When you deliver a stillborn baby, the loss and pain can feel overwhelming and unmanageable. No matter how late in the pregnancy the loss occurs, it can make you feel like you must have done something to cause it or that it is somehow your fault when, of course, it is not. Worse, those who experience it may feel like they are completely alone and can’t talk to their loved ones about their anguish for fear of making them uncomfortable.  Thankfully, you can find help at the Blossom Method, a support center for those dealing with reproductive issues including stillbirth.

A Welcoming Environment

At the Blossom Method, we understand that talking about what you’re going through can feel alienating and leave you feeling raw and exposed, particularly if you’re discussing it with someone who has never gone through what you are dealing with.  Our compassionate counselors are focused exclusively on pregnancy- and birth-related grief, and have helped many women and families cope with the grief on the path to healing.

Grief and Loss Counseling

Here, we strive to provide a welcoming, caring space for you to share what you’re struggling with, and we do so by offering you different options for counseling and support, including:

  • one-on-one therapy sessions
  • couples baby loss counseling
  • peer-to-peer stillbirth support groups

Stillbirth support groups may give you a new perspective, and hearing from other women who have experienced stillbirth can help cope with the pain and devastation.

Compassionate Stillborn Birth Counselors

Our grief counselors have experience working with women from all walks of life who are dealing with a variety of reproductive issues, including the loss of a stillborn baby, miscarriage, infertility, complex medical diagnoses, and much more.

Personalized Support for Coping with Baby Loss

We offer personalized support for your particular situation, and we will work with you on an individual level to help you cope with stillbirth. Part of the healing process is knowing that you aren’t alone in dealing with your tragedy, and that you can find help. No one should have to suffer in silence—call the Blossom Method today.

Our next Pregnancy Loss Support Group is on February 23 from 6-7:30. This support group is currently for women only. Registration is recommended.

Contact Us

For more information about our services or our counselors, feel free to contact us at anytime:  info@blossommethod.com or calling 312-854-0061.

The Blossom Method: 233 E. Erie St., Suite #306, Chicago, IL 60611 (across from Northwestern Memorial Hospital)