Grief and Loss Counseling
It’s okay to need help, when you’re ready, I’d be happy to take this journey alongside you.
The loss of a loved one can be a devastating experience. You may have a loss of appetite or feel, down, angry, or anxious, which can interfere with your day-to-day functioning. Together we’ll process your emotions related to the loss and help you move through the healing process
Divorces and breakups can be intense sources of grief. Regardless of the reason, the lingering feelings of loss and heartbreak can feel devastating. Therapy provides a safe space to express and work through these emotions, increase self-compassion, have a better understanding of the relationship. With time, you’ll be able to open yourself to new experiences.
Anticipatory grief happens when we know that someone we are close to will die, but it has not occurred yet. This often happens when someone important to us has a terminal illness and a limited amount of time. A thought that may come up during anticipatory grief is, “What will my life be like without this person?” While the circumstances are different, the emotions are often similar to the grief we experience after the death of a loved one.
Having an animal can be a huge part of emotional support and connection. The loss of a pet can be as equally impactful as the loss of a person. When an animal dies, it’s normal to feel overwhelmed by sadness and pain. Even though others may not understand your loss, the loss of an animal is significant and it’s okay to seek help.