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Grief and Loss

"There is no such thing as getting over a loss. We never get over it; we can only accept and adapt."

- Daisy Chow

A girl feeling sad

“Only people who are capable of loving strongly can also suffer great sorrow, but this same necessity of loving serves to counteract their grief and heals them.” — Leo Tolstoy

Do you yearn for a lost loved one? Maybe you avoid reminders of them to ease the pain.

Do you find it difficult to know who you even are after loss?

Whether death, divorce, or other ways of losing someone or something important to you, grief is a normal and natural response to loss, but it can also be a challenging and overwhelming experience. 

Grief counseling can provide a safe and supportive space for individuals to process their emotions, find meaning in loss, and learn to adapt to life without their loved-one. This counseling can take many different forms which may involve one-on-one talk therapy sessions, group therapy, or a combination of both. Some therapists may also use techniques such as art therapy, mindfulness, or meditation to help individuals work through their grief.

It is important to find a grief counselor who is compassionate and understanding, and who can help you work through your unique experience of loss. Grief is a highly personal experience, and each individual's journey through grief will be different. A skilled grief counselor can provide you with the tools and support that you need to heal and move forward. Our therapists are available to assist in your healing journey. 

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