Therapy and counseling for grief and loss in 28114.

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Cynthia Van Wingerden, PhD, RN

Licensed Pastoral Counselor, Certified Life Coach

Life in Abundance, Simpsonville, South Carolina 29681

Grieving is a gift from God to us to manage our loss. It is normal, and it is progressive, and its character changes with time. But sometimes the grieving process stalls, and we do not progress, we can get stuck. We will use Narrative/story therapy, work on forgiveness, the tangled web model, and other tools to begin to unravel the roadblock.

Leslie McKenna, M.S., L.P.C.

Licensed Professional Counselor

254 9th Ave Dr. NE, Hickory, North Carolina 28601

I have worked with many clients who have grappled with grief and loss, and my primary approach with this issue is to nurture a sense of safety in my clients during session so that they can connect with the creative intelligence within them that knows how to process loss in a healthy manner. I teach clients about "clean pain" vs "dirty pain" so that they can navigate through the grieving process without becoming entangled in the storytelling tendency of the mind that tends to prolong suffering.

Sharon Spivey, LISW-CP, BCPCC

Licensed Independent Social Worker

3150 South Highway 14, Greenville, South Carolina 29615

I use a variety of techniques with persons dealing with grief and loss depending on client's circumstances, level of trauma, faith base, and support system. Healing Prayer is always a part of my work with grief, but I also use imagery, mindfulness techniques, stress and trauma reduction, and emotional memory reconstruction. I have trained under Courtney Armstrong, LPC in transforming traumatic grief in situations of sudden or violent death of a loved one and tend to have good success in a relative short period of time.

Melissa Martin, MA, NCC, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

315 Main St. Ste. D, Pineville, North Carolina 29715

Divorce, death, break-ups, declining health, employment changes, all are types of grief and loss people may experience in their lifetime. No one is immune from experiencing loss and its subsequent emotions and reactions. Counseling can help you explore how grief and loss are impacting the quality of your life as well as help you to find meaningful ways to cope. Where do I go from here? What will my life be like now? How do I handle this crushing experience? Utilizing a strengths-based, culturally-sensitive approach, I can help you answer these questions and more. Please call for a free 30 minute consultation.

Chris Bailey, M.A. Professional Counseling

First Care Christian Counseling

121 Monroe White St (inside First Baptist Church), Fort Mill, South Carolina 29715

Dealing with grief from a loss from a death or another aspect of life can be very difficult and comes with many challenges. Often, this protective function of the mind helps us get through the most painful time of loss, allowing us to be able to deal with the situation until we are able to move forward. Sometimes, this process may continue longer than desired and people may need a little help to cope with all the many elements of grief and loss that they are experiencing. Sometimes, you just need to have someone help your family process together and find a new sense of normalcy.

Andrew Johnston, MDiv, MA, LPCI

Counselor

710 Pettigru St, Greenville, South Carolina 29601

Grief is a natural process, resulting from love. However, if grief becomes overwhelming, or it becomes "stuck," having someone to assist can be helpful. My approach to "walk beside" the grieving person, so that the experience is not overwhelming, nor is it repressed. A healthy grief process should move one eventually toward a place of gratitude, forgiveness, and peace.

Endora Crawford, Ph.D.

Life Coach

Dilworth, Charlotte, North Carolina 28203

Loss comes in many forms; death, divorce, a home, or a job and everyone grieves in a different way. One common thing is that it can be lonely and frightening. Life coaching for grief and loss with me will provide you with validation of the many emotions you are feeling, comfort and support through the grieving process, and permission to let joy back in your heart and happiness back in your life.

Heather Hall, MSW, LCSW

Psychotherapist

4724 Park Rd, Suite A, Charlotte, North Carolina 28209

Clients of all ages struggling with grief & loss may benefit from our work together. For children and teens, I utilize creative and play-based techniques to help them process and make meaning of the loss or grief they may be experiencing. I may also integrate such techniques into my work with adults, depending upon their preferences. Contact me today for more information on how I may be able to assist in issues surrounding with grief & loss.

Amanda Shanks, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

6845 Fairview Road, Charlotte, North Carolina 28210

The loss of someone or something important to you can be an overwhelmingly painful experience. The range of emotions experienced while grieving can be confusing and difficult to manage. I provide a safe and supportive environment to find healing for those going through the grief process. If you have lost a loved one, don’t hesitate to call for a free phone consultation or to set up an appointment.

Robin Fine, MSW, LCSWA

Clinical Social Worker and Psychotherapist

6809 Fairview Road, Charlotte, North Carolina 28210

It is natural for individuals to mourn a loss, but when this period of time lasts too long, treatment might be necessary. I work with my clients to help them move through the natural phases of grief and learn how to come out the other end. Don't stay buried in the grief... it will become an unnecessary life sentence if not treated. Call me today and let's get on the path to your treatment.

Samantha King, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

18515 Statesville Road #C-01, Cornelius, North Carolina 28031

The Experiential model of working through the Bereavement process to Grief provides a safe and structured environment for the client to teach the therapist about their personal experience. Experiential techniques allow for the emotional healing and self- compassion desired when working through grief. The mindfulness component of the experiential approach places focus on the present externalizing of emotions, thoughts, and behaviors to help the client experience the process holistically with the outcome of acceptance, self- kindness, and restructuring of new routines, new future, and new sense of self.

Christy Cole, MA, LPCA

Professional Counseling Associate

18805 W. Catawba Ave. , Cornelius, North Carolina 28031

You cannot control the waves, but you can learn how to surf. I believe in an integrative approach, tailored to you. In a culture that often avoids talking about loss, therapy offers support in a safe and nonjudgmental environment. It is the opportunity to begin the healing process in sharing your story, coping skills to help you through the most difficult days of your grief journey, the opportunity to discover new traditions and ideas to keep loved ones present in your heart and memories, permission to grieve and permission to live a productive life.

Geoffrey Bullock, LCSW

Marriage and Couples Therapist

70 Woodfin Pl Suite 232, Asheville, North Carolina 28801

Grief is part of life, occurring anytime we lose something precious to us. Obviously when we lose loved ones, but also from losing pets, friendships, jobs - even hopes or dreams. Since everyone experiences loss, learning to manage grief is important to live life fully. Otherwise even small losses may automatically cause debilitating sadness by connecting to our unresolved grief. Often even caring friends or family become uncomfortable if you express grief to them, because it triggers unfinished grief in their own life. Professional counselors understand the grief process and are prepared to stay fully present with you, as you move through these deeply challenging times of life.

James Colvin, M.Div., LMFT

Psychotherapist, Marriage & Family Therapist

16 Arlington St., Asheville, North Carolina 28801

I have had 25 years of experience counseling persons in grief and loss. Even though grief is painful, I remind clients that it is not forever as I help them understand the various aspects and the process. It can be healing to know that you are not going through the whole thing alone. Sometimes loss stirs up other issues, but usually it doesn't, and can be negotiated more quickly than the initial pain seems to indicate. Sometimes working with the body is very helpful in loss, and I help clients relese tension they may not have been aware of. I am here to be present, to be a guide and to help you through the entire process.

Sheila Mckeon, MA, LPC, LCAS

Licensed Professional Therapist

7 beaverdam rd suite 205, Asheville, North Carolina 28804

I utilize emdr and hypnotherapy to assist clients to increase connections in their life and decrease isolation and heartbreak. EMDR decreases the shock and pain of grief and any trauma related to the loss and the relationship with the loved ones. Hypnotherapy helps heal and soften the loss and grief and increases resources internally and externally

Megan Stanton, MA, LPCA, LCASA

Licensed Professional Counselor

2 S Main St, #30, Weaverville, North Carolina 28787

Whether it is a family member, friend, or pet, losing a loved one is always difficult. Loss can also be experienced when we end an intimate relationship or are disconnected from a loved one. Each of us is unique in our grief process. There is no right or wrong way to grieve. Recovering from grief takes time. A counselor can help in processing the feelings associated with grief by providing a listening ear, guidance, support, and tools for recovery.

Natalie Huston, MA, NCC, LPC

Licenced Professional Counselor

1126 Sam Newell Rd, Suite A, Matthews, North Carolina 28105

When we are going through grief, we need someone to be present with us in our pain. We need someone who will sit with us in our experience and help us name what is happening, because it doesn't always make sense. The swirl of thoughts and emotions and how it is affecting us needs to be heard and allowed to be present. We don't always get that from family or friends, or we have responsibilities with them that makes it complicated. Here, you can just be you, with all the mess and heartache, and you will have unlimited tissues, coping skills, support, guidance, and discover meaning through the process.

Blake Clemmons, MA, LPCA

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

My aim as a grief and loss therapist is to come alongside my clients with compassion and a listening ear. It is amazing to see how sharing ones story with a caring and attentive listener can lead to healing and growth. While many well intentioned friends may offer advise on how to move forward, my perspective is to help my clients grieve in a healthy way by offering a supportive environment where they are free to express what they are really thinking and feeling without judgement. While sharing their story of loss many also find hope and meaning in the midst of their grief.

Stephen Ellis, Ph.D

Licensed Christian Counselor

109 Leader Dr., Piedmont, South Carolina 29673

Every one suffers grief at any type of loss. Some are obvious, i.e. death of a spouse, child, or family member or friend. Other types of loss are not so easily defined, i.e. job loss, relationship loss, or even some security issues. The client will benefit from understanding the stages of grief and how to cope with the loss in a Biblical way. Practical and relevant application of Biblical principles are given with clear instructions on how to approach healing and recovery.

Jennifer Roach, MA, LPCA

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

18805 W. Catawba Ave, Suite 206, Cornelius, North Carolina 28027

Grief is experienced differently for every person. Therefore, it is important for me to understand the context around the loss and how the individual needs to experience the loss in order to move through it. I move at the pace of the client through this difficult process. We will give importance and remembrance to the loss and work through it together.

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