Grief & Bereavement Counseling

The subjects of grief and bereavement carry significant weight. Bereavement describes the journey of recovery following the demise of a loved one, while grief represents a response to any kind of loss. These experiences can encapsulate a broad spectrum of emotions, including fear, anger, and profound sorrow.

The adaptation process to a loss can vary immensely between individuals, contingent on their personal history, beliefs, and the nature of their relationship with the deceased, among other factors.

The manifestations of grief can span the physical, emotional, or social realms.

A few common symptoms in these categories are:


  • Crying and sighing
  • Headaches
  • Loss of appetite
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Weakness
  • Fatigue


  • Feelings of sadness and yearning
  • Feelings of worry or anger
  • Feelings of frustration or guilt


  • Feeling detached from others
  • Self-isolation from social contact
  • Behaving in ways that are not normal for you

Each experience of grief is unique. An individual might manage to maintain their daily routine after one loss yet is incapacitated and unable to rise from bed after losing another. Regardless of your personal symptoms, grief and bereavement counseling have demonstrated substantial efficacy in providing relief.

If you're contending with grief-related thoughts, behaviors, or emotions that are causing distress, I encourage you to reach out to me today for a complimentary consultation.