell us they wish they had reached out to the Center for Compassionate Care sooner. That once they understood the support, connection and hope they found here, life for them changed.

Counseling

The Elizabeth Hospice understands how precious every moment is. Here it’s about remembering everything in life that we’ve loved, how we’ve lived, what today can bring, and how hope can move us forward.

Our team will help you find your own way of coping with grief or the effects of a serious illness. We provide support services to individuals, families, children, students, siblings, parents, grandparents, friends, faith communities, employers and workers. Our goal is to transform this part of your journey into a time of regained hope, finding the strength that comes from feeling more in control. We’ll ensure you have the support, resources, and guidance you need to handle the challenges you face.

For counseling support please call the Center for Compassionate Care of The Elizabeth Hospice directly at (760) 737-2050 or toll-free at (800) 797-2050

Professional Training for Therapists

The Center for Compassionate Care of The Elizabeth Hospice offers a dynamic 18 month clinical experience that provides training to developing therapists who are interested in the field of grief, loss and life transition. Interested MFT Interns, Professional Counseling Interns, and Associate Social Workers who are able to volunteer in San Diego County and Southern Riverside County are encouraged to apply. For more information, please contact Nicole Reich, Clinical Counselor Program Supervisor, at 800-797-2050, ext. 2106 or nicole.reich@ehospice.org. Click here for the program flyer.