Grief and Loss Counselling in Chelsea, QC.

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


Chantal Theberge, MSW, RSW
Grief Counsellor

Chantal Theberge, MSW, RSW

Registered Clinical Social Worker, EMI Practitioner

In K1P 5M9 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Losing someone you love can be the most painful experience. While grieving, you may experience all kinds of emotions, from anger to sadness. The lost of your love one may seem like your world just fell apart and you cannot imagine having a normal life again; remind yourself that this is all about grieving. Grieving is a process and can be very different from one person to another. But for sure, it takes some time and patience. An important thing that can help you go through the pain, is to have support and an ear to listen. I will provide a safe place to let your heart speak and I will help you identify ways that will help to smoothen your pain.

Lindsay Malleck, RP
Grief Counsellor

Lindsay Malleck, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

In K1Z 6G8 - Nearby to Chelsea.

When we loose someone, a job, or a situation turns out differently than we had hoped, it can leaved us at a standstill. Grief and loss have no linear pathway towards healing; unique to each person, the healing and grieving process can be enhanced when done alongside another who is able to hold space for the pain, the hurt and the anguish that results from loss.

Rebecca Wabischewich, Hons. BA, MPH, MACP
Grief Counsellor

Rebecca Wabischewich, Hons. BA, MPH, MACP

Registered Psychotherapist

In K1P 5G3 - Nearby to Chelsea.

While a natural response to loss, grief often leaves us feeling completely out of control - sometimes even scared of our feelings. It can be terrifying to think about falling into a dark place - especially if it's somewhere we've been before. Howe As if grief on its own isn't difficult enough, we sometimes experience a sense of pressure that comes with grief: something that makes us wonder if how we are grieving is normal or even acceptable. Addressing your grief can be nerve-wracking, whether you've been actively grieving or avoiding grieving. You may feel lost, abandoned, confused or heartbroken. These feelings are normal and understandable; and, you don't need to go through them alone.

Christine Vestervelt, M.A. (Psych.), M.A. (Past.St.)
Grief Counsellor

Christine Vestervelt, M.A. (Psych.), M.A. (Past.St.)

Clinical Psychological Associate

In K0A 1K0 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Clients have told me they find it beneficial when I help them to understand the grieving process which includes shock, sadness, anger and acceptance. I help and encourage clients to work through each of these stages, as opposed to trying to avoid or distract themselves from their grief. Putting your loss "on a shelf" may be an adaptive coping strategy temporarily, but long-term you will likely find yourself stuck or stagnating.

Cynthia Schoppmann, MA, RP, CCC
Grief Counsellor

Cynthia Schoppmann, MA, RP, CCC

Registered Psychotherapist and Canadian Certified Counsellor

In K1B 5R2 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Helping clients go through the stages of grief and loss by validating their experience and educating them on what these stages consist of and strategies to help them cope with the variety of emotions that they will be processing through this difficult time. Also helping clients recognize that grief and loss are a part of any type of loss that we may encounter, whether it be the loss of a relationship, loss of a job, loss of a loved one, etc.

Zahra Nafar, MACP
Grief Counsellor

Zahra Nafar, MACP

Registered Psychotherapist

In K1P 5G4 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Grief and loss are parts of life, and yet, everyone grieves in their own way. Grief can be complicated by other conditions, most notably depression. The person’s level of dependency on the departed can also cause complications. The grieving process often involves many difficult and complicated emotions. Yet joy, contentment, and humour do not have to be a lost memory. I work with you to help you recover from grief and loss and find your way back to feeling joyful again.

François Levert, MA, MA
Grief Counsellor

François Levert, MA, MA

Therapist

In K1J 9C4 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Often grief and loss is often about honoring the past and transitioningredients to what's next. What'services next isnt always staright forward It is easy to lose sight of who we are and what we want out of life. While theretaining is opportunity for growth, it is often shrouded in pain and suffering and the proverbial light at the end of the tunnel just doesn't seem to be there. However therapy can help. Together we can see how we can honour the past and redefine your future.

Pamela Lee, BA, MA Counselling Psychology
Grief Counsellor

Pamela Lee, BA, MA Counselling Psychology

Psychotherapist

In K1J 1B6 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Losing someone that you love can be totally life altering. It is a uniquely painful experience that brings so many emotions, and yet at times, can leave you feeling totally empty and numb on the inside. I understand that grief can be very messy and that it looks different for every person. My desire is to support you and help you journey through your loss in a way that fits for you. I will also seek to gently guide you through the necessary steps of grief in order for you to experience relief, peace and emotional well being. There's a quote, I'm not sure who said it but it applies well, "I will help you keep on living until you feel alive again!"

Casper Watras, MACP, BSc
Grief Counsellor

Casper Watras, MACP, BSc

Registered Psychotherapist (Q)

In K1Y 1N8 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Grief, loss, and bereavement, whether it is the passing of a loved one, the end of a career, or the falling-apart of a relationship are all similar: we are losing or have lost an important part of our lives. Understanding the emotions, feelings, and behaviours we have when we experience grief and bereavement is part of helping us accept what has occurred, why we feel the way that we are feeling, and what is next for us. In working with clients on grief, loss, and bereavement it is important to understand that the way we process these experiences is unique to each person, and the pillar of respect is paramount.

Tory Baker-Reed, MSW
Grief Counsellor

Tory Baker-Reed, MSW

Therapist/Registered Social Worker (MSW) and Clinical Director of the Thrive Centre

In K2P 1J6 - Nearby to Chelsea.

As a person who has navigated many of life's challenges, I understand the struggle of grief and loss both as a person with lived experience and a professional. My experience in safe emotion release work (Psychodramatic Bodywork) can assist with helping to address the deep feelings related to this topic. Grief and loss are deeply personal experiences, and there is no one way to cope or navigate the experiences. Lets work together during this difficult time.

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

Sandra Forbes, M.Sc., RSW, RPO,

Registered Psychotherapist, Couple & Family Therapist, Social Worker

In K0A 3M0 - 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.

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

Suzanne More Kerr, MA (C Psych), CCC, RP #3526
Grief Counsellor

Suzanne More Kerr, MA (C Psych), CCC, RP #3526

Marriage & Family & Individual Psychotherapist

In K2P 1V4 - 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.

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.

Erefaa Ogbuaku Jnr, BSc., GDip., MA, RP(Q), C.C.C.
Grief Counsellor

Erefaa Ogbuaku Jnr, BSc., GDip., MA, RP(Q), C.C.C.

Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying)

In K1C 1T1 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Grief is a normal response to loss. It’s the emotional pain you feel when something or someone you care about is no longer present in your life. Sometimes, the pain of loss can feel devastating. You may feel different types of sudden emotions, such as disbelief, anger, responsibility, shock, and deep sadness. There is also another phase of grief which is accepting and moving forward with life and I can support you through that process.

Carolann M Trainor, MAPC, RP, MASp, MBA
Grief Counsellor

Carolann M Trainor, MAPC, RP, MASp, MBA

Registered Psychotherapist & Pastoral Psychotherapist

In K1R 5T4 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Grief and loss is hard, it is difficult and we all experience it in many phases of our life span. There is no right or wrong in grieving or any length of time however, there is life and hope after! It is learning to accept the grief, feel it and then move on with either with professional help or your own path to moving forward with your life.

Carlos De La Parra Huerta, MA, CCC, MFT, RP
Grief Counsellor

Carlos De La Parra Huerta, MA, CCC, MFT, RP

CANADIAN CERTIFIED COUNSELLOR

In K4A 0K8 - Nearby to Chelsea.

grief and loss can hurt a person as much as physical pain. In life e are constantly loosing and gaining people in our lives, whether they are friends, lovers, or a death. The important thing is how we deal with those losses and the way we heal them by dealing appropriately with the lack of connection or attachment. we need to see if there is the possibility of maintaining those attachments and if not how to heal them in us.

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.

Michaela Clermont, M.A., R.P. (Q)
Grief Counsellor

Michaela Clermont, M.A., R.P. (Q)

Registered Psychotherapist (Q)

In K2P 1B6 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Loving a loved-one may have a profound and debilitating effect on us. When working with those struggling with grief and loss, I have found that EMDR therapy is particularly beneficial. I work with clients to identify the particular aspects of the loss that is the most vivid, the negative self-beliefs held about the loss, and the attachment to the negative feelings. We then, collaboratively, work together to question the truth of these negative self-beliefs and dissolve the emotional pain surrounded by the loss. At the end of grief and loss therapy, clients have the potential of restoring the wonderful memories of their loved-ones, free from the pain of their departure.

Monica Meyer, M.Ed, CCC, RP
Grief Counsellor

Monica Meyer, M.Ed, CCC, RP

Counsellor/Therapist/Registered Psychotherapist

In K2K 1L1 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Grieving is the intense pining or yearning for the loss of anything; for example it could be a job, a particular time, your health, an object or a person. One can feel disbelief, shock, fear, anger, frustration, sadness, abandoned, hopeless, shame and/or humiliation. How is the loss affecting you? Any loss can be traumatic, life altering and difficult to cope with. The pain may never completely go away but it can be managed in a healthy way.

Michelle Berezny, M.A., RP, CCC
Grief Counsellor

Michelle Berezny, M.A., RP, CCC

Registered Psychotherapist, Canadian Certified Counsellor

In K2G 1G9 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Feelings of grief and loss are as unique as those experiencing them. Counselling support is similarly tailored to meet the unique needs and goals of the client. One may experience feelings of grief following the loss of a loved one, the loss of a relationship, the loss of a dream, or the loss of a career; while these situations can feel overwhelming, one does not have to move through this alone.

Marc Whitehouse, MSW, RSW
Grief Counsellor

Marc Whitehouse, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

In K1R 5P2 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Grief and Loss is a challenging area for many people because it is so unique to each person. I believe that the work centers around self-compassion where individuals learn to be kinder to themselves. Furthermore, I will collaborate with you to build an Activity Plan to ensure you continue to find purpose in your daily life. I will also teach you strategies that will help you improve your ability to focus on the present moment. Together we will find the best support plan to allow you to grieve while continuing to live a meaningful life!

Sandra Bernard, M.Div. Counselling, RP
Grief Counsellor

Sandra Bernard, M.Div. Counselling, RP

Registered Psychotherapist

In K2H 8T5 - Nearby to Chelsea.

Left alone grief and loss does not go away. It stay dormant and can affect your health. I help clients safely process their grief and loss using CBT and EFT. Many fear that if they start crying or talking about their loss that they will not stop. It takes more time and physical, mental & emotional energy to avoid dealing with your grief and loss than actually processing it. After processing the grief and loss, you may feel physically lighter, focus better and be less irritable. When you avoid processing grief and loss your focus is on the past and are less able to enjoy the present. Take back your life by going to counselling.


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.