Grief and Loss Counselling in Windsor, ON.

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


Lacey Praill, MSW, RSW
Grief Counsellor

Lacey Praill, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

829 Ottawa Street, Windsor, Ontario N8X 2C7 | 5197916563

Grief and loss look different for everyone. The process is not often linear and it takes time to go through. When approaching your loss it's important to remember that were not looking at moving on but finding ways to move forward and move through your grief. I'm here to support you through your current, recent or past loss. I'll be here with you through the ups and downs of the process.

Margarete Juliana, RP, PhD
Grief Counselor

Margarete Juliana, RP, PhD

Registered Psychotherapist and Registered Marriage & Family Therapist

Available for Online Therapy

Have you found yourself in deep sadness from a recent loss or that may be many years old and perhaps you are only recently recognizing? People were designed to reach out to someone when they are grieving and have had a loss. Unfortunately in our modern world, we are expected to be brief about our losses, to shrug them off and move on. You don't have to suffer alone. I will support you to more fully allow yourself to experience this loss and sadness in safety so that you can truly process the pain. Please contact me for help.

Hilary Lupton, MSW, RSW, BA
Grief Counselor

Hilary Lupton, MSW, RSW, BA

Registered Social Worker (MSW)

Available for Online Therapy

Hilary has supported individuals with loss of pregnancy to loss of relationship or a loved one to loss due to a health event. Hilary has supported individuals throughout the life span. Hilary understands that grief takes on different shapes and styles and walks clients through the stages of grief on their own paths, acknowledging it is deeply their own path.

Wholistic Counselling Services, MSW, BSW, B.A., RSW
Grief Counsellor

Wholistic Counselling Services, MSW, BSW, B.A., RSW

Registered Social Worker

1720-352 Howard Ave, Windsor, Ontario N8X 5A4 | 2267394004

Grieving the loss of someone or something important in your life can be a devastating and lifelong process. Whether through death or other circumstances, losing someone/something significant to you can be a traumatic experience, with life long consequences, and dramatically alter and/or impact your life moving forward. We provide support and guidance to our clients throughout each step of the grieving process. We use a Wholistic, client centered approach, to gently and realistically guide our clients through their grief in the most effective way possible. We use a variety of treatment modalities, such as talk therapy, and compassion focused therapy to develop the best treatment plan.

Inner Alchemy Psychotherapy, MA, RP, CCC
Grief Counselor

Inner Alchemy Psychotherapy, MA, RP, CCC

Registered Psychotherapist & Certified Canadian Counsellor

Available for Online Therapy

Contemporary approaches to coping with grief and loss have shown that the path of acceptance and healing is not linear, but a winding road and unique process for every individual. Psychotherapy can help you along your path by providing an outlet for those challenging emotions and providing you with tools to help you cope. With personal experience, I will lend a hand in helping you to cope and integrate the challenges presented by the loss of a loved one or a significant relationship as you find your new normal. Those we lose remain in our hearts, and by remembering them with gratitude we can begin to heal.

Garrett LaFosse, M.Sc., RP, RMFT
Grief Counselor

Garrett LaFosse, M.Sc., RP, RMFT

Registered Psychotherapist; Registered Marriage and Family Therapist; Professional member of Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (CCPA)

Available for Online Therapy

I open up space for clients accept and share their grief, since many people don't feel comfortable doing so, especially with others. I help clients to work toward resolving unresolved grief and express their unexpressed grief. I help clients to honour & give space to their grief. In today's rushed world, people often don't take adequate time to honour their grief & sense of loss. I help clients to try and honour what their lost loved one would have wanted for them, or, sometimes to take back their life back from a lost loved one who didn't value or validate them. I work to prepare clients for grief to be lifelong, though that doesn't mean that it will always have the same intensity.

Adrienne Richardson, PhD MsED RP CSAT/CPTT SEP-A OCT
Grief Counselor

Adrienne Richardson, PhD MsED RP CSAT/CPTT SEP-A OCT

Registered Psychotherapist

Available for Online Therapy

With Gestalt therapy the five tasks of mourning, are supported: (1) To accept the reality of the loss, (2) To experience the pain of grief, (3) To adjust to the environment in which the deceased is missing, (4) To withdraw (some) emotional energy and reinvest it in another relationship, and (5) To find a place for and maintain a continuing bond with what we lose, however not in any specific order. A gestalt therapist supports the bereaved with an emphasis on a "loving authentic presence and communication that allows expression of EACH other’s personhood" so that feelings are honored and explored at the clients own pace. The here and now is emphasized and that is what leads to support/change

Robert Goulard, MSW, RSW, CACII
Grief Counsellor

Robert Goulard, MSW, RSW, CACII

Individual and Group Therapist/Personal & Family Counsellor

12201, Tecumseh Rd. (East Suite D west Lower Unit), Tecumseh, Ontario N8N 1M3 | 519-965-0841

Any loss can cause a person to feel grief; whether it is the loss of a job, a relationship, the death of a loved one, or the loss of a cherished dream etc. I find that my clients find it helpful to use Narrative techniques, such as writing personnel journals. However, the use of Somatic Experiencing which is a form of therapy aimed at relieving and resolving the symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder and other mental and physical trauma-related health problems. Regardless, a person needs to re-connect and make sense to painful emotions and past events in order to effectively deal with a loss or a post traumatic event, such as a motor vehicle accident, rape, sexual attack, childhood trau....

Jaclyn Karpus, MSW, RSW
Grief Counsellor

Jaclyn Karpus, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

12201 Tecumseh Road East, Suite B, Tecumseh, Ontario N8N 3M2 | 519-999-4761

I believe that grief is a complex set of rituals with various emotions. People need to have space to find their grief path and learn how to live with loss, but to not be controlled by it. Therapy can be a holding space where you are encouraged to talk about your loss, how you feel and learn to navigate the different emotions and reactions your have on your journey. Allowing yourself to experience your grief, and to have some control over how it changes you moving forward.

Julie Hong, MEd, RP
Grief Counsellor

Julie Hong, MEd, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

3200 Deziel Drive, Windsor, Ontario N8W 5K8 | 519-948-1212 ext 226

Grief and loss is an unfortunate part of being human. It is inevitable that we will, at some point, lose people we love and have to process and grief the loss. Loss is a broad term that typically refers to losing someone through death. However, other losses include loss of a relationship (break-ups or conflicts), as well as a person's treasured identity (i.e. work-identity, or being a parent when their children have moved out). Loss can be understood as a painful reaction to change - to losing someone or some parts of ourselves. People grieve in different ways, there is no "right" path which can be frustrating. Let me help guide you through your grieving process.

Atlas Therapy, M.A., RP, OAMHP
Grief Counsellor

Atlas Therapy, M.A., RP, OAMHP

Registered Psychotherapist

82 County Rd. 42, Lakeshore, Ontario N0R 1K0 | 6477733180

Grieving a loved one and the pain associated with loss is something we can never be prepared for and yet something we all face in our lives. At Atlas Therapy, we help individuals to work through the grief and manage the difficult emotions that come with losing a loved one, a family member or a friend. Often times we are asked how long this process will take but the truth is it is different and unique for everyone. What we can say is that we can be there to help support you with understanding and compassion along the way.

Robyn Hodge, MSW RSW
Grief Counsellor

Robyn Hodge, MSW RSW

Registered Social Worker

829 Ottawa Street, Windsor, Ontario N8X 2C7 | 12267738807

Grief is a natural reaction loss. When you are in the emotional pendulum of a grief reaction, anger, guilt, sorrow and despair can feel debilitating. These complex emotions can occur after the loss of a loved one, a close relationship, a beloved pet, a specific event, or the loss of a future plan. I will strive to help clear the fog and make room for healthy strategies to cope with your loss.

Tracie Gignac, MSW, RSW, PMH-C
Grief Counsellor

Tracie Gignac, MSW, RSW, PMH-C

Registered Social Worker

12201 Tecumseh Road East , Windsor , Ontario N8N 1M3 | 519-551-0794

Experiencing a loss, whether it is of a loved one, pet, career, way of life, etc., can be one of the most difficult things to process and find our way back from. Working through it alone makes it even harder. I am here to support you through loss and grief and let you know that it is ok to feel what you feel and to not be ok right now. Loss hits us hard and we need to talk about it and get our often complicated feelings out. Please know that I am here for you whenever you are ready to talk.

Jennifer Poisson, MACP, RP, CCDP, CCTP-II
Grief Counsellor

Jennifer Poisson, MACP, RP, CCDP, CCTP-II

Registered Psychotherapist

2525 Roseville Garden Dr., Suite 204, Windsor, Ontario N8T 3J8 | 519-560-7981

When somebody close to us dies, it is normal to experience a range of feelings. People often associate loss with feelings of sadness. However, it is also normal to experience anger, shock, anxiety, guilt, blame or sometimes even relief when someone dies. I see mourning not as something which starts and ends, but as something that changes form over the course of time. Throughout our work together, I will help you work through tasks of mourning (which are not necessarily completed in this order): 1. Accept the reality of the loss and to process the pain of grief. 2. Adjust to a world without the deceased. 3. Find ways to celebrate the deceased while moving forward with life.


Compassionate Bereavement Services in Windsor, ON.

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

Windsor is located in Ontario, Canada. It has a land area of 146.38 square kilometers.  The population of Windsor is 217,188 people with 91,632 households . The population ranking for Windsor is #23 nationally and #10 for the province of Ontario with a density of 1483.80 people per sq km. Windsor therapists serve postal code: N8W.