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Helping You Deal with Grief and Loss
Are you grieving over the death of a child, partner, spouse, parent or grandparent? Are you going through a painful loss such as a divorce or end of a relationship? Grief counseling may help you.
We all experience, expresses and deal with loss in different ways. If your grief is making it hard to function, grief counseling may help.
Maplewood Counseling therapists provide individual grief counseling in a compassionate and warm environment. They help men and women with the different emotional reactions to grief and trauma such as shock, anger and deep sadness.
Grief and Loss
Are you going through any of the following?
- You are extremely sad about a break up, separation, divorce or end of your relationship.
- You are devastated by the death of a child, partner, spouse or parent.
- You lost your job, home or have been struggling with overwhelming stress over finances and how economic hardship has completely changed your (and your family’s) lifestyle.
- Traumatic grief and loss are making it very difficult to get through the day.
- Your grief and loss issues are affecting your relationship, family and/or work.
- You or a family member is dealing with a cancer diagnosis and chemotherapy (or other serious or terminal illness) and you feel sad, alone and isolated.
- You are dealing with aging parents with ongoing health issues affecting you and your family.
If you are dealing with any of the above situations, grief counseling may help you.
Help Coping with Grief and Loss
Grieving is a very personal and individual process. How you deal with your loss may differ from how someone else processes grief. Most people go through various stages. According to the Kübler-Ross model, the stages are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. However, it is important that you process your grief at your own pace and in your own way.
When you need support, advice and guidance to handle incapacitating loss, well meaning family and friends can provide support. However, they are sometimes not able to understand, nor do they have the training and experience to help you process your grief. Your friends and family also might not be able to handle seeing you in pain and it just might be too much for them. In other cases, they might think you should just “get over it” and not have the compassion or empathy to really support you.
How Grief Counseling Can Help You
Maplewood Counseling therapists are caring, compassionate and sensitive to the needs of each person as they process their grief. Let us know if you need help and support getting through a painful time in your life. We encourage you to call us for a free phone consultation.
We are here to help you.