Jonathan Gerard, DMin
Rabbi, DMinReady for change? Let's Get Started
208 Sunset Dr, Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27516
Feelings of grief and loss are normal--up to a point. When a client comes for help because their grief is interfering with their lives beyond a reasonable mourning period, it is often caused by the "loose strings" and uncompleted issues in a relationship which now can never be healed. My goal in helping people with grief involves helping them to accept their loss by living the life their loved one would want them to live and, in doing so, to honor the highest values of their loved one--whose voice is now living within the client.
Katy Sampson, Ph.D.
Licensed PsychologistReady for change? Let's Get Started
Durham, North Carolina 27713
The experience of losing a cherished friend, family member or loved one can be overwhelming. Feelings of sadness, anger, loneliness and even numbness are common during the grieving process. I help clients explore, process and find a way to better understand and cope with grief through supportive counseling set at the client's pace. I will assist you with getting through the day-to-day challenges after loss in addition to working towards long term healing.
Tina Lepage, Psy.D.
Group Psychology & Psychiatry Practice Serving the Triangle for Over 15 YearsReady for change? Let's Get Started
LEPAGE ASSOCIATES PSYCHOLOGICAL & PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES, 5842 Fayetteville Road, Suite 106, Durham, North Carolina 27713
Losing someone you have loved is very painful. Many difficult emotions may arise such as fear, anger, shock, uncertainty about your own mortality, guilt, etc. It is normal and natural to go through a period of time where you feel the loss at a very deep level. It is important to let yourself feel the loss instead of avoiding or coping with it in unhealthy ways. It is also important to know that these feelings will lessen, and you may find that your loss may turn into an opportunity for deep discovery. Everyone is different; therefore, everyone’s length of time and style of grieving is different. But, there is no shame in asking for support if you feel your grief is causing a significant chan