Grief and Loss Counselling in Chelsea, QC.

Therapy and bereavement services in Chelsea, QC. Find real help with the right therapist.


Stephanie Dugdale, M.A., CCC
Grief Counsellor

Stephanie Dugdale, M.A., CCC

Individual and Couple Therapist

In K1N 6H6 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Clients experiencing grief and loss can often benefit from a supportive therapeutic process. It can allow a space to explore feelings without having to take care of anyone else-it is just for them. Clients can also explore blocks or complications to grieving that might be contributing to their struggle, for instance older traumas, difficulty with feeling or expressing their emotions.

Paul LeBlanc, MSW, RSW
Grief Counsellor

Paul LeBlanc, MSW, RSW

Therapist

In K1H 5Y6 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Grief is a growth experience. Clients entering into grief counselling in my practice will feel supported, and validated in there pain however, in the process of softenning the pain, will achieve personal growth. The pain of loss from separation, death, chronic illness is tangible and real, it does not however, have to be crippling rather through therapy grief can be a liberating, changing experience.

Anita Kaiser, MSW, RSW
Grief Counsellor

Anita Kaiser, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

In K2H 1B8 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Grief and loss are experienced not only through the death of a loved one. All major life changes (i.e. end of a relationship, job change, illness, etc.) can be experienced as a loss. Counselling can help to cope with major losses by learning what you can expect as you grieve and developing healthy strategies to take care of yourself through the stages of adjustment to loss.

Suzanne More Kerr, M.A. (C. Psych.), C.C.C.
Grief Counsellor

Suzanne More Kerr, M.A. (C. Psych.), C.C.C.

Marriage & Family & Individual Psychotherapist

In K2P 1V3 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Rather than drive our grief and loss underground or deep into our unconscious, therapy allows us to focus on the pain of our loss with all its multiple layers. Processing our thoughts with the spoken word rather than keeping them as mere mental reflections permits us to actively embrace our pain. We experience clarity and eventually direction to our grieving process. We can in time come to a place of sorrowful acceptance. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross gives us understanding of the grief and loss process in her Five Stages of Grief. However, it is important to note that these stages are not linear in their progression and are somewhat unique to each individual.

Sandra Forbes, M.Sc., RSW, RMFT
Grief Counsellor

Sandra Forbes, M.Sc., RSW, RMFT

Registered Couple & Family Therapist, Social Worker

In K2K 2E2 - Nearby to Chelsea.

The more you love the greater the pain of loss. Sandra Forbes and Associates at Relationship Solutions can help you remember with less pain. Our support, understanding and active practices tailored to your situation will honour your grief but free you to live more fully again. We know people do not "just get over" the pain of losing the opportunity to parent, losing a child, a life partner, a friend, a beloved pet or a family member. We can help you live with the loss you cannot control to a life where there is meaning again.

Richard Merrill Haney, M.Ed., Ph.D. (Counselling Therapy)
Grief Counsellor

Richard Merrill Haney, M.Ed., Ph.D. (Counselling Therapy)

Couple Counselling/Coaching and Family Mediation Specialist

In K1S 3X1 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Many of my clients have a very difficult time assimilating a deep loss in their lives especially when they have lost a dearly beloved family member. At the time of their loss they require immense support and a "listening" ear". They often fear that they will never recover. What I offer them is some hope for their future and I suggest some techniques to them of how to "take the long view." I also assist them in finding relevant resources in their local community that can support them through the following months and years. I remind them that the last thing that their departed loved one would want is for them to lose their motivation and zest. I empower them to go on fully living.

Meghan Simmons, MSW, RSW
Grief Counsellor

Meghan Simmons, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

In K1S 2H6 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Loss can feel overwhelming, ushering forward feelings of sadness, emptiness, guilt, and anger. Sometimes seeking a safe place to be able to express these feelings can help a person to begin to heal and re-build. It is important to me to support clients through these times of grief so that they can begin to feel whole again. With time and support, these feelings can become more manageable.

Gill Reilly, MSW, RSW, RMFT
Grief Counsellor

Gill Reilly, MSW, RSW, RMFT

Registered Marriage and family Therapist, Certified EMDR

In K2A 2V2 - Nearby to Chelsea.

I have worked extensively with the medically ill including Cancer patients. To adjust to a chronic illness is to grieve the loss of the healthy self and all that entails; to grieve the loss of a relationship; our work; anything of importance to us is to face pain of loss and move through it's tasks. I work in various models including relational, experiential, psycho-dynamic and Attachment based models to provide a safe, empathic environment for my clients to grow in.

Centre For Interpersonal Relationships
Grief Counsellor

Centre For Interpersonal Relationships

Registered Psychologists, Therapists, Counsellors

In K2P 1V3 - Nearby to Chelsea.

The Grief and Loss Service (GLS) at the Centre for Interpersonal Relationships (CFIR) offers clients counselling and psychotherapy to support them to address past and present grief and loss. Unprocessed grief and loss can affect our emotional well-being, our functioning in everyday life and our interpersonal relationships. We help you to understand the meanings of your losses, and to process the unresolved or complicated emotional residue from these losses. We support you throughout your grieving process so that you may move forward with your life with a renewed sense of meaning, purpose and hope. CFIR psychologists and clinicians employ psychodynamic and experiential approaches to support

Abundant Living Counselling Group
Grief Counsellor

Abundant Living Counselling Group

Counsellors

In K2G 0G3 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Grief can be a clinical issue as: 1) Immediate and profound loss-death of a loved one – including either a sudden and unexpected or drawn-out and exhausting loss or 2) Unresolved grief – often unacknowledged as well - to whatever degree- of losses as described in (1) or can reflect more nuanced emotional losses – loss of safety, hope, joy, etc. Human life is full of loss and in the face of this undeniable fact, the challenge for the therapist lies in assisting and challenging the grieving client, to find, from within themselves, meaning, as related to such a profound and overwhelming loss.

Courtney Smyth, M.Ed., CCC, RP
Grief Counsellor

Courtney Smyth, M.Ed., CCC, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

In K2H 8T5 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Experiencing grief and loss can be one of the most devastating experiences of one's life. Grief and loss does not necessarily mean the physical loss of a person, as we can experience loss in many other ways (take for example losing one's job, ending a relationship, or moving to a new city.) The way that I approach our work around grief and loss is to spend time exploring your reactions to the loss and providing a safe space to experience this. We will look at some strategies and tools you can use to manage the grief, however grief and loss work cannot be rushed, and may take some time before you begin to feel better.

Conny Barry, RP, M.Ed. (Counselling), CCC
Grief Counsellor

Conny Barry, RP, M.Ed. (Counselling), CCC

Can. Cert. Counsellor and Registered Psychotherapist

In K1H 5T7 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Grieving and Loss are life and living issues that are part of the normal challenges we face in our lifetime. The often irrational and overwhelming thoughts, feelings and behaviors associated with them can sometimes frighten and even paralyze us when they occur. In a supportive and empathic environment I help people demystify and understand these challenges and events so they can cope again.

Amanda Telford, MSW, RSW
Grief Counsellor

Amanda Telford, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

In K2M 0B1 - Nearby to Chelsea.

People grieve for many reasons: the death of a loved one, a family member being diagnosed with a life changing illness, the loss of a relationship or job, children growing up and leaving home, and many other changes that happen in life. Whatever your loss may be, we can walk the journey together as you explore the stages of grief, the meaning you attach to your loss, and how you can redefine yourself despite your profound loss. There are many approaches to use for grief and loss, including spirituality, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, and Interpersonal Therapy. Together, we will define what will work for your unique situation.



Compassionate Bereavement Services in Chelsea, QC.

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

Chelsea is located in Quebec, Canada. It has a land area of 113.77 square kilometers.  The population of Chelsea is 6,909 people with 2,610 households . The population ranking for Chelsea is #567 nationally and #140 for the province of Quebec with a density of 60.70 people per sq km. Chelsea therapists serve postal code: J9B.