Grief and bereavement counseling is aimed at helping people cope with mourning after major life changes caused by such as loss of a loved one due to death, divorce, or other serious events.
People have different ways of responding to and handling loss. Some are able to manage in their own way, with the help and support of family and friends. Others find the experience more troubling, or even overwhelming. Time heals, and the support from others can be valuable in working through the grieving process.
Many people find that a counselor can provide the steady compassionate assistance needed to manage normal feelings and results of grief. Grief counseling is often helpful in getting through the period following loss, whether simply to ease transition or to provide guidance with more complex matters.
For help with grief, bereavement and other loss-related matters, call 610-220-4202 or make contact. The assistance of a Certified Thanatologist (the study of death, dying, and bereavement) can make the difference for you or someone you wish to help.