Grief and Loss Counselling in Edmonton, AB.

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


Grief Counsellor

Nancy Hurst, Ph.D

Registered Psychologist

10069- 80 Ave, Edmonton, Alberta

Grieving a loss can feel overwhelming and sometimes it feels like the pain will never end. Grieving is a painful journey, but one that lessens over time. At Compassionate Counselling Inc. we recognize that the process of grieving is unique to each person and adjust our approach accordingly. We offer a safe place to share your hurt and anger and to work through the pain.

Grief Counsellor

Ashley Hanson, MC, R. Psych.

Registered Psychologist

#200, 6732 75 St, Edmonton, Alberta

Times of grief and loss can be difficult times to manage on one's own. At times, overwhelming emotions may make you feel too much. By coming to Base Counselling Services, you will be giving yourself an opportunity to unload any extra or potentially unhelpful emotions and develop strategies of your own to cope with a life that may look different than it has in the past.

Grief Counsellor

Rebecca Martin, M Sc., LMHC, NCC, CCC

Canadian Certified Counselor

10250 176 St. NW, Edmonton, Alberta

Experiencing grief and loss can be a frightening and overwhelming process. Sometimes grief is right there at the surface, and other times it is deeply buried under ways of coping. I will be your partner as we explore together where and how your grief and loss is affecting you. I will be your touchstone while you allow yourself the time and space to be with and then heal from your pain. You will be able to see how your grief has made you stronger and closer to other loved ones.

Grief Counsellor

Lisa Baranieski, BA, MACP

Registered Psychologist

10069 80 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

There are many situations when people go through a grieving process. Sometimes, you may find yourself feeling misunderstood, isolated, angry, resentful, burned out, or guilty and ashamed, among many other emotional experiences. There is no "right way" to grieve or mourn, but if you find yourself struggling or in distress, I am here to listen and help you feel supported and validated.

Grief Counsellor

Priya Bains, M.A.

Registered Psychologist, Certified Hakomi Therapist

300, 10240-124 Street, Edmonton, Alberta

When working with grief and loss, I believe it is important to be patient and present. I primarily focus on the emotions and experiences of the grief and loss and make sure that they are being felt. Although this can be a painful process, it is important that we are allowing ourselves to move into the pain versus avoiding it so that all emotions, thoughts, and sensations are dealt with.

Grief Counsellor

Emma Drebit, MSc. (Marital & Family Therapy)

Registered Psychologist

9749-111 Street, Edmonton, Alberta

Grief and loss of any kind can be painful and overwhelming. Whether it's death, separation, divorce, medical diagnosis or terminal illness, Emma offers supportive counselling to help people through difficult times. Her approach is client-centered and allows time to talk about the loss and all of the circumstances leading up to it, along with exploring any lingering feelings like anger, guilt, and loneliness. Emma works alongside her clients as they go through the stages of loss, and facilitates their accepting the loss, letting go, learning to move forward and finding peace within. Emma also supports people as they seek meaning in the loss, and enhance social supports, including family.

Grief Counsellor

Christina Bell, Registered Psychologist

Certified Sex Addiction Therapist

Red Tree Psychology 710 - 9707 110 Street , Edmonton, Alberta

Loss is an inevitable part of life. Whether it be moving to a new city, a death of a parent, or divorce, it can be helpful to have support through these transitions. In my experience, I have supported individuals dealing with multiple losses and changes, including deaths by suicide. My view is that the grieving process is unique to each individual, and I support each client to cope with loss in their own way. I am influenced by the work of Kenneth Doka and Adam Wolfelt, as they understand grief as a natural process, rather than something to be labelled as pathological.

Grief Counsellor

Mallory Becker, M.A., R.Psyc.

Registered Psychologist

10069 80 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

Our world is forever changed after experiencing a sudden and tragic loss. We may feel very vulnerable to the world around us. Everyday living can be an experience of heightened anxiety, loneliness and tears. We may even have strained relationships because the pain of loss is so overwhelming. Together, we can try to make sense of and to understand your loss. We can learn ways to control your emotions, find peace of mind and change your reactions of memories from sorrow to gratitude.

Grief Counsellor

Paul Sussman, Ph.D., L.Psych.(AB), L.Psych.(GA)

Licensed Psychologist, Alberta and Georgia

14307 - 80 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta

It has been said that life is about loss, and how one deals with it. Grief is how we deal with loss. Uncomplicated grief is an adjustment process, not an illness. There is one, though...an illness, I mean. I'd say the "illness" is cultural: For one reason or another, people ordinarily lose patience with the grief process, and often well before a healthy mourner is through their active grieving process. Unexpressed grief from former losses can extend the time needed for healthy grieving. People's wounds and scars can close heart and mind toward the grieving process. In an imperfect world, psychotherapists hold space and make time for (and precious to) a balanced grief process.

Grief Counsellor

Nicolas Allen, MA, BPE, MES

Registered Psychologist

18019-111 Ave, Edmonton, Alberta

Losing a loved one important in our life often leaves us reeling but having someone to support us through these times can make all the difference. I realize everyone faces and experiences grief in different ways and I tailor my approach to work best with the client. If you have lost someone and fee like you need extra support, I invite you to contact me to help you through this difficult time.

Grief Counsellor

Landor Liddell, M.Sc., Ph.D. (Education)

Registered Psychologist

#302, 10140 - 117 Street, Edmonton, Alberta

Grief is a psycho-spiritual process. In counselling, I will work through the stages of loss and grief: the crisis stage, the crucible stage, and the construction or rebuilding and re-____ stage. Based on these stages, I will help guide you through your loss in a compasionate and accepting manor. Grief is a journey, without clear direction, one that must be taken.

Grief Counsellor

Michelle Vandegriend, Ph.D., Registered Psychologist

Registered Psychologist

Suite #107, Inglewood Plaza, 24 Inglewood Drive, St. Albert, Alberta

Losses can effect individuals in a variety of ways. Within a cleint-centered counselling approach I provide individuals with a safe and non-judgemental environment in which they can explore their feelings and process various types of losses and grief as well as complicated grief. I assist individuals in adjusting to life after loss and in coping with a variety of changes that can occur within oneself and in relationship with others around them.

Grief Counsellor

Laura Kennedy, MA, R. Psych.

Registered Psychologist

11309-100 Ave., Edmonton, Alberta

Grief can feel as if we’ve had the wind knocked out of us, and that the world keeps going while the clock has stopped for us. Society, however, asks us to get on with our lives rather quickly. Sometimes it feels like our friends and family members don’t know what to do or say, which can leave us feeling isolated with our grief. It is important to take time to work through feelings of grief and loss otherwise we end up feeling disconnected from ourselves and others. I provide a supportive space in which to express the thoughts and feelings you have in a safe, compassionate and non-judgmental environment.



Compassionate Bereavement Services in Edmonton, AB.

Thank you for visiting our Alberta search of licensed grief specialists in Edmonton.  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 Edmonton right now, please contact a provider above, you can email 24/7.

Edmonton is located in Alberta, Canada. It has a land area of 685.25 square kilometers.  The population of Edmonton is nearly 1 million people with 360,828 households . The population ranking for Edmonton is #5 nationally and #2 for the province of Alberta with a density of 1360.90 people per sq km. Edmonton therapists serve postal code: T5K.