If you are grieving the death of a loved one, you might feel like you're walking around in a fog. You might feel disoriented, confused, numb, or not sure where to go from here.
In our culture, we don't talk about grief very much, but what you are experiencing is normal.
Grief Challenges That Therapy Can Address
When you’re grieving, you might feel:
Like it's hard to concentrate on anything
Worried about your future
Sad and lonely
Angry about what happened
Regret or guilt about what you did or didn't say
A mixed bag of confusing emotions
As a part of my clinical training, I worked as a Bereavement Counselor at a hospice. I saw how disorienting grief can be, and how talking with someone who understands grief can be comforting and calming. Consider therapy a safe haven where you are invited to talk about your grief.
Helping You Grieve Well
Seeking out therapy around grief and loss can help you:
Learn to live with your loss
Feel less alone in your sadness
Find ways to honor the memory of your loved one
Walk at your own pace through your grief
Grief can be overwhelming, but there is support available for you.
Reach Out For Your Free Consultation If you’re ready to get support with your grief, you can schedule your free 15-minute phone consultation here.
Elaine Gee-Wong, M.A., Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist #88015 1588 Homestead Road, Mailbox #4/Suite F Santa Clara, CA 95050 (408) 442-0112 email@example.com
Any information or advice on this website is for informational purposes only, and should not take the place of information or care provided to you by your physicians, medical, or mental health care professionals.