Loss can be loss of hope for the future as well as loss in the past. Loss may also include loss of a way of life, person, of a relationship, loss of a partner, of a home, a job, or loss through illness. Loss of hope, of identity, of an expectation or loss of a dream can also be significant.
Grief is an emotion that is purely individual. Feelings of despair or sadness brought on by a sudden death, or by a death after prolonged illness, are similar, but different. For the most part, grief is a reaction to experiencing loss. In our society, the death of a friend or family member is associated with varying degrees of grief. We will discuss the Stages of Grief, and the ability to mourn, and we welcome your comments and experiences. It is often through sharing that we find the most peace in our grief.
During the counselling process, trained and qualified counsellors will assist you in the following areas of the grief process:
We will help you to:
Everyone experiences loss and grief at some time. The more significant the loss, the more intense the grief is likely to be. Let us journey with you as you face your challenging time of grief and loss.
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