Are you feeling overwhelmed? Do you have confused feelings for a lost one? Are you struggling to make sense of a relationship that is now gone?
Coping with grief and loss can feel one of the hardest of life’s experiences. It’s not just the heartbreak of bereavement. It’s not just the missing them. It’s not just the loneliness. It’s all that and can be so much more. You might be experiencing anger at them leaving you. Anger at what they left behind.
Perhaps you’re churning over what you said and didn’t get to say. Grief and loss can take us to the darkest of places, where it feels the light will never penetrate again. Awash with conflicting feelings. Sadness, yes. Or maybe not. Unfairness perhaps.
How can counselling help?
Losing someone doesn’t simplify what you felt for them, good or bad. You’re left trying to make sense of that. And also with the hole that person has left in your life.
I work extensively with people who have experienced grief and loss. I’m passionate about providing a gentle, supportive, caring space to explore feelings at a time when you might be at your most vulnerable.
I offer counselling for bereavement and loss that gives you:
- a safe place to explore your feelings about your loss and perhaps say what couldn’t be said
- a companion for one of life’s hardest moments
- time and space to work through your grief to feel a deeper sense of clarity and peace about your loss