Therapy for Grief and Loss
You may have heard that loss is a part of life and you've even thought you understood the meaning of this phrase. This phrase makes grief feel simple, but it is not until you have lost someone or something significant in your life that you truly understand the complexity of that statement.
The loss of a loved one can have a profound and sometimes devastating impact on those left behind. Grief and Loss are very personal and different for every person, but something that is very common is the deep suffering you feel. I don't believe that you can "move on" after a loss, but rather learn how to move forward. I will be there by your side to help you navigate through all of the emotions as you work through your grief.
Many people often think of grief and loss and associate those feelings only for when some one dies. However, any significant change (even good ones!) come with loss. Maybe a recent life event or transition caused you to feel suddenly unstable? Changes of any kind can leave you feeling lonely, confused, afraid, and vulnerable, especially when your foundation feels shaky. Grief can be sneaky, one minute you feel at peace or even relief and the next minute you hear a song, or receive an email, or smell a familiar smell and you are reminded of your pain and sorrow.
I help clients to process all of the complicated (and sometimes conflicting) feelings that may come up after a significant loss. Together we will work towards moving forward in your life while honoring your loved ones memory.
I work with clients who are survivors of suicide loss, parents who have suffered a miscarriage, families who have lost a love one or a pet, individuals going through a divorce and any other significant life change.