Cheryl Laurenza, LCMHC, LPC, NCC
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor
155 Main St, Salem, New Hampshire 03079
You can successfully work through grief and losses in life, not just death of a loved one, but job, health, pets, and relationships that have ended. I can help you face, feel and find freedom as you walk through and experience the pain, receive comfort, and start living again. Grief is a normal part of life and requires us to accept the loss, and then allow ourselves to be human. Let's start the road together.
Carl Hindy, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychologist, NH Licensed Psychologist
120 Main Street, Nashua, New Hampshire 03060
Life invariably involves grief and loss. Over the years I've met some wonderful elderly folks who in their marriages were so close and shared so much. Some were the folks who "did everything together" for decades. Now one of them dies and the surviving spouse simply cannot imagine going on without the other. Should we have advised them years ago, "Don't be close; it'll just hurt more later." Of course not! But love and loss are inextricably bound. It is a special privilege, as a psychologist and counselor, to be able to join with clients at these hardest times in their lives ... Times when we are most hurt and vulnerable, but most human, most genuine, and facing what really matters ..
Annemarie Santangelo, LADC-I, CADAC-II, M.Ed., CCDVC
Psychotherapist, Addictions Specialist
Most of us will experience grief and loss at some point during our life. Whether it is the loss of a friend, family member, pet, job, limb or marrage. We may experience feelings of being robbed., deep sadness, lonliness, anger, fear and anxiety. Grief can be experienced mentally, as an inability to think clear. emotionally, as in feelilng numb. physically, perhaps exhausted and/or weak, and spirituality, feeling there is now a hole in my soul. We help the healing process with gentle, yet powerful and compassionate counseling, We provide the support , education, and compassion needed to help the healing process.
Dahlia Rizk, MA, LCMHC
Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor
80 Nashua Rd Suite B2 , Londonderry, New Hampshire 03053
You may be feeling like you have been sad too long or that people expect you to move on with your life. The sadness that goes with grief and loss is hard to bear and there is no timeline to when you should start feeling better. Sometimes its hard to seek support from those around you because you don't want to burden them or because you feel that they don't understand. I understand that grief takes its time and can help and support you as you try to make sense both of what happened and what is left.
Aspen Ference, LMHC
1 bolton rd, Harvard, Massachusetts 01451
Losing a loved one not only creates emotional pain, but can affect your work, friendships, family life, dreams, and even self-image. Counseling can help create a new life that includes the memories of your loved one, and repair the hurt inside and damaged relationships. The benefits of therapy for grief and loss include living life with positive memories of your loved one and creating a new relationship with the spirit they left behind. Imagine getting back to activities you enjoy, being able to love fully in relationships, being inspired again, and still feeling connected to your loved one. I've lived first hand through grief and loss, and would be honored to guide you through the journey.
Aletheia Counseling, MA, MDiv, LMFT
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
0 Governors Ave, Unit B-5, Medford, Massachusetts 02155
The feelings of loosing someone important can be difficult to manage. It can be helpful to have someone who understands the process of grieving to support you and to help you grieve. Aletheia looks forward to providing you a safe place where you can process through your thoughts and feelings so that you will find healing from the pains that you are experiencing.
Jacky van Leeuwen, M.Ed., LMHC
Phone Counselor with Email and IM options
Jacky@JackyTherapy.com, Boston Area, Massachusetts 02472
Grief and loss are part of Life, as we all know. Whether loss from a traumatic event, of a significant other or family member, or from childhood losses of vital care-taking and attachment, how we integrate loss into our everyday reality and sense of self, can be life-changing. The supports needed, the healing process, and the particular meaning and direction chosen to shape our lives - these are all topics for therapy after loss. significant loss
Dena Ray, Ph.D.
65 Rice Road, Wayland, Massachusetts 01778
I have worked for over 25 years with clients who are trying to cope with such issues as chronic illness, loss and bereavement of loved ones, aging and geriatric issues, and even losing a pet. There truly are more effective ways to manage the enormous range of feelings that arise in response to these painful events and I work very hard to help my clients master and endure during such challenges.
Elizabeth Tener, MSW, LICSW, Institute-certified
Psychotherapist and Pastoral Counselor
27 Congress Street, Suite 205-7, Salem, Massachusetts 01970
When you have suffered a significant loss, it can be difficult to talk with the people who love you most because it can increase the distress of everyone involved. But talking is a way humans find positive meaning in even the most catastrophic events. A grief therapist can be a caring witness to all the complicated thoughts and feelings you have after a loss. Talking your way through the stages of grief with a therapist helps you move through the grief instead of suppressing it, release all the pain, and gradually to heal.
Naomi Korn, LicSW, BCD
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
1330 Beacon St #340, Brookline, Massachusetts 02446
We begin where you are in your stage of grief and loss, be it recent or a long ago loss that still hurts. I have learned that the most important thing is to listen to you, to be present and honor your unique loss. Grief is a natural process that takes time. Getting through the stages does not mean you forget but you can come to a point where you can be present and ready to face the future. With time you can explore reframe your feelings about the former relationship, keep what fits and let go of what doesn't fit. Complex grief takes a more exquisite focus on a deeper level to desensitize and reframe what happened so you can shift perspective and go on with life.