Grief & Loss Counseling and Bereavement Services in Austin.


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Grief & Loss

Aggie Beasley, MA, BCB, CART, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

311 Lake Travis Business Park RR 620 S, Suite 102, Austin, TX 78734

A job loss, a close relative's or friend's move, a physical disability,a new stage in life are losses. Losses occur all through one's lifetime. Some losses can feel as if the ground upon which you stand is shaky and unreliable. Those losses bring about questions concerning identity and an unknown future. Meaningful losses involve close relationships. In counseling, you will find an opportunity to grieve that loss, an understanding of the symptoms of loss, and continue on the path of healing. Grieving is a roller coaster ride that some days will involve acceptance and other days involve anger, sadness, and aloneness.

Grief & Loss

Ann McIntosh, MA, LCSW

Licensed clinical social worker

4407 Bee Cave Rd. Bldg 5 Ste 513, Austin, TX 78746

Grief and loss, regardless of the source, has a life of it's own. Being with a grieving person means listening, solace, and showing respect for their loss. Depending on the the person and their personal efficacy, I offer a variety of behaviors they can do to lessen the pain and give them respite until more time has passed which will, in and of itself decrease suffering and renew hope in their future.

Grief & Loss

Erikalin Ashton, Psy.D.

Licensed Psychologist

3724 Jefferson Street, Suite 320, Austin, TX 78731

Grief and loss can result from the loss of a spouse or a loved one or it can even be due to a loss of physical or financial independence. Many times senior citizens aren't given the care and respect that they deserve so I like to do my part to help create a society that values and treats our seniors with respect.

Grief & Loss

Jennifer Bilbrey, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

8500 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Bldg #4, Ste #114, Austin, TX 78757

As someone who has experienced major grief, I understand the devastation it causes. My father died suddenly in my early 20s. It was shocking and disorienting. Therapy provided a safe space for me where I knew I could grieve. This is my hope for you, and more. We will work to help you learn better ways of coping, and most importantly how to create a new life for yourself.

Grief & Loss

Lori Askew Hopper, M.A., LPC-Intern

Psychotherapist & Counselor

1000 Westbank Dr., Ste. 6-250, Austin, TX 78746

Grief and loss can be a very complicated and scary circumstance for many people. Therefore, clients generally must feel very safe and cared for in a therapeutic environment. I will create a safe space to help clients identify their grief and sadness and process the feelings associated. Clients will therefore eventually begin to feel relief as they move through their grieving process.

Grief & Loss

Kevin Fleming Ph.D.

Coach/Change Agent/Consultant

Grey Matters International and the work of Kevin J. Fleming, Ph.D approaches issues of grief & loss through the lens of innovation----instead of growing the same neural networks responsible for the pain in weekly therapy sessions, we reset the brain to move forward quicker and efficiently by working on the stuck limbic system so as to empower the person with more success and traction. For no one wants to stay in a grief mode for too long; but when you don’t include the brain in your work with someone, you risk describing the water to them while they drown and calling it success. Contact Grey Matters International, Inc now at kevin@kevinflemingphd.com or 877-606-6161.

Grief & Loss

Janet Anderson, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within Driving Distance of Austin, TX

The best way I can describe the grief experience is that everything feels surreal and our brain feels like it's under water. Sometimes we can't make a complete thought. Often we feel disconnected from others. Other times our pain is so intense we feel that if it doesn't ease up, we might die from it. Our "normal" is disrupted and between the time we pass from our old normal to a new normal we travel through intense emotions. We can experience grief because someone we loved died. But we also experience grief from other losses, such a divorce, lost jobs, news of sickness or chronic illness, friendships, moving to new cities. Simply put, change, even small ones can create a grief response.

Grief & Loss

Anna McElearney, LMFT, LPC, NCC

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor

4131 Spicewood Springs Rd., Austin, TX 78759

Everyone grieves in their own way and in their own time. There is no one size fits all or a right way or wrong way. But sometimes there are expectations, whether from well meaning friends, family, coworkers, etc., that give the message that grieving has to be done in a certain way. Or has to adhere to a certain timeline. This simply is not the case. I work with clients to help grieve in their own way and in their own time. I can help with the waves of different emotions that can sometimes take you off guard. Whether grief is felt due to death or the ending of a significant relationship, you don't have to go through this by yourself. Contact me today.

Grief & Loss

Russell Kauitzsch, MS, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

8500 N Mopac Suite 701, Austin, TX 78759

Grief and loss is experienced differently in each person but I often hear the question, "why?". It is difficult, if not impossible, to answer this question but counseling can help bring understanding, acceptance and peace to the client who is in grief or has lost a loved one. Every person expresses their grief differently and through counseling you can lessen the impact of grief, like reducing feelings of depression and sadness. We can also address feelings of guilt, regret, fear, and other intern conflict that can be a part of grief. Additionally, addressing one's own mortality can also be a part of the healing process. Individual and group counseling are very effective for grief work.

Grief & Loss

Darrell Ragland, MA, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Within Driving Distance of Austin, TX

Loss is pain. Pain requires comfort. Any loss needs someone to care for it. In my office you will find a safe place to process your grief and emotions that will aid you on though the process of grieving. Sometimes our pain can be in our past. This too needs attention and you can be free of past pain in the present. Give me a call if I can help you manage your present grief.

Grief & Loss

Shaina Singh, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

1012 38 1/2 St., Austin, TX 78751

Grief is human and we all experience it. Grief is a part of life and it may show up in variety of ways such as- death of a loved one, loss of a relationship, loss of health, loss of a job etc. We want our grief heard and we look for peace. Everyone grieves in their own way, and no one way is right or wrong. I as your grief counselor promise to LISTEN to you, be empathetic and help you find peace.

Grief & Loss

Shannon Rueter, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker

950 Westbank Dr., Suite 104, Austin, TX 78746

Losing someone, or something, important to you is a part of humanity that, simply put, seems inhumane at times. I have experience walking with people through loss of a loved one or a phase of life, as well as anticipatory grief. I allow people to walk through their own process in their own time without parameters on what they "should" be feeling or how they "should" be acting.

Grief & Loss

Chris Kingsbury, MA, LPC, LMFT, NCC

Licensed Professional Counselor

11615 Angus Road, Suite 218, Austin, TX 78759

Grief and loss come in so many forms from the more obvious losses loved ones, jobs, income and homes to loss of our security, value, dignity and self-esteem for a variety of reasons. A person needs to know they matter. Empathizing with and caring for the pain of losses is fundamental to being cared for as a person first. I want to help you to quickly appreciate that you matter, are not alone, don't need to be fixed, but rather just cared for.


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