YOU CAN FIND A WAY FORWARD

Grief Counseling

Losing a loved one is never easy. The pain never goes away; you just learn how to put one foot in front of the other eventually. I can help.

FIND A WAY FORWARD

Grief Counseling

Losing a loved one is never easy. The pain never goes away; you just learn how to put one foot in front of the other eventually. I can help.

One moment in time can change a person’s life forever.

Sadness, confusion, guilt, anger, empty, lonely, are just a few of the emotions one will experience when grieving. Living a life of “what ifs” and whys are common.
“Counseling cannot help me as it cannot bring my loved one back, heal my broken relationship, or transport me back in time to prevent the disaster from happening.”

If this statement sounds familiar, then you are in the right place. Ed Sheeran has a song called Visiting Hours. I reference this song often because one of the hardest parts of losing a loved one is trying to imagine a life where you can no longer see or talk to your loved one. The most dominant line is “I wish that Heaven had visiting hours, so I can just swing by and ask your advice.”

I can help guide you to a place where the pain becomes a little more bearable.

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Grief doesn’t always have to be from a death of a loved one.

Grief happens when someone or something leaves our life permanently. Grief can also happen from a break-up in a relationship whether friendship or romantic, a divorce, loss of a pet, loss of a job, loss of a home, essentially a loss of anything that is of value to you.
Grief has no timeline. One thing you will never hear me say is, “Everything happens for a reason.”

I also will educate my clients on the different stages of grief and how they intertwine with each other.

I openly discuss the different emotions one experiences and normalize the grieving process for all that I work with.

I can never take the pain away from anyone that I work with, but I can help ensure you no longer feel alone during your time of hurt and pain.

“Grief is like the ocean; it comes on waves ebbing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm, and sometimes it is overwhelming. All we can do is learn to swim.” – Vicki Harrison

LET’S TALK

I can help.

You will be able to see beyond the moment that your life changed forever and be able to find peace.