Abby Rozen, MSW, RSW

Psychotherapist

Location: 546 Strathmore Blvd, Toronto M4C 1P1
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The pain of loss is often unbearable. Many people fear feeling their grief because they think that they will never recover from the pain. Together we will slowly explore these emotions, allowing you feel them in a safe and non-judgemental way, which will ultimately lead to healing and personal growth. This process looks different for everybody, but the end result will open you up to living authentically and joyfully.

Sandra Lewis, MA, Registered Psychotherapist with Gov. of Ont.; EFT-Adv., SFBT,

Psychotherapist, coach

Location: 126 Seaton Street, Toronto M5A 2T3
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In addition to my regular practice, I work as the Bereavement Coordinator at Better Living Health and Community Servies, organizing all bereavement and grief support, training volunteers and running grief groups. Grief / loss is one of my areas of specialty. If you are grieving, you should know that everyone grieves at their own pace and in their own way, there is no rule about that (in spite of what people might tell you). Something else you should know: you may feel a variety of aches and pains that appear around the time of the loss. This could be somatic pain, which is more related to your grief than to any physical problem.

Sara Kamin, BSc (Hons.), MSc, DipTIRP, OSP, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

Location: 99 Crown's Lane, 3rd Floor, Toronto M5R 3P4
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Losing a loved one can bring up a breadth of feelings that can often seem overwhelmingly difficult to manage. In addition to offering support and empathy, I will explore with you the experience of your loss. Together, we will bring to light the meaning of that loss, both in terms of your connection with your loved one, as well as its overall significance in your life and other relationships.

Demian Brown, MSW, RSW

Registered Clinical Social Worker in Private Practice

Location: 2 Bloor St. W. suite 700, Toronto M4W 3E2
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Perhaps the most potent of psychological agonies results from losing a major attachment figure. Often grief and major depression are indistinguishable from each other and a significant loss can create depression compounding the grief making it even more unbearable. I offer compassion and support while I help you to adjust to your new circumstances.

Paul Parnass, M.S.W. R.S.W.

Registered Social Worker

Location: Yonge and Eglinton, Toronto M4P 1G4
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Life is fragile. At any moment our life can be turned upside down by the loss of a loved one. If you are suffering from a loss, I will support you and offer you a safe place in which to express your grief. My approach is based on an understanding of the dynamics of loss, combined with my own experience in handling loss in my life. Loss can take other forms as well...such as the loss of a job, the loss of a relationship, or the loss of health. Together we will discuss your pain and come to understand the impact your loss has had on you. We will then develop new ways to manage your loss so that you can move forward again.

Anna Marson, M.A., RP, CCC, Heartfulness Psychotherapy

Psychotherapist

Location of Therapist: North York, ON
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My gentle, compassionate approach centres on offering practical and spiritual support to clients going through a grieving process, depending on the client’s particular needs and preferences. I find it is helpful and empowering for clients to understand the origins of the grief response so they’re better able to recognize and normalize it and support themselves as it arises, thus facilitating the healing process. In grief counselling, I draw from Nancy Reeves’ Energy Model as well as literature by Elisabeth Kübler-Ross.

Christina Becker, MBA, Dip. Analy. Psych. (Zurich)

Jungian Analyst, Clinical Member, OSP

Location: 437 Roncesvalles Avenue, Toronto M6R 3B9
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There is nothing so powerful as the death of someone or something close to us. Death seems to open up a sacred place where we ponder questions of meaning, and the mystery and the worth of life. Jung says "When death confronts us, life always seems like a downward flow or like a clock that has been wound up and whose eventual " Grief and loss are unfortunately a natural part of life and the failure to acknowledge this inevitability can turn into a fear of life - neurotic resistances, depressions and other psychological distresses. My approach creates a safe space to allow the natural process of grief to restore you back to life.

Robert T. Muller, Ph.D., C.Psych.

Clinical Psychologist

Location: 114 Maitland Street, Toronto M4Y 1E1
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Individuals often come to see me for therapy in my practice in the downtown area of Toronto in order to help them cope with grief, bereavement, and difficulty adjusting to painful loss. For some clients this includes the loss of a close family member, for others this includes the loss of an intimate relationship. In either case, the opportunity to discuss such losses and to understand their impact is an important part of the psychotherapy process.

Marilyn Miller, Ph.D., C.Psych

Registered Psychologist

Location Near Therapist: Toronto, ON
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We are seldom prepared for grief and loss. Yet through it, we often discover new strength and resilience. This is not what we feel at first . Sadness, self doubt, and feeling overwhelmed by the simplest task may cloud your days. Finding ways to make sense of the loss and changes in your life can open new meaning and purpose going forward. You do not have to do this alone. Grief counseling can help you along the way.

Jothi Ramesh, M.S.W (equiv), R.S.W

Registered Social Worker

Location: 43 Moreau Trail, Scarborough
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Grief and loss affects different people in different ways. In my practice, I do use the stages of grief as a framework, but value the individual differences in grief and loss presentations. Counselling can help people process their loss and gain closure about it. I facilitate the process of being with the feelings of loss and using cultural ways to deal with the loss.


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Grief Counselling Toronto.

The death of a loved one is arguably the most traumatic experience any of us can face. The goals of Toronto grief counselling are recovery and acceptance. Toronto, ON trauma counselling seeks to help an individual process, debrief, and cope with an extreme stress. Recovery from loss through grief counselling Toronto, ON does not mean that all of the pain, memories or significance of a loved one are resolved, but that one is able to accept what has happened, and that those experiences and memories are an important part of life, but not all consuming. When you see a Toronto trauma therapist or Toronto grief counselor, you will find a listening ear. There are several stages of grieving, and compassionate therapy in Toronto can be a strong shoulder that will facilitate healing. Toronto grief therapy and counselling in Ontario can help one move through the shock, trauma, and acute suffering, so that you are not destroyed by what has happened. Most likely, there are still loved ones in your life who need you, and if you are grieving, you may utterly lack any emotional energy at all to deal with them. Toronto grief counselling can help stabilize you.

If you have experienced the pain and trauma of loss, grief counselling Toronto with a licensed therapist can help you move through. A Ontario grief and loss counselor has training and experience in helping people who have suffered loss to find strength, to cope, and move through the trauma. Toronto grief counselling can be an important tool to help you through this difficult time. And while nothing anyone can say can completely heal the pain, you can still find strength to cope and to find hope in the darkness. Therapy is a very important part of moving through grief. Please contact a Toronto, ON grief therapist below today.