Grieving is one of the most common human experiences, yet many people feel very alone in the face of a great loss.
In our culture, we do not pay close enough attention to the emotional, spiritual, or psychological pain associated with the death of a loved one. Grief counseling can help.
Consider grief counseling if someone you care about has died and you:
- feel overwhelmed by your feelings (feelings may include not just sadness, but also anger, regret, remorse, guilt, or shame)
- feel alone with your grief
- are having difficulty coping with daily life since your loss
- are questioning the meaning of life, your values, or your faith
- want to make sure you are “on the right track” in your grieving process
- could use some support as you make sense of your loss
- are feeling unsure about where to turn next
- are having difficulty concentrating, eating, sleeping, or maintaining relationships since the death of your loved one
You may have many questions about the grieving process, especially if you have recently experienced your first significant loss. Please have a look at the Frequently Asked Questions, and let me know if I can answer any other questions you have. I am here to support you in your grieving process.
I offer a free, 15-minute phone consultation. Please see the Services/Fees page for more information.