Grief & Loss
Grief & Loss
Grieving is a process of learning how to live in a changed world. When someone we love has died, or a relationship has ended, we are faced with coping and managing painful feelings, and with the task of creating new systems of meaning that allow us to live with joy and purpose in spite of our losses.
Although there is no set timeframe for how long grief should last, it can become unhealthy when these feelings last for years. Losing a loved one, job, or marriage are a few of the situations that can prompt these feelings.
If not treated properly, grief can be detrimental to a person’s functioning and sometimes leave them debilitated.
We aim to help each individual attain complete self-understanding, develop skills for improving relationships, find new ways to cope with stress and anxiety, improve communication skills, break negative and self-destructive patterns, increase career satisfaction, and increase self-esteem and self-confidence.
Assisting you with anxiety, depression, trauma, relationship challenges, and more. Mental Health Support in BC & Ontario
Therapy for Grief & Loss
Common Grief Symptoms
How Counselling Can Help with Grief
Therapy can be a safe space for those who have lost loved ones, and working with an experienced therapist will help you find relief from your pain.
We offer various treatment options for grief and loss, customized according to each patient’s symptoms and circumstances. Our treatment methods include:
Get matched with a depression therapist that fits your needs.
Take the first step with counselling
With professional help, you can learn to move forward with your grief and begin to feel good again. As you work through your grief with one of our therapists, you will notice a decreased responses to traumatic triggers, feelings of compassion and forgiveness, greater capacity for emotional communication and improvements in social relationships.