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Grief Counseling And Grief Therapy

by | Oct 5, 2020 | Grief Counseling

Grief Counseling And Grief TherapyGrief is a natural response to the death of a loved one and a necessary process for recovering from that loss.  The grieving process helps us to accept the loss and integrate it into a revised way of understanding and relating to our world. However, sometimes the grieving process is not smooth.  We encounter various emotional obstacles that interfere with that grieving process and we get stuck, unable to move forward.

  • Provide you with knowledge pertaining to the grieving process in order to provide a context for your personal grief experiences.
  • Enhance your insight into barriers to their personal grief recovery process.
  • Give your therapeutic tools for coping with loss and to continue moving forward in the grieving process.
  • If your grieving interferes with your relationships or daily responsibilities.
  • If you feel stuck and unable to move forward in the grieving process.
  • If you have been avoiding dealing with the loss.
  • If you are using unhealthy methods to cope with your grief (e.g., substance abuse, isolation, and withdrawal, self-injury, etc.).
  • If you have limited social support for assistance during the grieving process.
  • If you have been in the grieving process for more than three months and have made little progress or have experienced negative consequences as a result.

At Perspectives, we believe that you need not walk alone.  This is especially true during the grieving process.  We are here to help and support you during this difficult time.

Our self-pay rates will soon be updated. Please contact our staff for more information.

**Announcement**
On April 23rd, our current electronic health system will transition to a new and advanced system to better serve you: Athena. Prior to the transition date, you will be sent a registration link to create a new patient account in Athena. If you have any immediate questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact your therapist, or call our office to speak to a staff member. 

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