Therapy and counseling for grief and loss in 02493.

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Abigail Blackburn, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

233 Needham Street Third Floor, Newton, Massachusetts 02464

The overwhelming sadness of loss comes in all shapes and sizes, whether you've ended a job or a relationship, left your childhood home or graduated college, experienced the death of family members or a yearned for opportunity. My treatment approach to grief helps clients process the shock, come to terms with the pain, work through residual anger or anxiety, accept the new reality and adjust to a new status, and transform loneliness or regret. If you have experienced an unanticipated traumatic loss of a loved one, and it's bringing up emotions and memories that are difficult to be with, I can provide the therapeutic process that can help you find the peace you seek inside yourself.

Josephine Banigo, PMHNP-BC, ACNP-BC

Nurse Practitioner, Psychiatry

209 West Central Street, Suite 306, Natick, Massachusetts 01760

A loss is guaranteed in each person's life, hence, every individual will succumb to grief at some point of their life. Each individual grieve in their own way. Based on my clinical and personal experience, the depth of the grieving often center around the emotional attachment to the item or individual lost. Grief should not be timed, however, each year the pain of the loss lessons but never completely dissipate. At Victoria Counseling, you will receive grief therapy that is individualized to you taking into account your values and belief system.

Elizabeth Spencer, MSW, LICSW

Psychotherapist, Clinical Social Worker

2 Summer St., Suite 27, Natick, Massachusetts 01760

Grief and loss can be about death of a loved one. Grieving offers us a challenge and an opportunity. It is a process of letting go of who and what was lost as we integrate that person and our memories into our present lives. Grief can also be about letting go and changing patterns that no longer serve us. Therapy offers a place to learn new and more healthy strategies to care for ourselves and engage in relationships.

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

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.

Marjorie Siegel, LICSW

Clinical Social Worker

1180 Beacon Street, Suite 4B, Brookline, Massachusetts 02446

Grief is a natural and normal response to loss. There is always unfinished business when something ends. Sometimes the support you receive from family and friends is not enough. People who are close to you may have a need for you to appear to feel better sooner than you actually do. Clients I work with have felt it becomes less difficult to cope when they have time to talk about their loss with me. Identifying and expressing uncomfortable feelings like anger, anxiety and guilt is difficult to do alone. I work with people to develop effective and new methods of coping. Over time, I help my clients accept that their loss is a part of their life, but no longer defines them.

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