Bereavement Counselling - Coping with the stages of grief
Experiencing a bereavement and coping with the grief that follows the death of a loved one is among the most painful life events most of us will face. Bereavement counselling provides a safe space to talk about the loss, and explore ways to manage our feelings.
It is normal to feel a range of emotions including sadness, anger, numbness and denial. It is also usual to experience grief some time after your bereavement. Grief can occur after other forms of 'loss' such as the ending of a relationship or a child leaving home and this can also bring up deep emotions. Mourning is a healthy and necessary process when an ending is painful, but sometimes we need support in the process.
To find a therapist who offers bereavement counselling and can help you work through your stages of grief take a look at counsellors and psychotherapists in North London who work from the Barnsbury Therapy Rooms.