Are you finding it difficult to cope with the loss of a relationship or the death of a loved one: friend, spouse, child, or grandparent?
Each and every loss is different and unique and so is your story. Are you trying to cope with numbness, shock, anxiety or depressed feelings due to this loss?
My grief is so complicated because of the type of loss that no one is going to “get it.” How can I sort all this out?
Do you wonder: “How can I go on living without the person I care about?”
What about working with couples together who have experienced loss, whether due to death or some other kind of loss, including addiction or betrayal?
What about women’s issues and grief? Perhaps the loss of a close or best friend, sponsor, mother or lover? Can we discuss spirituality and loss? How do I reconcile faith and grief when I feel angry? What if I feel I have lost contact with my Higher Power?
Grieving in the LGBT Community? Not sure who to go to? Not even sure you belong to this community but are grieving the loss of a deep same-sex relationship?
Who do I share my grief with if I am a Lesbian widow or a Gay widower?
These questions are not the end, they are only the beginning.
Working with an experienced Grief Therapist can be helpful as you work through your losses.
Come and together we can explore your journey and find your strengths to add to your healing.