Neil Uniacke has been a bereavement counselor at Hospice & Community Care for the past three years. He obtained both his undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of Delaware and has a Master’s degree in counseling. He was the Director of New Hope Counseling Center in Quarryville, a Chaplain Intern at WellSpan York Hospital, an EMT and President of Wakefield Ambulance Company in southern Lancaster County, an actor at Sight and Sound Theatre (he played Jesus!), and an Administrative Pastor overseeing pastoral and administrative staff as well as a Pastoral Counselor for Vineyard Christian Fellowship Church. Neil primarily works out of our York office where he provides individual grief counseling sessions and leads support groups. He facilitates a monthly support series for Newly Bereaved individuals, Loss of Spouse support groups both on Zoom and in person, weekly support groups between Thanksgiving and Christmas, and a monthly virtual Men’s Support group. Neil finds it rewarding to “help individuals and families learn how to cope, access what they need and discover a new sense of self through the support they receive.” In his spare time, Neil enjoys discovering new places that have caves, forests, rocky cliffs and waterfalls, visiting with extended family, and time with his incredible wife and four wonderful adult children.
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