Coping with the loss of a loved one is generally an overwhelming experience filled with an array of intense emotions. There is not one way to grieve and there is no timeline. The grieving process is influenced by variables such as the type of loss, your personality, belief system, finances, and social support network. It may be time to seek professional help, if you are struggling to keep up your normal routine, you feel quite depressed or guilty, or that life is not worth living anymore. Other life changes, such as a job loss, relocation, ending of a relationship, or a change in your health can also lead to grief. Regardless of the type of loss, a counselor can help you through this challenging period in your life by providing support, teaching tools, and encouraging self-care so your steps to healing can begin.
We are committed to creating an individualized treatment plan to get the results and symptom relief you need.
We strive for comprehensive care, so when indicated, referrals are made for adjunctive services to complete your care such as to our in-house dietician, or nearby psychiatrist or naturopathic physician.
We embrace the opportunity to participate in your journey to greater happiness and emotional wellness.