RESOURCES FOR GRIEF COUNSELING AND SUPPORT

CONCERN EAP:

CONCERN EAP has been a comprehensive regional employee assistance program since 1983. It is a subsidiary of the Baptist Memorial Health Care System. Click here to learn more!

MBA members (and anyone living in their household) who pay an additional $40 to their membership dues will receive a broad range of services including:

  • Identifying and resolving personal issues such as stress, health, marital, family, financial, alcohol, drug, gambling, emotional and other problems

  • Unlimited consultations during the year

  • 24/7 emergency services

  • Substance abuse professional services

  • Conflict resolution

  • Monthly e-newsletter

  • Training programs

Contact Information:
(901) 458-4000

Multiple Locations:

Main Location
2670 Union Ave. Extd., Suite 610
Memphis, TN 38112

Germantown Location
2010 Exeter Road, Suite 101
Germantown, TN 38138

Bartlett Location
5158 Stage Road, Suite 120
Bartlett, TN 38134

Southaven Location
7535 Airways Road, Suite 210
Southaven, MS 38671

Tipton County Location
1995 Highway 51 S, Suite 203B
Covington, TN 38019

The Kemmons Wilson Family for Good Grief

Baptist Center for Good Grief
1520 W. Poplar Avenue
Memphis, TN 38104
(901) 861-5656
https://www.bmhgiving.org/cgg-kwfc-about

Samaritan Counseling
35 S. Auburndale Street
Memphis, TN 38104
(901) 729-3900
http://www.samaritanmidsouth.org/our-staff/

Healing Hearts Counseling Centers
Healing Hearts Group
4646 Poplar Avenue, # 543
Memphis, TN 38117
(901) 343-0346

NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) – Memphis

5830 Mt. Moriah Road, Ste. 6
Memphis, TN 38115
(901) 725-0305
http://www.nami-memphis.org/classes.html

Mental Health Crisis Line
(901) CRISIS-7
(901) 274-7477

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
1 (888) 333-AFSP (2377)
(212) 363-3500

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1 (800) 273-TALK (8255)
Crisis Text Line: Text TALK to 741741

Stress Reducing Practices 

1.  Daily Affirmation

  • Inhale and silently repeat "I am safe."

  • Exhale and silently repeat "I am well". 

  • Repeat affirmation while taking slow deep breaths.


2.  Box Breathing (also called Square Breathing or 4x4 Breath)

3.  Loving Kindness Meditation

May my loved one (insert name instead of "my loved one") be filled with loving kindness.
May my loved one (insert name instead of "my loved one") be well.
May my loved one (insert name instead of "my loved one") be peaceful and at ease.
May my loved one (insert name instead of "my loved one") be happy.

May I be filled with loving kindness.
May I be well.
May I be peaceful and at ease.
May I be happy.

May the World be filled with loving kindness.
May the World be well.
May the World be peaceful and at ease.
May the World be happy.

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