Loss has a way of isolating a person from others. You may feel pressure to be doing better than you are, or to be further along an arbitrary timeline. Well-intentioned comments that don’t meet you where you are can leave you feeling even more alone.
A common misconception is thinking that to move forward we just have to jump back into normal life. But the fear of getting stuck in grief can keep us from allowing ourselves to sit with it. Allowing keeps us open to the resources we need to learn to cope with and manage our pain. It can feel messy at times, but when we learn to be ok with the mess, the pressure to be at a certain point in our journey will lessen.
Grief, worry and sadness are a part of life. So are happiness, peace and gratitude. Wherever you are, moment to moment, during our sessions you'll have the space to be with your feelings. We’ll explore coping strategies and self-care in a way that works for you.