Grief and Loss Counseling in Bull Mountain, OR.

Therapy and bereavement services in Bull Mountain, OR. Find real help with the right therapist.


Grief Counselor

Jacqueline Ilana Bradford, MA LMFT (intern) NCC

Marriage Couples and Family Therapist

Within driving distance of Bull Mountain

It is my belief that no two people grieve the same way. It also takes time to grieve and to process many unanswered questions. I have over 30 years of experience working with those who have lost, parents, spouses, and children. I personally have worked through the loss of parents and 2 children. I will work collaboratively with you taking as long as you need to process your grief until you can find ways to embrace life again.

Grief Counselor

David Anderson, MA, LPC, NCC

LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor)

Within driving distance of Bull Mountain

Each individual experiences and accepts grief and loss differently; there is no cookie cutter approach that applies to all of us. Together, we will discover where you are on the path of healing from grief and loss. It can be a very bumpy and confusing road to travel; I believe non one should have to travel it alone. Together we will walk toward healing and restoration.

Grief Counselor

Katje Wagner, PhD, LPC

Holistic Psychotherapist, Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Bull Mountain

Loss can be devastating and tragic. Whether the death of a loved one, the end of a relationship, losing a job or home, or even letting go of a role or identity that no longer suits you, loss can rattle us to the core and disrupt every corner of our lives. What can we do when our lives are shaken? Often we try to brush ourselves off and push on, or find that no one really understands and we feel terribly alone. But you do not have to go through this alone. It is important to give yourself space, time, and support for the many feelings and experiences that accompany such significant changes. Together we will discover what you need to care for and work through this important time in your life.

Grief Counselor

Jon Fox, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Bull Mountain

Loss of a loved one, a family member, a pet, a relationship, a job is painful and can cause you to feel sadness, anxiety, anger, guilt, shame, confusion, regret, or full on depression. Through our work together you can find strength and resilience to engage in your life in a meaningful way again. You'll learn how to be compassionate to yourself, find the social supports you need, and learn coping skills to manage these strong emotions.

Grief Counselor

Judith Potts, M.A,

Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Certified Coach

Within driving distance of Bull Mountain

Each person feels loss in a unique way. There is no right or wrong way to grieve, no time limit, no emotion that is inappropriate. There are many different kinds of loss, not just the loss of a loved one. Perhaps you are grieving the loss of a pet, a relationship that ended, a child moving away, a close friendship, the home you've lived in for many years, a long-term career or job. Perhaps you've experienced a miscarriage, a personal or family health crisis or chronic illness, a child born with health problems. Any loss that is significant to you is important. If you feel stuck in handling a loss, I can help you process your feelings and move through grief to a more peaceful place.

Grief Counselor

Barry McVay, M.A. - LPC - State of Oregon

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Bull Mountain

Grief galvanizes us from the vibrancy of our lives. I work gently my clients through this natural human experience with understanding, compassion, and patience; helping them endure this painful experience while safely assisting them to transcend this journey through a deeper understanding, acceptance, and reconciliation – experiencing eventual healing and forgiveness.

Grief Counselor

Mary Krug, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Bull Mountain

It is common for family members to berate themselves about what they could have done, or what they did, to the person who has passed. While this gives the illusion of control,that if the grieving person could just have done this or that, they could have changed the outcome, this mode of thinking is actually a trap which can prolong the grieving process. I help bereaved people remove obstacles to the normal grieving process so that they can move through it and come to acceptance and peace.

Grief Counselor

Katrina Barnes, MA, LMFT

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Within driving distance of Bull Mountain

Grief can grab us when there is loss of who or what we love. I have found my own healing comes through honoring that relationship, individual, identity or role. Mourning can include emotion, expression and action that can tie the past to the present and future. Together we can become aware of how to tell and connect these stories in a meaningful way.

Grief Counselor

Diane Calder, Registered State of Oregon

Clinical Mental Health Counselor, MA

Within driving distance of Bull Mountain

Grief and Loss can trigger a variety of health concerns. Talking about issues of grief and loss in session help integrate the emotion center of our brain with the side which organizes and makes sense of the emotional content. One way to do this is through talk therapy which, over time, can help people process periods of grief and loss which are a part of all of our lives. This is especially important when people are also dealing with current or past trauma which can magnify periods of grief or loss. Finding a counselor with whom one can share one's deepest pain is especially important in this case, ensuring one receives help without overwhelming their closest friends and family.

Grief Counselor

Caroline Resari, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Within driving distance of Bull Mountain

Grief is not a linear process. It is something that has many levels, filters and meandering pathways. After losing someone or something people often say, "Get over it" or "Move on." If you could you would. And sometimes you may not want to. If you want help navigating this pathway in your life, I offer tools to go through it versus trying to get over it or ignore it, giving you space to explore and express. Amazing things happen when people are given loving presence.

Grief Counselor

Jeffrey Post-Holmberg, MA

Individual, Couples, Family Therapist

Within driving distance of Bull Mountain

When a client tells me about suffering from past trauma and loss, I ask them how they would like to feel instead. Many of them have forgotten that there could be another way to feel. Over the weeks, as we work together to discard their old harmful brain pathways, replacing them with new life-affirming positive ways of thinking and being, they are amazed. Reprocessing old harmful thought patterns through Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) is a great therapeutic tool. They make changes and move forward with new balance and love for themselves and others. This is true for parents suffering from the loss of a child, domestic violence victims, veterans, and spousal death.

Grief Counselor

Sarah Gregory, MA, LMHCA

MA Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Bull Mountain

Wading through the grief process can be a painful journey, however it is my hope to provide a place for you to work through the emotions that arise in order to truly find healing. The good news is I fully believe this is completely possible! When working with grief and loss counseling, my clients are given space to learn about the mourning process in order to grieve in a healthy, honoring way. This looks different for each person, however often it involves a combination of psychoeducation (learning about your experience) as well as open, safe space to process your unique emotions during this difficult, and at times, confusing, experience.

Grief Counselor

Ross Cohen, MA, LPC, LLC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within driving distance of Bull Mountain

Nothing in life compares to the pain of losing someone (or something) that was dear to your heart. As painful as a significant loss is, with support and guidance, you can move through the emotional pain and come to peace with your loss. From a trauma perspective, grief and loss issues are seen as a major trauma. Fortunately, the grief process can be significantly aided by the use of highly effective trauma processing modalities that I use (e.g. EMDR, Brainspotting, Energy Psychology). The ultimate goal of the grief work that I do is to help you feel understood and supported as you move through, come to terms with, and make sense of your grief.



Compassionate Bereavement Services in Bull Mountain, OR.

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

Bull Mountain is located in Washington County, Oregon. It has a land area of 1.96 square miles and a water area of 0.00 square miles.  The population of Bull Mountain is 8,977 people with 3,097 households and a median annual income of $96,976. .


Therapy Affordability Meter for Bull Mountain, OR

Very Affordable

Booking a weekly counseling session with a licensed therapist in Bull Mountain is not a large financial issue for the majority of people in this area. Sustaining a commitment to mental health treatment is easily accessible for the average family, but ask your therapist if there are any concerns as many will accept insurance or even offer sliding scale fees