GRIEVING PROCESS

GRIEVING PROCESS

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GRIEVING PROCESS HEALED WOUND IT IS NOT THE ONE THAT IS FORGOTTEN, IT IS THE ONE THAT CAN BE RECALL WITHOUT HURT ... "D.G

 

People come to me to engage in grief therapy because,

"despite the passage of time, the pain of having lost a loved one has not healed", and therefore they are seeking help.

The death of a loved one be they a partner, a child, a baby that was never born, father, mother, a brother, sister or a friend, can be such a stressful situation that it exceeds the bounds of what we can assimilate and endure,

thus DISRUPTING OUR ABILITY TO RESPOND, which gives rise to feelings of helplessness, emptiness, vulnerability, helplessness, fear, sadness, guilt, etc.  

Whether the cause of death was an accident, a suicide, a sudden death, or a long illness, these experiences leave marks on us regardless of the time that elapses. A bereaved person may begin to avoid talking about the topic, begin to "anesthetize" their emotions, and may feel overwhelmed and this causes them to run out of resources to function well on a day-to-day basis.

The death of the love one, can be so painful, so traumatic, so stressull that let us stock in the past with out  the RESOURCES we need to overcome the pain. WE MUST listen to our fear and our sadness. So just letting time pass without being able to process the event can accentuate the unresolved problem.  Also Grief can be cumulative with emotions building and layering with each successive loss.

 

There are people who think that they have completed the grieving process and are surprised to find that they still feel a lot of sadness.

The Trauma and Grief Therapy I offer can make a difference in your grieving process, as it is designed to reprogram the way your brain responds to loss, helping you process sadness and fear and giving peace to memories that previously only caused pain.

Additionally, your perspective changes so that you experience a reduction in sadness and an increased sense of calm, which can enable you to feel closer to your loved one.  Obviously you will continue miss your love one, but you can be more at peace.

IT IS VERY REWARDING for the patient to experience beneficial changes during the therapeutic grieving process.  

The Grief therapy I provide commences with a free consultation via Skype that lasts 20-30 minutes to see if this type of therapy is suitable for you.

If it is agreed that it is, two 90-minute sessions are scheduled on two consecutive days and, if necessary, a third appointment on the third day is made. 

Book a session  Thank you for letting me be part of the solution

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