Grief and Loss

Everyone experiences grief and loss in their lifetime, but many of us are ill-equipped to manage the profound sense of loss after the death of someone close. Grief therapy can help.

Grief is an expected and natural response to a personal loss that can feel lonely, overwhelming, and confusing. Loss is often categorized as the death of a family member or friend. While this is one of the more common life experiences that can elicit a grief response, we also recognize grief can be a response to many life events – divorce, job loss, relocation, the death of a pet, miscarriage or perinatal loss, or a medical diagnosis.

No one should grieve alone, but because the American culture tends to encourage people to “get over it”, many people do feel alone in their grief. Why not get support in your grief journey?