Grief and Loss Counselling in Etobicoke, ON.

Therapy and bereavement services in Etobicoke, ON. Find real help with the right therapist.


Kelly Thorarinson, M.S.W., R.S.W.
Grief Counsellor

Kelly Thorarinson, M.S.W., R.S.W.

Registered Social Worker

2921 Lakeshore Blvd. W., Etobicoke, Ontario M8V 1J3 | 416-606-2103

Grief and loss affects each and every one of us - it is part of being human. However, our road to understanding grief and loss in each of our lives is unique. Part of my approach to grief and loss is to engaging in meaning-making to integrate your experiences into your developing self as you shift and evolve, growing from life. Another part of the work I do around grief and loss is working with you to create ways of honouring of the experience through personalized art and rituals, sometimes this is referred to as remembering practices.

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

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

Psychotherapist

2275 Lake Shore Blvd. W., Etobicoke, Ontario M8V 3Y3 | 647-861-1262

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.

Carly Clifton, RP, MSc, BAH
Grief Counsellor

Carly Clifton, RP, MSc, BAH

Registered Psychotherapist

3250 Bloor St. W., Suite 600, Etobicoke, Ontario M8X 2X9 | 647-961-9669

Grief Counselling and Psychotherapy is aimed at helping you deal with feelings of sadness and emptiness, and to help you find closure. The thoughts and behaviours associated with grief can be very distressing. It is important to find different ways to cope during this difficult time, which will be the focus of counselling and psychotherapy sessions. In grief counselling, we work together to understand the grief or trauma you are experiencing, whether it be the loss of a loved one, parent-child separation, divorce, losing a job, or having to end a significant friendship or relationship in your life.

Bruce Taylor, BA, BEd, MDiv, MA, CCC, CSAT
Grief Counsellor

Bruce Taylor, BA, BEd, MDiv, MA, CCC, CSAT

Individual Couple Family Counsellor, Sex Addiction Counsellor

161 Waterloo Ave, Guelph, Ontario N1H 3H9 | 519.766.2575

There is no love without loss. And we can't move on until we grieve. It is a healthy rite of passage. I will work with you through the 5 Stages of Grief and the terrible feelings of loss. Although the past can't die, and the future can't live, we will focus on a healthy present. I will help you learn how to manage grief rather than permit it to manage you.

Ken Peters, RP, CTP Dipl, CAPT (Member)
Grief Counsellor

Ken Peters, RP, CTP Dipl, CAPT (Member)

Registered Psychotherapist

Bloor & Christie, Toronto, Ontario M5R 1V9 | 437-345-2260

I provide a confidential space to help you process the deeper layers of your experience in order to move forward with life. Going into these deeper layers may involve looking at your hopes and fears, as well as identifying and processing your mixed feelings. This type of exploration can lead to an increased sense of integration, well-being and possibilities for the future.

Anthony Santen, SAC Dip (Adv. Psy) MCH CLC
Grief Counsellor

Anthony Santen, SAC Dip (Adv. Psy) MCH CLC

Marriage Counselling, Individual Counselling, Life Coach

2 Bloor Street West, 7Th Floor Reception, Toronto, Ontario M4W 3E2 | (416) 930-0186

Sadness is a feeling, Grieving is a process. We all feel sad at times but when we're faced with difficult circumstances and loss there's much more than sadness. Understanding the process of grieving in the context of your own life, give you the tools to create a solid base for a brighter future. We know we can grieve for loved ones who pass on, but we grieve throughout our lives for various paths un-travelled. The loss of a job, the end of a relationship, etc. Answering the question: "What now?" and turning our lives around in a constructive and courageous way, is my approach to this transformational work. You too can make it through this process.

Helen Vozinidis, MSW, RSW
Grief Counsellor

Helen Vozinidis, MSW, RSW

Clinical Social Worker/Psychotherapist

106 Lakeshore Road East, Suite 206, Mississauga, Ontario L5G 1E3 | 416-854-7914

Grieving the loss of someone or something special in your life can be painful, confusing, and overwhelming. I believe that with support, we can begin to integrate the loss into our life experience. My experience with grief primarily relates to children and youth who have experienced traumatic loss. My therapeutic philosophy is holistic in nature; holding the belief that grief affects us physically, relationally, cognitively, emotionally and spiritually. It is my intention to support you or your children to safely express your feelings, and gently begin the process of integrating the loss into your life's experience, in a manner that is safe and non-pathologizing.

Nancy Webb, MSW, RSW
Grief Counsellor

Nancy Webb, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

Academy Heath Centre, 4984 Dundas Street West, Etobicoke, Ontario M9A 1B7 | 647-969-2356

Grief is not something that goes away in a few months. I have often heard clients feel guilty because they are still grieving months after their loved one has died. Actually to not honour Grief and the time it takes is to throw people into complicated grief. ' If I am grieving and allowed to grief I will in fact be able to deal with life and life's demands more more fully than if I am denied the opportunity to truly grieve'.

The Family Enhancement Centre, MSW
Grief Counsellor

The Family Enhancement Centre, MSW

We are counselling practice of Registered Social Workers, Family Counsellors, Marriage Counsellors, Play Therapists

2250 Bovaird Dr, Brampton, Ontario L6R 0W3 | 9057992228

When you lose someone or something precious to you, it’s natural to experience pain and grief. The process of grief and bereavement is normal, and most people go through it. But when grief takes over your life and makes you feel hopeless, worthless and helpless, then it becomes important to talk to a counsellor about telling the difference between normal grief and depression. The Family Enhancement Centre has several therapists who specialize in Grief and Bereavement counselling. Contact us today to know how we can help you.

Cynthia Brady, BSW, MA, RSW
Grief Counselor

Cynthia Brady, BSW, MA, RSW

Registered Social Worker and Psychotherapist

Available for Online Therapy

You are feeling lost and lonely, as the result of the death of a loved one, the loss of a relationship, or the loss of a part of yourself due to an accident or chronic illness. Grief robs us of what we had, leaving us to feel despair. While we cannot bring back what has been lost, we can work together to understand your grief, in order to help you feel more functional again.

Ingrid Dresher, RP, MSc(hon)
Grief Counsellor

Ingrid Dresher, RP, MSc(hon)

Registered Psychotherapist (College of Psychotherapists of Ontario)

Eglinton and Kipling (two minutes east of Highway 427), Etobicoke, Ontario M9R 1Y4 | (416) 487-9129

Grief and loss are normal, universal emotional experiences, but there is a tendency to get stuck in depression or anxiety rather than feel the sadness involved with loss. That’s understandable, because suffering is painful and difficult to bear alone. A therapist can support an individual with strategies for finding hope that a broken heart will mend. The aim is to build trust that, by allowing the expression of these feelings, the energy spent on suffering can be freed and reinvested back into creating a fulfilling life. As you do with a broken shoulder, you pay attention to the pain and attend to it in healthy ways while nature takes its course, allowing broken bones or hearts to heal.

Sharleen McDowall, Psy.D., C.Psych
Grief Counsellor

Sharleen McDowall, Psy.D., C.Psych

Registered Psychologist

3660 Hurontario Street, Suite 606, Mississauga, Ontario L5B 3C4 | 416 485-5555

The psychologists, psychotherapists and counsellors at MCCG are committed to providing grieving clients with the utmost care, compassion and respect. We aim to provide services to clients in a safe, empathic, and non-judgemental atmosphere where you can face your fears and address your concerns without worry. We understand the nature of grief and bereavement and we are here to listen and provide strategies for processing thoughts and feelings in a healthy way so that you may start to move forward in your own life with greater strength and resilience.

Catherine Wood, Ph.D.
Grief Counsellor

Catherine Wood, Ph.D.

Counselor/Coach

180 Bloor St. W., Toronto, Ontario M5S 2V6 | 416-926-7216

Every person's grief and loss is unique. I will work with you to process that unique experience through discussion in sessions, and exercises that I will give you to process your thoughts and feelings. These exercises wll be specific to your loss. We will also embrace the healing power of time, and the notion of radical acceptance of what cannot be changed.



Compassionate Bereavement Services in Etobicoke, ON.

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

Etobicoke is located in Ontario, Canada.  The population of Etobicoke is 365,143 people. Etobicoke therapists serve postal code: M9C.