Grief and Loss Counselling in Mississauga, ON.

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

Grief Counsellor

Barbara Lesniak, M.A., C. Psych. Assoc.

Registered Psychological Associate

204A-2399 Cawthra Road, Mississauga, Ontario

Everyone will experience grief and loss at some point in their lives, whether it is being the loss of a loved person, the loss of a relationship, the loss of job or the loss of health. Grief is a natural and normal response to a loss, a process of healing, and it is a unique experience to each person. Grief cannot be rushed, cannot be fixed or cannot be be eliminated. Therapy may help you understand and process the often intense emotions or recurring thoughts that you may be experiencing including anger, depression, guilt, or bargaining. It may also help prevent a complicated grief where the person is stuck in an intense state of mourning that inhibits them from functioning on a daily basis.

Grief Counsellor

Martin Resnick, Ph.D., C.Psych

Consulting Psychologist (Registerd Psychologist Prov of ON

2000 Credit Valley Rd, Suite 406, Mississauga, Ontario

My approach to treating your grief reaction is to help you get through a mourning process with support, understanding and ventilation. It is important for you to re-establish interest and relationships which are meaningful to you and can substitute for your loss. I will help you discuss the loss in detail by discussing the sequence of prior events to, during and after the death of your loved one so that you can sort out all your emerging feelings and build a clearer picture of your relationship with the person lost which includes their good and bad points.You will benefit by getting some distance and with patience and understanding you can move on with your life.

Grief Counsellor

Paul Morgan, R.P., (Cert.)OACCPP

Registered Psychotherapist

55 Village Centre Place, Suite 306, Mississauga, Ontario

Grieving loss or even anticipated loss is difficult, and those closest are vulnerable to stress and the ability to function normally in their day-to-day lives. Grief counselling can benefit you in several different ways: 1. A sharing of your special relationship with a loved one, a friend or a tragedy with someone that is empathetic, listens and offers emotional support. 2. A safe place to share those special moments in your life and feel cared for and confirm that someone is listening. 3. A safe place to discuss practical needs that require your attention in a timely manner. My approach is to create a safe haven for you to deal with the pain and anxiety of your grief.

Grief Counsellor

David Knapp, MC. CCC.

Mississauga, Ontario

Few things are harder in life than grieving the loss of those we love. Grief and loss counselling can support you as you do the hard work of making meaning of what has happened. Grieving often isolates you from the ones you love because people do not generally know how to respond when you are grieving. Counsellors know that grieving is a life-long process, not something you “get over.” I will provide a safe place to let your guard down and be honest about how you’re actually feeling. I also help you move forward to finding joy in life in the midst of your sorrow so that your grief does not consume you.

Grief Counsellor

Sonia Panchyshyn, BSW, MSW, RSW


100 Matheson Blvd. E. #204, Mississauga, Ontario

Some of the losses you may experience are the loss of a job, health, pet, friendship, marriage or a loved one. I will help you grieve your loss, re-build your life and create new dreams. I will walk that journey with you to a place of recovery whereby you will move beyond your loss, thus regaining control over your life so that you can celebrate life once again. My approach is to assist you to express your grief/feelings, normalize your feelings, understand the stages of grief, and identify where you may feel stuck. I will gently guide you in moving forward in life so that you will feel more hopeful and find new purpose and meaning once again.

Grief Counsellor

Ingrid Dresher, RP

Registered Psychotherapist (College of Psychotherapists of Ontario)

Eglinton and Kipling (two minutes east of Highway 427), Etobicoke, Ontario

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.

Grief Counsellor

Lorena Patrucco, BA(Ed.), M.A

Registered Psychotherapist (q) -Counselor

4008 Powderhorn Court, Mississauga, Ontario

Children can sense where there is sadness in their home, but they are young to don’t understand the death per se or its finality. For this reason, the way they process loss may be slightly different in the ways adults do. They may experience physical reactions, such as stomach aches, changes in sleeping patterns and appetite. Children may find it difficult to independently come to terms with the death and their feelings as their capacity to understand this concept is limited. A client-centred approach is used to provide children with healthy ways to learn to cope with their grief. The approaches used include, Play therapy, Sand Tray, Narrative Therapy, and Art Therapy.

Grief Counsellor

Sarbjit Sanghera, Psy. D.

Registered Clinical Psychologist

2910 South Sheridan Way, Oakville , Ontario

Grief is a natural part of the life cycle that impacts everyone no matter where they, themselves are in the life cycle. Grief can occur from a loss of many things that are meaningful or significant to the individual. This loss can occur from people, pets, jobs and so forth. Loss is perceived and dealt with individually and is impacted by many factors such as following family, religious and/or cultural traditions, acculturation, workplace expectations. In therapy, we explore your individualistic way towards obtaining and benefiting from having a healthier bereavement.

Grief Counsellor

Dharshini Chanderbhan, BSc., M.A, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

100 King St. W, Suite 5700, Toronto, Ontario

Grief and loss can take many forms, from the loss of a loved one, to the loss of a job or the end of a friendship. How we cope with these plays an important part in determining our emotional well being. The therapists at Chanderbhan Counselling Services work with you to develop effective coping strategies that are unique to your loss, using warm and empathetic therapeutic techniques.

Grief Counsellor

Ellis Nicolson, M.Div; R.P.; RMFT

Registered Psychotherapist; Registered Marriage and Family Therapist

4291 Village Centre Court, Suite 201, Mississauga, Ontario

Loss can be experienced in many different ways, for example, the death of a loved one, the end of a relationship, the loss of a job, losing abilities that one would normally have, etc. Grief is a very personal journey, and there is no set time line for how long you are to grieve. You will experience a range of emotions, including: denial, anger, sadness, depression, hoplessness, and you may even try to bargain with yourself or God. If you are experiencing any of these feelings, I assure you, my office is a safe place to process your grief. I will walk beside you and help you process your journey.

Grief Counsellor

Naomi Yano, MSc, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

Monaghan Circle, Mississauga, Ontario

"Grief is neither a sign of weakness nor a lack of faith. It's the price we pay for love." Darcie Sims. Feeling sad following a loss is a natural and normal response. We have often been taught through our lives that something is wrong with us if we can't "suck it up," or can't seem to "get over it." Perhaps some of our ideas about the process of grief aren't helpful in moving us towards healing? What have you learned about grief? Naomi is here to help you understand your grief in a way that will move you forward in life and be more compassionate and comfortable with your own pain, to eventually arrive in a place of peace.

Grief Counsellor

Real Life Counselling

Individual and Couples Counselling

205 Matheson Boulevard East Unit 15, Mississauga, Ontario

We know the feeling of grief too; the sadness that comes from loosing a loved one, or perhaps the recent loss of a romantic relationship. Maybe you feel grief after the passing of your pet, or the ending of a long friendship. Whatever the source, our empathic therapists can help you heal the pain and continue to move forward in your life. Grief and Loss therapy is a healthy solution for you. Call us for more information on how we can help you.

Grief Counsellor

Carly Clifton, RP, MSc, BAH

Registered Psychotherapist

3250 Bloor St. W., Suite 600, Etobicoke, Ontario

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.

Compassionate Bereavement Services in Mississauga, ON.

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

Mississauga is located in Ontario, Canada. It has a land area of 292.43 square kilometers.  The population of Mississauga is 781,057 people with 240,913 households . The population ranking for Mississauga is #6 nationally and #3 for the province of Ontario with a density of 2467.60 people per sq km. Mississauga therapists serve postal code: L5B.