Bereavement

Bereavement is one of the most common reasons people seek therapy. Bereavement or grief session can provide help through the painful process of coping with loss. An experienced therapist can support you through the difficult process of grieving and help you come to terms with loss.

For many of us, bereavement will be the most psychologically distressing experience we will face.
The support of a bereavement session can help you cope with the complex and difficult feelings brought on by the loss of someone you love .

Some of the most common feelings experienced while grieving include:

Bereavement is one of the most common reasons people seek therapy. Bereavement or grief session can provide help through the painful process of coping with loss. An experienced therapist can support you through the difficult process of grieving and help you come to terms with loss.

THE MOST COMMON FEELINGS EXPERIENCED

Shock and Disbelief

It can take some time for the reality of the death to sink in. You don’t want to believe that someone you love has died. The reality can feel almost too much to bear.

Loss

You’ve lost so much – the person, their love, their friendship, their companionship, intimacy, opportunities and hopes. And this loss may bring tremendous feelings of sadness.

Guilt and Regret

You may feel guilty about things you said or did, or things you didn’t say or do.

Injustice

Death can seem very unfair. Many people find it difficult to make sense of personal loss.

Anger

Sometimes bereaved people can feel angry. This anger is a completely normal part of the grieving process. Death can seem cruel and unfair, especially when you feel someone has died before their time or when you had plans for the future together. You might feel angry with yourself too, for what you did or did not do.

Loneliness

Grieving can be a lonely process. You may feel that no one can possibly understand what you are going through.

My Support Methods

Hypnotherapy - Psychotherapy - CBTV - HBMD.