Do you find yourself trying to share your grief with others but regardless of their efforts the pain seems to persist or worsen? Grief can touch our lives through different types of loss. When you experience the deep and personal pain of loss you may feel alone and disconnected. You don’t have to figure out this process alone. You may have loss a close loved one, you may have loss a job, or even a personal relationship that you valued. Regardless of the type of loss, the pain you are experiencing is real and in some cases can interfere with normal daily living.
Let Intellection Counselors help you through your journey
What is Grief?
Grief is an intense and overwhelming feeling of deep sorrow often following a loss. This is a natural reaction we face after experiencing a loss. The loss you experience could be from the death of a loved one, a diagnosis of a terminal illness, or the end of a relationship or job. When we suffer from grief, there is no set timeline of mourning and it can vary depending on the individual.
- Irritability or anger
- Numbness or apathy
- Shock or disbelief
- Helplessness or hopelessness
- Guilt or shame, feeling you were responsible for the loss
- Sadness or depression
- Difficulty concentrating
- Low self-esteem
- Difficulty making decisions
- Sleep changes
- Appetite changes
- Excessive crying
Let us empower you so that your grief stops overpowering you.
At Intellection, our therapists will take the time you need to process your loss and teach you how to live despite your loss. We will educate and work with you to prepare for the stages of grief you will face, doing so in a safe and compassionate environment.