Grief Counseling

The loss of someone you love is overwhelming.

Your best memories have become weapons against you. Grieving the loss of your loved one has left you depressed. Everything is at a standstill, and you’re not motivated to move forward. You don’t feel like doing the things you once enjoyed.

Maybe you cry frequently, especially when you don’t want to. You keep replaying scenes in your head of those conversations the two of you had – making you wish you’d said more or something different.

Even though you feel lonely, it is tempting to isolate yourself because you miss your loved one who has passed away.

Other forms of loss can also cause grief.

Perhaps you recently lost your job and are unclear about your future safety and security.

Maybe you’re experiencing a broken relationship, the loss of a pet, or you’ve had an injury or a recent medical diagnosis.

The pain and upheaval caused by such loss have put you in a spot, disrupting your emotional, spiritual, and physical well-being.

Loss is a highly personal issue.

We usually think of death when we think of grief. But grief comes when you’ve lost someone or something important to you. It can stem from trauma and be a part of PTSD.

Many aspects of grief mimic full-on depression, which can become a depressive episode if unresolved.

And sometimes, those around you don’t understand.

There’s no handbook on how to grieve.

Our society doesn’t “do” grief well. Some bottle it up, others feel paralyzed – either way, it’s hard to function while suffering daily.

Unfortunately, grief has no specific time for recovery. Each of us grieves differently and expresses that grief in many ways.

The good news is that acknowledging that loss to someone who can help you cope with your grief leads to healing.

There is a pathway for healing your wounds.

A guided and systematic way to move forward is to discuss how you feel with a professional. My role is to offer you a place to have that discussion.

While using the Grief Recovery Method, we will engage in an action-based, powerful, research-supported approach to healing from deep heartbreak.

Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) and Accelerated Resolution Therapy (ART) are two additional evidence-based therapeutic modalities that have demonstrated remarkable success for people who have experienced grief, loss, and trauma.

You aren’t alone! Grieving can feel scary. Together, we’ll establish the best way for you to move in a better direction.

Call (512) 766-5695 today and schedule your free consultation. Let’s begin the conversation to learn about your loss so you can receive the help you need to heal.