Remember, there is help, and you do not have to grieve alone.
How we grieve is determined by many factors. There is no right or wrong way to grieve.
The pain and suffering we experience can be overwhelming.
Suffering a loss and recovering from grief are some of the hardest things we may do in life. There are several types of grief that might require some professional intervention, such as complicated grief, traumatic grief, or prolonged grief.
These types of grief are associated with deaths that are sudden, violent, or traumatic events where multiple deaths occur.
Therapy can be helpful in moving us forward in all types of grief.
You might need to see a therapist if you have:
If you feel that you have experienced a large number of the above signs, you may want to seek out one of our therapists. Remember, there is help, and you do not have to grieve alone.