Grief and Loss Counseling in Ken Caryl, CO.

Therapy and bereavement services in Ken Caryl, CO. Find real help with the right therapist.


Grief Counselor

Rich Audsley, PhD, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Within driving distance of Ken Caryl

The death of a loved one can be the most stressful event in a person’s life. I know how a wide array of emotions can be experienced, such as sadness, anger, anxiety, guilt, and despair. Changes in sleep patterns and appetite can occur, as well as physical illness. These are all normal parts of grieving and the feelings can ebb and flow over time. It is important to seek out a therapist who understands your loss. As a family therapist I am specialty trained to understand the impact of loss on your family and I can assist you through your bereavement process.

Grief Counselor

Dennis H. Harris, MA

Registered Psychotherapist

Within driving distance of Ken Caryl

Greif and loss are inevitable in life and there isn't a standard timetable or way in which we may find resolution. In some cases the goal isn't to resolve our grieving as much as learn to live with loss. I take an individual approach to living with grief and loss. We can use mindfulness techniques to be able to experience our pain in order to allow our emotions to be expressed.

Grief Counselor

Christopher St. John, MA, LPCC

Jungian Psychotherapist

Within driving distance of Ken Caryl

The way I work with grief & loss is to meet you where you are at. I conduct whatever will work to best benefit you. It could be from a cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) perspective, humanistic (Rogerian) theory perspective, or a Jungian psychotherapy perspective. I will do my best to work on what you will need. I can also work within your personal belief system.

Grief Counselor

David L. Currie, MA, LPC, TH.M

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Ken Caryl

Normalizing intense feelings of grief/loss is critical to emotional health and relational maturity. And this means often challenging our culture's views of labelling certain feelings as "bad". There are no "bad" feelings. Many are hesitant to enter their stories of grief/loss/intense sadness due to a fear of "falling apart". At times "falling apart" may be needed within the context of a support system or counseling environment and "falling apart" needs to be understood as "OK", normal and occasionally necessary. Our Lord modeled this as a "man of sorrows" and "fully acquainted with grief". Therapy, in part can give us the courage to embrace our stories and enter grief/loss.

Grief Counselor

Claudia Trevithick, ATR-BC, Registered Psychotherapist

Board-Certified Art Therapist, Registered Psychotherapist

Within driving distance of Ken Caryl

I honor whatever stage of grief my client may be visiting, whether anticipatory or grieving the death of a loved one, job, or life role. I will normalize the painful feelings, and educate about the different tasks of grief. In this painful but hopeful work, I help my client visit memories through talk, collage with magazing pictures, or even making a book about the loved one. Children enjoy making the book, "talking" with the deceased, picturing heaven. Adults may need to explore a wounded spiritual life, grieve the loss of all the roles that are changing, and find meaning and willingness to make new life choices. Art work and ritual help honor both the deceased and the living.

Grief Counselor

Brenda Bomgardner, LPC, NCC, BCC, ACS

Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Certified Coach

Within driving distance of Ken Caryl

The power of grief and loss can take you off course in life. Often it is unexpected and can catch you when you are least prepared. If can become difficult to concentrate or even go to work or take on daily choirs. Occasionally, life can become meaningless and empty. Often the pain is worsened because of the pressure to get back to "normal." If you are feeling isolated in your struggle you just may need to have somebody to listen to your feelings in a safe and validating environment. Whatever your loss is it is real. I can provide a compassionate place for you to explore the meaning of your loss in your life and make sense of the grief and begin again.

Grief Counselor

Laura Stuart, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Ken Caryl

When working with grief and loss, I use talk therapy, narrative therapy and EMDR to help people process their hurts and be able to move forward. I start with resourcing so that people can develop coping skills and stability before diving into their grief and trauma. With children, play therapy can be a great additional tool to use to help them process their grief indirectly.

Grief Counselor

Allison Gomer, MA, MAC

Somatic Healer, Registered Psychotherapist

Within driving distance of Ken Caryl

Grief. Disbelief, confusion, like time has slipped away, and for a while, the boundaries of you and the world are erased; It can feel so complicated. Although grief is heavy, it allows us to heal, to remember with love rather than with pain. Grief is non-linear and illogical. It is my honor to listen to the loss and begin to understand the client's mourning, as everyone grieves differently. Grief counseling will help clients move forward, resolve unfinished ties, and find support through a difficult process.

Grief Counselor

Sheila Porter, MA, NCC, EMDR Trained

Registered Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Ken Caryl

Experiencing a significant loss whether it is a death of a family member, a relationship, or diagnosis, can leave you feeling isolated and confused. The pain can be overwhelming and your sense of identity can become murky. Learning to grieve the loss and go through the pain are important steps in moving forward, but you don't have to do it alone. You do not have to do it alone. I can help you navigate such a difficult journey helping you manage the heartache, making sense of the confusion, and rediscovering the hope the future holds.

Grief Counselor

Mikey Brackett, MA, NCC, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Ken Caryl

Grief and Loss are a part of life that all experience. Although these are normal it does not mean that these are easy aspects of life to deal with. Grieve and loss can feel overwhelming and cruel, a sense of yourself can be lost and mangled. Through grief and loss therapy we will endeavor together to piece back together that which has been pulled apart.

Grief Counselor

Debi Circle, MA, NCAA

Registered Psychotherapist

Within driving distance of Ken Caryl

Loss is anything that is no longer in your life that once had meaning to you (i.e. death of someone/ beloved pet, death of a dream to get pregnant, a miscarriage or an abortion, death of a career move, or even the loss of a relationship through divorce /break up). Loss can be a painful experience to go through, (acute, chronic or complicated) The emotional impact of grief can linger for months or years. We often feel alone in our grief. If grieving is becoming debilitating or impacting you physically, relationally, or with your self esteem, I am here to help you work through your feelings so they feel more manageable, less tender and you can find happiness in a "new place in your life".

Grief Counselor

Kristal Watson, MA, MFT-C

Marriage and Family Therapist

Within driving distance of Ken Caryl

Loss, and the grief that follows a loss, is not something we simply "get over." And grief isn't an emotion saved only for when we lose a family member or friend - we can feel grief and loss after a pet dies, after a move away from family/friends, after the loss of a job...the list goes on and on! I work with clients as they begin to share the pain that accompanies a loss and then accompany on the journey of healing as they walk through the waves of grief that follow a loss.

Grief Counselor

Mary J Simon, Psy.D.

Licensed clinical psychologist

Within driving distance of Ken Caryl

We experience grief whenever we lose something or someone important to us. Grief can be overwhelming because so many feelings happen in quick, confusing succession or all at the same time. It can make you feel like you are a handball getting bounced around on a court! Let me help you move through this difficult experience by learning how to sort through your emotions and treat yourself with compassion and kindness.



Compassionate Bereavement Services in Ken Caryl, CO.

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

Ken Caryl is located in Jefferson County, Colorado. It has a land area of 9.69 square miles and a water area of 0.03 square miles.  The population of Ken Caryl is 32,944 people with 12,950 households and a median annual income of $85,887. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Ken Caryl, CO

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Establishing weekly sessions with a professional therapist is considered affordable in Ken Caryl for the average family. While sustaining a commitment to therapy is usually not an issue, if mental health treatment feels like a burden please ask your counselor about accepted insurance plans or sliding scale fees