Grief and Loss Counselling in Cloverdale, BC.

Therapy and bereavement services in Cloverdale, BC. Find real help with the right therapist.


Kim Watt, MA (Psychology), RCC
Grief Counsellor

Kim Watt, MA (Psychology), RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Beautiful Soul Counselling Services, #106 - 3237 King George Blvd, Surrey, British Columbia V4P 1B7 | (778) 686-9494

A very important factor in recovering from loss is having the support of others. Even if you aren’t comfortable talking about your feelings under normal circumstances, it’s important to express them when you’re grieving. Sharing your loss makes the burden of grief easier to carry. I provide a supportive and encouraging environment that allows you to feel comfortable while discussing your current situation, and will work with you to come up with ideas and solutions that will help you get through the chaos and feel better.

Darcy Bailey, MSW, RSW, RCC, DipAT
Grief Counsellor

Darcy Bailey, MSW, RSW, RCC, DipAT

Registered Clinical Counsellor;Art Therapist;Reg.Social Work

302 - 20238 Fraser Hwy, Langley, British Columbia V3A 4E6 | 604-533-9163

Grief and loss issues are explored in an integrative way to promote complete healing and resolution. Intergrative approaches of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Satir, Play and Art therapy, EMDR, Narrative, Solution Focussed are all considered, depending on the individual needs which are consulted & considered in the plan for therapy. Therapy involves, education, support, exploration and processing of thoughts and feelings in order to resolve challenges. Parents of kids should expect to be involved and supported in their awareness of grief and loss and how to assist their children in coping, as developmental factors need to be considered.

Alain Langlais, MH, RTC, CHHt
Grief Counselor

Alain Langlais, MH, RTC, CHHt

Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

When losing someone or something important to us, it can take lots time to adjust and learn to live our life without that person, thing or way of life. Either it is the death of a loved one, loss of a relationship, loss of a pet, loss of a job or important possessions, change to your way of life, grieving is a normal response to a life event and bottling it up can create damage or even harm to a person. It can take time to adjust and accept to learn to live life without that person, thing or way of life. When it gets too challenging or overwhelming, or if it gets in a way of living a healthy life, sometimes turning to professional support can help getting through this challenging event.

Angela Herd, MACP, RCC, CCC, RCAT, Dip. CSW
Grief Counsellor

Angela Herd, MACP, RCC, CCC, RCAT, Dip. CSW

Registered Clinical Counsellor, Certified Canadian Counsellor, Registered Art Therapist, Child & Family Therapist

3063 240th Street, Langley, British Columbia V2Z 1N3 | 604-510-HOPE

Angela Herd understands the grief process is a normal response to loss and is unique to each person. Loss comes in many forms and significant losses can affect one's relationships, self-concept and perception of the world. Angela is an experienced counsellor who offers support and relief. Angela provides a safe space that invites clients to share their experiences of loss; as well as, gain insight and skills to cope with strong feelings that may at times feel overwhelming and uncontrollable. Angela offers a wide range of options for expression that include traditional verbal therapy, art & play therapy, phototherapy and other creative modalities.Call Angela today for your free consultation.

Lieneke Hewlett, MTC, RPC, SFTT, BA Psyc.
Grief Counsellor

Lieneke Hewlett, MTC, RPC, SFTT, BA Psyc.

Master Therapeutic Counsellor, Registered Professional Counsellor and Registered Supervising Focusing Therapist and Trainer

10422 168 St, Surrey, British Columbia V4N 1R9 | 778-837-6391

When you have grief, you can often feel it in your body. It may be a dull ache in the area of your heart, a heavy ball in your stomach or nausea. For each person it is slightly different. Loss of a loved one can bring overwhelming grief, which may come and go throughout life. When grief is too large and remains the same or worse, professional help can bring relief. By listening carefully to how your body, mind and emotions are experiencing grief we can transform your experience. There is a way to live more comfortably with uncomfortable feelings such as grief. And by tracking your felt experience, we discover what is needed to move through the grief rather than living in it.

Annette Kasahara, BA, MEd. (Psychology), RCC
Grief Counsellor

Annette Kasahara, BA, MEd. (Psychology), RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

15421 Russell Avenue, White Rock, British Columbia V4B 2R5 | 604-531-4491

My hope is that as clients work through the reality of the loss they have experienced, they will recover their clarity and inner direction, and will begin to create ways to move forward. Clients are encouraged to acknowledge the loss and to explore the gamut of emotions accompanying this loss. Clients are encouraged to express their gratitude for what was, and at their own pace, begin to move forward.

Tracey Dahl, MA, RCC
Grief Counsellor

Tracey Dahl, MA, RCC

Registered Clinical Counsellor

#101 22355 48th Ave., Langley, British Columbia V3A 3N4 | 604-256-8564

Grief is individual and comes in unexpected waves. I have yet to hear of two similar grief experiences. Walking alongside someone who is grieving has deeply touched me in my work. Grief can be a heart wrenching, and painfully beautiful experience when shared with a trusted, safe other. The path towards healing and wholeness is as unique as the stories of grief themselves, but you do not have to do the work of healing alone, in the dark.

Francesca Tomas, RPC, RTC
Grief Counsellor

Francesca Tomas, RPC, RTC

Registered Professional Counsellor, Registered Therapeutic Counsellor

11042 164th St, Surrey, British Columbia V4N 4X9 | 604 314-8063

I believe that having a safe and comfortable place to express your grief can help anyone who is grieving a loss. Allowing yourself to feel your emotions is very important. The most important part of supporting a bereaved person is to acknowledge your feeling and to be with you. As time passes, the pain of early bereavement begins to fade. The depression lessens and you can begin to look forward to the future. I help you envision and map out a positive future while keeping your loved one 's spirit in your life.


Compassionate Bereavement Services in Cloverdale, BC.

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

Cloverdale is located in British Columbia, Canada.  The population of Cloverdale is 69,310 people. Cloverdale therapists serve postal code: V3S.