These are just some of the key symptoms of prolonged grief, and we’re here to help you grief properly.
Our Licensed and Certified Clinical Psychologist specializes in providing compassionate and evidence-based Grief Counseling services for individuals and families who have experienced the loss of a loved one.
We offer (To different individual needs):
Cost of service:
Our fees are determined by an assessment of your needs and the number of sessions required.
Confidentiality & Privacy:
We take your confidentiality and privacy seriously. All client information is kept confidential, and we follow ethical standards and legal requirements for protecting clients’ privacy.
We also provide support groups and workshops to help you connect with others who are going through similar experiences.
Our Grief Counselor has years of experience and is dedicated to helping you navigate through the grieving process with compassion and empathy.
Take the first step towards healing by scheduling an appointment with our Licensed and Certified Grief Counselor.
To schedule an appointment, please check out our contact menu/link for our contact details.
For treatment modalities, session approach, Credentials, visit our FAQ section.
Grief is a complex emotional and natural response to a significant loss, such as the death of a loved one, divorce, or major life change. It can involve a range of feelings and experiences, including sadness, anger, guilt, and confusion.
Grief can be caused by a variety of factors, including death of a loved one, divorce, illness, and major life changes or transitions.
Yes, It is normal to grief. However, a prolong grief is not normal.
The effects of grief can be both emotional and physical, including feelings of sadness, anger, guilt, and confusion, as well as physical symptoms such as fatigue, insomnia, and changes in appetite. Grief can also impact a person’s social relationships, work performance, and overall quality of life.
Grief management is a type of counseling that helps individuals cope with the emotional, physical, and social effects of grief. This may include techniques such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, and support groups, aimed at helping individuals process their feelings, adjust to life changes, and find a sense of peace and acceptance.
It is important to seek professional help if you are struggling with grief. Grief management involves seeking support from a licensed and certified clinical psychologist to help individuals deal with the emotional, psychological, and physical effects of loss. Treatment may involve individual or group therapy, support groups, and other evidence-based approaches to help individuals cope and heal.
Grief management can help individuals process their emotions, cope with loss, and adjust to life changes. It can also improve mental health, relationships, and overall quality of life.
Our treatment modalities may include cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness-based therapy, medication, and support groups.
The duration of grief management depends on individual circumstances and the severity of the grief. It may take a few weeks to several months to complete a grief management program, with ongoing support as needed.
Our treatment approaches include Individual Therapy, Group Therapy, Support Group.
May vary depending on the individual’s unique needs and circumstances. Typically, it involves an initial assessment session, followed by several treatment sessions ranging from a few weeks to several months.
The number of sessions needed for grief management varies depending on individual needs, but your therapist will work with you to develop a treatment plan and regularly reassess progress to determine the appropriate duration of therapy.
Yes, our prices are negotiable.