Grief and Loss Counselling in De Winton, AB.

Therapy and bereavement services in De Winton, AB. Find real help with the right therapist.


Erika Mohle, MSc, RPsych
Grief Counsellor

Erika Mohle, MSc, RPsych

Registered Psychologist

In T2R 0S6 - Nearby to De Winton.

We all experience loss in our lives, to differing degrees. Grief is an emotional response to the experience of loss. Loss and resulting grief can come in a wide variety of forms. Grief can occur in a situation where we have lost a loved one. This type of grief is known as bereavement. Loss and grief can also occur in more subtle ways, such as feeling as though one has lost an identity after having a child. Grief can manifest in a range of feelings including deep sadness, anger, guilt, regret, and yearning . The journey of adapting to loss varies greatly from person to person. Whatever kind of loss you have experienced, therapy can be a safe space to explore your emotions and memories.

Sig Taylor, MSW, RSW, RMFT
Grief Counsellor

Sig Taylor, MSW, RSW, RMFT

Marriage & Family Therapist

In T2T 0C2 - Nearby to De Winton.

Losing a loved one, a relationship, a dream...it's hard for all of us. It hurts, there's no getting away from it. It's the avoidance of those normal painful feelings that make things worse. Healthy grieving requires that we allow ourselves to go through, not around, the process. Learning to experience and deal with our feelings is the key to moving forward after a loss.

Sheldon Walker, M.Sc., R. Psych, RMFT
Grief Counsellor

Sheldon Walker, M.Sc., R. Psych, RMFT

Registered Psychologist and Marriage and Family Therapist, EMDR Therapist

In T2N 2P6 - Nearby to De Winton.

One of the most challenging experiences of life is dealing with the loss of a loved one, a relationship, one's health or even financial loss. It is very important at times like this to have a compassionate professional to talk with, learn coping techniques, and not have to feel overwhelmed by grief. One of the main recommendations I give to clients who are grieving is to resist the thinking of others that "you should be over it by now." There is no specific timetable for grieving. Six months, 1 year, who can say? Only you. I encourage clients to talk with others who are supportive and understanding about loss, though I caution that life must also be allowed to continue alongside grief.

Shift Psychological, Ph.D, Psychologist, MA, R, Psych
Grief Counsellor

Shift Psychological, Ph.D, Psychologist, MA, R, Psych

Registered Clinical Counsellor, Clinical Psychologists, Therapists

In T2T 0A3 - Nearby to De Winton.

Standard Grief: Sadness directly related to a loss. Complex Grief: Sadness related to a loss. Includes additional meanings and associated emotions as in: Regret – “I am a horrible person” Anger – “The universe took something too soon” Hopelessness – “ My life has not meaning now” Fear – “I am at risk of losing more” Helpless – “I am incapable- I cannot go on” Complex grief is grieving that get stuck because of the complicating meaning the trauma of loss has triggered. In order to treat complex grief, we remove the LBs associated with the loss, as shown above, and this lets the standard grief progress through the regular stages of grief, to arrive at a healthy perspective on the loss.

Trinity Nina Nathoo, R. Prov. Psychologist
Grief Counsellor

Trinity Nina Nathoo, R. Prov. Psychologist

Registered Provisional Psychologist

In T2X 4C3 - Nearby to De Winton.

I offer grief and loss counselling for not only a human loved one but also a beloved pet. I can deeply empathize with my clients due to having experienced these types of losses myself. I believe that it is only through personal experience that one can appreciate the unimaginable sorrow and heartache of losing a special person or animal. This is why support groups are so effective, as people take solace in the reality that they are not alone.

Monica Dragosz, M.A., RSW
Grief Counsellor

Monica Dragosz, M.A., RSW

Registered Social Worker

In T3A 0X9 - Nearby to De Winton.

People living in our culture often lack the permission -both from others and themselves - to fully grieve their losses, and yet I have observed that careful attention to grief is so necessary for achieving and maintaining our health and wellness in the long term. I try to support you in approaching grief as a process and a journey. Our work together involves honoring the loss while finding ways to help you manage strong feelings, and re-orient toward the many aspects of your life that your grief touches. Using mindfulness and body awareness helps to both deepen and ground this process, and exploring meaningful personal rituals together (ritual having been a key ingredient in many healthy cultures’ approach to grief) can be very helpful.

Toni Harris, MSc., R.Psych.
Grief Counsellor

Toni Harris, MSc., R.Psych.

Registered Psychologist

In T1S 2C3 - Nearby to De Winton.

If you have experienced the devastating loss of a loved one (pets included) and are seeking a safe environment to explore and release any pain, vulnerabilities, confusion, distressing or overwhelming feelings and emotions, I would be honoured to walk this transformative journey with you. Please contact me for further information on how I can be of assistance and support.

Tamara Hathaway, Registered Psychologist, M.Sc (MFT)
Grief Counsellor

Tamara Hathaway, Registered Psychologist, M.Sc (MFT)

Registered Psychologist

In T1S 2C1 - Nearby to De Winton.

Grief and Loss is a process, while unique to the person there are milestones and supports that can make the process more natural and healthy. Loss and grief is part of the human experience however, we can become challenged in the process by specific events or circumstances while in the vulnerable state of adjustment and grief. Grief and Loss benefits from supports and compassion.

Monica Wong, MSW, RSW
Grief Counsellor

Monica Wong, MSW, RSW

Therapist/Counselor (MSW), Hypnotherapist & HypnoBirthing/HypnoMothering practitioner

In T3A 0Z9 - Nearby to De Winton.

Grief and loss is highly personal and unique. It can come in ebbs and flows and can seem overwhelming at times. As difficult as this is, it can get better, even if the loss remains. Counselling is a soft place for you to land, where you can express what you're feeling, what you'd like to feel and what you'd like to do about it. There is hope and you can learn tools to help you through the tough times, as well as through the pain to the other side. I'm here to help.

Marco Milani, MA Psychology
Grief Counselor

Marco Milani, MA Psychology

Registered Counselor

Available for Online Therapy

Dealing with the loss of an important person is always one of the hardest thing to do. Using a scientifcally savvy approach to bereavement does not mean that we do not use the concept of soul. Understanding the complexity of what happens to us must always been one the most important goals for counseling; and grief, pain and sorrow are often deeper than many people think.

Velma Noble, MA, RP, CCC-S, CPCS, PAg (Ret)
Grief Counsellor

Velma Noble, MA, RP, CCC-S, CPCS, PAg (Ret)

Registered Psychotherapist; Cdn. Clinical Counsellor Supervisor; Certified Professional Counsellor Supervisor; Professional Agrologist (PAg-Ret)

In T3E 5R6 - Nearby to De Winton.

Grief is often misunderstood. It is a powerful and natural emotion. When loss occurs, we are hit with a confusing myriad of emotions. Our minds and hearts are battered by an onslaught of scary, strange, unpredictable emotions that do not abate on their own. In the midst of loss, each person’s experience is profoundly unique and often very isolating. Today we are in a grief epidemic. Grief springs not only from death but also from life-altering events (such a brush with cancer). Grief counselling provides many valuable insights including: a) the increased ability to feel and understand the pain of loss experience; b) better ways to manage the challenges that accompany supporting ourselves and....

Maureen Theberge, MACP
Grief Counsellor

Maureen Theberge, MACP

Registered Psychologist

In T3G 0B4 - Nearby to De Winton.

Losses are often the most difficult of life transitions. One can feel like the sadness will never lift or that life no longer has meaning. Grief is a soul journey that will change you physically, emotionally, cognitively, socially, and spiritually. The word "bereavement" literally means to be torn apart. No wonder you feel so tired! Let me companion you as you journey through this dark time in your life. You won't "get over" grief any more than you "get over" love, but you can reconcile this loss in your life and experience a life of hope and joy once more. Learn more about the Companioning Model at centerforloss.com

Kate Kolskog, Registered Psychologist
Grief Counsellor

Kate Kolskog, Registered Psychologist

Supporting Wellness Psychological & Family Services

In T2H 0M2 - Nearby to De Winton.

Everyone grieves in their own way and in their own time. Each experience of grief is unique, complex, and personal, and our therapists will tailor treatment to meet the specific needs of each person. Four common tasks of grieving are accepting the reality of the loss, working through the pain of the loss, adjusting to a new reality, and maintaining a connection with the deceased (in the case of death of a loved one). Our therapists can help you to work through these tasks in a supportive and non-judgmental environment.



Compassionate Bereavement Services in De Winton, AB.

Thank you for visiting our Alberta search of licensed grief specialists in De Winton.  Moving through grief after loss is difficult. Therapy helps through listening, by having someone there with you who understands the stages and process of grieving. You can find help for grief in De Winton right now, please contact a provider above, you can email 24/7.

De Winton is located in Alberta, Canada.  The population of De Winton is 1,835 people. De Winton therapists serve postal code: T0L.