The theory behind grief therapy is to identify what stage you’re in the grieving process and determine what steps to take from there. The seven stages of grief are denial, anger, guilt, bargaining, depression, acceptance and closure. Establishing what stage you are in can help determine where to focus your attention and heal.
Suffering a loss can make you feel that your whole world has collapsed, yet even in the deepest despair, there’s always hope. People who are grieving might appear to be strong in front of their family, friends and peers. This is a common trait among most of us, however not dealing with the feelings of loss when they come up may prolong the grieving process.
I offer private coaching and group counseling. The coaching methods I use are via phone, skype, or in person.