There are many faces of loss.
Relationship losses - including the death of a loved one, separation, divorce, death of a pet or ending of a close friendship. They may be traumatic, such as a sudden or violent death. Or they may occur slowly over time, such as the losses associated with the illness of a loved one.
Personal Losses – such as the loss of a dream, job, home, or one’s health.
Unacknowledged Losses - sometimes our losses are public and we have the support of family and friends. But at other times, they may be private, such as a miscarriage, abortion or infertility.
Grief / Bereavement Counselling can help you…
- Identify and acknowledge your own experience of loss
- Move through the many difficult feelings associated with loss, such as sadness, anger, numbness, hopelessness, guilt and loneliness
- Find ways to remember and honour a loved one who has died
- Make sense of your loss and accept the new direction it has shaped for your life
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