Therapy and counseling for grief and loss in 28741.

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Stephen Ellis, Ph.D

Licensed Christian Counselor
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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.

Andrew Johnston, MDiv, MA, LPCI

Counselor
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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.

Benita A. Esposito, MA, Licensed Professional Counselor

Licensed Professional Counselor and Life Coach
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48 Haralson Place, Suite 3, Blairsville, Georgia 30512

When a beloved person or pet dies, our hearts hurt, sometimes very badly. The loss and grief can be so deep we think we won't ever get over it. Depression, anger, and confusion are common symptoms. We're more vulnerable to getting sick because intense emotions can wreak havoc with our immune systems. You don't have to go through this alone. I'm a safe person with whom to feel all your emotions, even the ones you think you shouldn't have. I won't tell you "just get over it." I'll show you how to resolve the grief as quickly as possible, all the while, honoring your own process and your own timing. You can learn to feel whole again.

Sharon Spivey, LISW-CP, BCPCC

Licensed Independent Social Worker
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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.

James Colvin, M.Div., LMFT

Psychotherapist, Marriage & Family Therapist
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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.

Geoffrey Bullock, LCSW

Marriage and Couples Therapist
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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.

Megan Stanton, LPCA, LCAS-R, NCC, CSAPC

Licensed Professional Counselor
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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.

Amanda Gilliam, M.S.

Licensed Marital & Family Therapist
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The fluidity of grief can present in a wide range of emotions. This response to loss in our lives can be painful, raw, and unfair. It is important for individuals who are in the midst of grief and loss to utilize support and process the experiences that are not understood or seem impossible to get through. Whether you are facing the loss of a loved one, grieving unmet hopes or expectations, or finding your new normal after loss, you are capable of finding your strength and adopting a new sense of your identity.

Sarah Bryan, Board Certified Christian Counselor

Board Cert. Christian Counselor, CTC
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Gainesville, Georgia 30506

Grief is a natural response to loss. A loss of any magnitude can trigger grief--from losing a loved one to losing a job, from ending a relationship to a significant financial loss. Grieving poorly can lead to unresolved and unprocessed pain that lasts a lifetime. On the other hand, grieving well is one of the most important skills in life and can lead to lasting healing and wholeness. Call Sarah for an appointment (770) 548-3034.

Cynthia Van Wingerden, PhD, RN

Licensed Pastoral Counselor, Certified Life Coach
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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.

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