Grief and Loss Counselling in Regina, SK.

Therapy and bereavement services in Regina, SK. Find real help with the right therapist.


Noreen McGratten, BSW, RSW, MC, CCC
Grief Counsellor

Noreen McGratten, BSW, RSW, MC, CCC

Registered Social Worker; Certifed Canadian Counsellor

North West Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan S4X 2P7 | 306-535-8677

Grief is a natural reaction to loss. The death of a loved one is a major source of grief that leads individuals to Counselling, but grief results from many other losses as well. Grief is also very individual and everyone experiences grief in very individual and unique ways. Counselling is a safe place to begin to accept the reality of the loss. One can experience, explore memories and share emotions related to the loss. In counselling one can also explore small steps, both practical and emotional to adjust to the new reality and move toward the future.

Colette Pelletier, M.Ed.
Grief Counsellor

Colette Pelletier, M.Ed.

Registered Psychologist

310-2445 13th Avenue, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 0W1 | 306-536-6975

After a significant loss or trauma, many people experience intense, sometimes incapacitating sadness and grief. Grief is usually a natural healing process; however, it can be experienced as immensely overwhelming when we have lost someone close to us or when our grief is complicated. My approach to supporting someone in the process of grieving is to help them learn strategies to be able to tolerate the wave of emotions that are inherent in grieving.

Cristina Dumitrescu, MEd, R.Psych.
Grief Counsellor

Cristina Dumitrescu, MEd, R.Psych.

Registered Psychologist

2445 13th Avenue, suite # 310, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 0W1 | 306 551 1861

Cristina uses a mindfulness approach to help you cope with losing a loved one, or to cope with loss of independence, or living with a chronic illness. Cristina will help you understand ambiguous loss. She will provide emotional support and will help you recreate a new lifestyle based on discovering the magnificence of the present moment. There are no problems in the present. If you pay attention, you realize that the problems are in the past or in the future, not in the present. You will learn how to make sense of your loss, how to move on, while still coping with the pain of your loss. You will find the necessary strength to rebuild your new life.

Elisabeth Scheepers, Elisabeth Scheepers
Grief Counsellor

Elisabeth Scheepers, Elisabeth Scheepers

Registered Clinical Counsellor and Professional Coach

2710 Angus Boulevard, Regina, Saskatchewan S4T 2A7 |

Elisabeth Scheepers is an experienced grief counsellor. Although grief can be perceived as a normal part of life, many clients experience intense and complicated grief reactions. With the help of an experienced counsellor they will feel understood and supported. Clients are given resources and tools that help them to cope and function better through the entire grief process.

Bev Wolfe, MSW, RSW
Grief Counsellor

Bev Wolfe, MSW, RSW

Registered Social Worker

#110 - 1440 Broadway Avenue, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 1E2 | 306-531-9812

I allow you the time and space to explore and express all the feelings and thoughts you are having with regard to your loss. I anchor your experience to the grief cycle and I create hope that you will come through your grief. It’s important to me to honour your journey by way of complete acceptance of your mourning and your unique path through. Using talk therapy, journalling, narrative therapy and art therapy can be effective ways to express the array of thoughts and feelings you are having. As well, designing meaningful rituals aimed at commemorating your loss can help you feel better. By honoring your loss, in your own way, in your own time, will be key in moving through loss.

Lola Miller, MAMFC, APC, CCPS
Grief Counsellor

Lola Miller, MAMFC, APC, CCPS

Cert Clinical Partner Spclst

2114 College Ave Regina or 4 Diamond Road , Emerald Park, Saskatchewan S4P 1C5 | 306-527-3238

Major losses are never “done”. When we can’t deal with devastating loss or trauma we may repress it. This psychological pain recurs & if further repressed, may become physical pain, psychosomatic illness or depression that we don't understand. Some of the most devastating losses, like those seen in sex addiction, or abuse come from our closest relationships & these can be the hardest to process. If we or our spouse have been unfaithful or we've been abused, we may need to mourn the traumatic change in relationship. You & I will work together to enable you to be strong enough to face your darkest hours & disarm the grief so that you can start to heal and be prepared for a brighter future.

Mary Ross, M.Ed., Registered Psychologist
Grief Counsellor

Mary Ross, M.Ed., Registered Psychologist

Registered Psychologist

#310 2445 13th Ave. (Franciscan Place), Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 1W0 | 306-522-2272

Grief is a normal response to loss. it is a process that takes time, and involves several phases. Loss occurs to everyone regarding a variety of life circumstances. In Grief and Loss Therapy I can help clients to understand their grief and the losses they are facing. I can help them to understand that what they are experiencing, and how they are feeling is normal and explainable. I can help clients find new meaning in their lives through the process of grief.

Sidney McGillicky, MSW, RSW
Grief Counsellor

Sidney McGillicky, MSW, RSW

Counsellor/Therapist

1701 College Ave, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 1B8 | 306-551-0371

Grief is associated with feelings of sadness, yearning, guilt, regret, and anger, among others. Some people may experience a sense of meaninglessness, and others can feel a sense of relief. Emotions are often surprising in their strength or mildness, and they can also be confusing, such as when a person misses a painful relationship. No one way of grieving is better than any other. Some people are more emotional and dive into their feelings; others are stoic and may seek distraction from dwelling on an unchangeable fact of living. While many difficult and complicated emotions are associated with the grieving process, experiences of joy, contentment, and humor are not absent during this difficult time. Self-compassion, physical exercise, and strong social...(view profile to read more)

Beve Gardner, MA, CPCA, MPCC #3519
Grief Counsellor

Beve Gardner, MA, CPCA, MPCC #3519

Registered Clinical Counsellor

Lebell and Associates 2114 College Ave, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 1C5 | 306-359-6111

Grief and loss can be overwhelming and counselling can help you work through the process and help you cope. Losing someone through death or them leaving impacts every part of your life. Counselling will enable you to let go, deal with unresolved issues that may be present with your relationship to your loved one and move forward with your life while embracing the life of the person you have lost.

Cindy Werner, M.Div., M.Couns.
Grief Counsellor

Cindy Werner, M.Div., M.Couns.

Bereavement & Trauma Counsellor

1440 Fleury Street, Regina, Saskatchewan S4N 5B1 | 306-580-3885

I know from experience how hard it is walking to and through something that is painful in our lives. It's tough because our natural response is to turn away from those things that hurt. However, if we don't walk to and through, grief has this incessant way of hanging its' hat wherever we are. We can run but we can't hide. I also know from experience the release one feels when we face those losses in our lives. I'd be lying if I said this was easy because it's not. But please know, it is so worthwhile. Loss changes us but it doesn't have to define us. I would be privileged to walk with you as we gently and compassionately work through your life losses because you are worth it.

Maureen Martens, BFA, B.Ed, MA, CPC, CCAC, ICADC,
Grief Counsellor

Maureen Martens, BFA, B.Ed, MA, CPC, CCAC, ICADC,

Certified Professional Counsellor

346 EAST College Ave., Regina, Saskatchewan S4N 0V8 | 306-789-8299

When we risk loving another person we also risk losing them. Losing a loved one can be one of the most painful & difficult heartaches that we can go through in our lifetime. Whether it's a child, a parent, a spouse, a grandparent, or someone else to whom we are close; whether the death was sudden & unexpected or whether it had been long anticipated, our loss cannot be compared to the loss of someone else. Each person's grief is unique as is the process. Maureen understands the grieving process from a professional & personal perspective with the loss of her parents, spouse & young grandchild. She supports you with compassion, respect, & understanding as she works with you through your grief.

Todd Sojonky, Ph.D., R.D., Psychologist
Grief Counsellor

Todd Sojonky, Ph.D., R.D., Psychologist

Registered Doctoral Psychologist

3018 Doan Drive, Regina, Saskatchewan S4V 1M1 | 306-737-6533

Mindfulness based cognitive behavioral therapy allows us to understand the depth and challenges that are a part of grief and loss. You will discover tools which will allow you to understand the stages of grief which are unique to you. In a caring and supportive environment you will move toward healing and hope. This work can be done successfully as individuals or in groups. You will make significant gains in understanding your grief and loss!

Christine Gatzke, M.Ed, R. Psych (Prov.)
Grief Counsellor

Christine Gatzke, M.Ed, R. Psych (Prov.)

Registered Psychologist (Provisional) #1003; Certified Attachment Therapist

#25-901 1st Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 1Y4 | 306-380-7284

We all experience grief and loss differently, at different rates and in different ways. As a clinician, I approach clients as a unique individual providing practical tools and approaches trained in (e.g., EMDR, EFT, Heartmath, etc), in order to best support each and every individual's needs. Style: compassionate, non-judgmental, supportive, and collaborative in nature.



Compassionate Bereavement Services in Regina, SK.

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

Regina is located in Saskatchewan, Canada. It has a land area of 179.97 square kilometers.  The population of Regina is 215,106 people with 87,417 households . The population ranking for Regina is #24 nationally and #2 for the province of Saskatchewan with a density of 1195.20 people per sq km. Regina therapists serve postal code: S4R.