Grief & Loss Counseling and Bereavement Services in Jacksonville.

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Grief & Loss

Lori Osachy, MSS, LCSW


1545 Landon Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32207

Have you suffered a terrible loss and feel that most people do not want to hear about it? Have people told you that you should be "over" your loss because enough time has passed? Do you feel there is no one who truly understands your pain? Unfortunately, most people who are grieving feel terribly alone. I provide a safe place to talk about your loss and solutions about how to feel alive and joyful again.

Grief & Loss

Justin D'Arienzo, Psy.D., ABPP

Board Certified Clinical Psychologist

11512 Lake Mead Avenue #704, Jacksonville, FL 32256

As a Clinical Psychologist with expertise in assisting individuals and families experiencing the loss of a loved one, please allow me the opportunity to help cope during this difficult time. Additionally, as a former military psychologist, I'm expertly trained to ensure that your experience of grief is within a normal range and can also provide the help necessary if your grief becomes self destructive.

Grief & Loss

Richard Nay, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist

Within Driving Distance of Jacksonville, FL

Obviously, everyone deals with grief and loss in a different manner. The greatest gift we can give anyone going through the grieving process, is to offer them a safe atmosphere, nonjudgmental, in which they are able to tell their story. This process can involve talking, journaling, therapeutic letter writing, and an encouragement to openly express all feelings, no matter how difficult they may be.

Grief & Loss

Virginia Boney, Ph.D., LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist; Certified Gottman Couples Counselor

7545 Centurian Parkway, #105, Jacksonville, FL 32256

EMDR is an effective research-supported treatment approach to helping individuals work through painful emotions and experiences resulting from grief and loss. Loss does not always include death (i.e. loss of a relationship or the experience of divorce, loss of a job, or infertility). EMDR is also useful in working through losses that may have occurred many years ago that have never been mourned. Identifying and revising negative family rules regarding mourning may also be a focus of therapy.

Grief & Loss

Bruce Quinlan, D.Min, MA Professional Counseling

Dr. Bruce Quinlan

3000 Hartley Road Suite 3, Jacksonville, FL 32257

The kind of grief and loss therapy I do involves helping people to express their emotions, validate them, and derive some meaning from these experiences according to the Bible, particularly Romans 8:26-39. There are usually secondary losses as well as primary losses to deal with. The passing of a spouse for example may also involve a loss of income as well as companionship.

Grief & Loss

Melissa Lee-Tammeus, Ph.D., LMHC

Doctor of Human Services, Licensed Mental Health Counselor

8553 Suite 5B Argyle Business Loop, Jacksonville, FL 32244

Grief and loss is a process that has no right or wrong. It is different for everyone. As a big believer in Kubler-Ross's work with grief, I adhere to the ideal that any kind of loss is to be respected in whatever manner the person grieving finds helpful. We react in many ways to loss and having it normalized in a way that makes one feel accepted is important to the process. My own experience with grief and loss has prepared me as a therapist to be compassionate and open to the many different feelings that accompany loss. The right support, manageable coping skills, and normalizing the experience are keys to working through the loss.

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