Grief & Bereavement Counseling
Grief and bereavement can be sensitive topics, and how each individual responds to, and recovers from loss, can depend upon a variety of factors, such as the bereaved person’s relationship to the deceased, and their upbringing or beliefs. However, without appropriate treatment, individuals may battle grief and bereavement for many years to come, and it can be incredibly debilitating.
Do you recognize any of the following physical, emotional or social symptoms? If so, you could be suffering from grief and bereavement, and may benefit from psychotherapy:
- Crying and sighing excessively
- Experiencing headaches
- Losing your appetite
- Struggling to sleep
- Feeling weak and fatigued
- Sadness and yearning
- Feeling worried, angry, frustrated or guilty
- A feeling of detachedness from others
- You may avoid social contact
However sad, angry, guilty or desperate you may be feeling after experiencing a loss, grief doesn’t need to rule your life, and with my help, you can regain your old sense of self and move forward with your life.
As a trained, qualified and experienced psychotherapist, I will help you recognize your personal symptoms of grief and bereavement, and through a series of confidential counseling sessions, help you overcome them to lead a happy, healthy life.