Major losses also impact couples and families. Recovering from significant loss, when possible and appropriate, is often more effective for the family unit than seeking individual healing. This is especially true when the loss experienced is related to a divorce or death of a close family member. Often the loss means something different for each member of the family, or both persons of a couple. When loss is simply not addressed, everyone suffers. When healing from loss is sought individually, the result can be alienating at a time when mutual support is most important.
We won’t just talk about loss and grief - I will help you through an active healing process.
Healing from loss is not an easy path - but with the right tools and direction - you can recover.