Jeffrey D. Grant
Pastoral Counselor/Therapist, JD, MDiv
Many group members are suffering with shame, remorse, and regret, and have been stigmatized by their own families, friends and communities, and the business community. We help them come out of isolation and into community in order to take responsibility for their actions and the wreckage they caused, make amends, and move forward in new way of life centered on hope, care, compassion, tolerance and empathy - and to reach out to help others. The group shares experiences, feelings and resources to help make the quality of each other’s lives more manageable.
As an ordained minister, conversations and communications with those I serve fall under clergy privilege laws. This is one reason that attorneys often allow and encourage their clients to maintain relationships with me while in active prosecution or litigation situations.
This group addresses personal and community trauma. No appointment necessary. Spiritual Urgent Care is open to all individuals who are being, or have been, prosecuted for white collar crimes, or have suffered another life-altering or trauma. Open to all friends and families too, please feel free to share! Online on Zoom.