Grief & Loss Counseling and Bereavement Services in Deltona FL.


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Grief & Loss

John Gallagher, M.Ed., LMHC, CAP

Licensed Mental Health Counselor

Within Driving Distance of Deltona, FL

Loss is painful whether it involves a person, pet, or even a part of ourselves such as health or a career. As human beings we are designed to attach strongly to the people we love. When attachment bonds are threatened we feel extremely strong emotions. Fortunately we are resilient beings and most often the thing that helps us most is having a safe and secure place to explore emotions and make sense of the loss. As we explore your grief we will work at your pace. Should the need arise we will explore any issues that might be complicate or interfere with the grieving process such as unfinished business or unresolved trauma.

Grief & Loss

Jenifer Garrido, MSW, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker/Psychotherapist

Within Driving Distance of Deltona, FL

My goal is to assist my clients with giving themselves "permission" to grieve. I often find that people struggle with this emotion, particularly when they are grieving the loss of a relationship, and not a death. While I caution clients that grieving doesn't have an expiration date, we can get "stuck" in the past and not know how to move past the pain of yesterday. I aim to teach clients healthy and productive ways to express and process their emotions, such as anger, sadness and fear, and find effective ways to help them let go so they can begin to create a new life on their terms.

Grief & Loss

Morgan Rahimi, Morgan Rahimi

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Within Driving Distance of Deltona, FL

I am sorry for your loss! Loosing someone or something you hold dear can be debilitating! You may be experiencing an assortment of difficult emotions and feel like these feelings of pain and sadness will never go away. What you are going through is normal. Everyone mourns loss differently. There are absolutely no right or wrong ways to grieve and no proper time frames to do it by. However, there are healthier ways for you to cope. One of the most important ways to cope is to take care of yourself and your needs, which you are doing by looking for support here! Finding someone who can listen to you and what you are specifically going through can be life altering during this difficult time.

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