Grief/Loss Counseling

Grief and Loss Counseling is designed to support clients navigate the complicated bereavement process. The pain, uncertainty, and mourning that can accompany the death of family, friends, pets, or a mental/physical ability can be debilitating. The questions below describe challenges where grief/loss counseling would be helpful:


  • How much crying is too much? How much crying is too little?
  • When I laugh or temporarily forget about the loss, I feel so guilty. What should I do about this?
  • I regret not spending more time or caring more for my loved one. How do I cope with this regret?
  • I am mad at God. How could he let this happen? It makes me doubt my religious beliefs.
  • This loss blindsighted me. Not only did I lose a loved one but I had no preparation. How am I suppose to cope with both the loss and these hurtful circumstances?
  • It has been months and I am still so sad. When can I expect to feel better?
  • People ask if there is anything they can do for me. What am I supposed to say to them?
  • This loss has made me feel so alone. If I talk to others this will just bring them down, right?
  • I am constantly scared that I will lose other loved ones. Does this fear ever go away?
  • When will I be ready to go back to work?
  • How am I supposed to go back to daily responsibilities knowing that my loved one is gone?
  • How should I go about commemorating and celebrating my loved one’s life? Will this help me heal?


Grief and Loss Counseling can help you work through pain and mourning and move towards healing and peace. It can also ensure that unhealthy coping mechanisms are avoided. Contact us to start Grief/Loss Counseling designed to help you find what bereavement process is right for you.