Walking through grief toward a place of wellbeing
Grief can come in a variety of forms and from an array of experiences. Working with a therapist to process the complex mental, emotional, and physical symptoms of grief can assist in the healing process.
As clients navigate the effects of grief, they will work collaboratively with a therapist to determine the what seems to provide the most relief. It may be incorporating mindfulness, self-care, or some cognitive behavioral therapy to address negative thoughts, guilt, or resentments.
Individuals process grief uniquely. Sleep and eating patterns may change, relationships may seem more conflicted. It may be difficult to engage in favorite activities. Therapy is a great place to explore how grief is impacting one's life and either sit with a trusted counselor or chart a course for healing.