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
Learn more about our upcoming Grief Groups for children and adults in St. Albert, AB.
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