Grief & Loss Counselling and Bereavement Services in Calgary.


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Grief & Loss

Sheldon Walker, M.Sc., R. Psych, RMFT

Registered Psychologist and Marriage and Family Therapist, EMDR Therapist

1515 23rd Street NW, Calgary, AB T2N 2P6

One of the most challenging experiences of life is dealing with the loss of a loved one, a relationship, one's health or even financial loss. It is very important at times like this to have a compassionate professional to talk with, learn coping techniques, and not have to feel overwhelmed by grief.

Grief & Loss

Maureen Theberge, MACP

Registered Psychologist

Suite 260, 1632-14th Ave. NW, Calgary, AB T2N 1M7

Losses are often the most difficult of life transitions. One can feel like the sadness will never lift or that life no longer has meaning. Grief is a soul journey that will change you physically, emotionally, cognitively, socially, and spiritually. The word "bereavement" literally means to be torn apart. No wonder you feel so tired! Let me companion you as you journey through this dark time in your life. You won't "get over" grief any more than you "get over" love, but you can reconcile this loss in your life and experience a life of hope and joy once more. Learn more about the Companioning Model at centerforloss.com

Grief & Loss

Living Well Counselling Services Inc., MA, MEd, RSW

Counsellors, Psychologist & Social Worker

4803 Centre Street NW, Ste 04, Calgary, AB T2E 2Z6

At Living Well we journey along side our clients suffering from a loss & offer respect as clients work through their grief. In addition to grief/loss you may be suffering with anxiety or depression, difficult decisions, family concerns & so forth. As such, we attempt to understand all that is going on and then recommend a therapist that's right for you.

Grief & Loss

Glenn Rau, M.Ed., R Psych.

Registered Psychologist

# 205, 259 Midpark Way SE, Calgary, AB T2X 1M2

Grief is the pain we feel over loss. Most of us associate this feeling with death, and this certainly causes intense grief. But all significant losses can cause grief-- intimate relationships, health, employment, a close pet, financial stability, friendships, or even dreams. Dealing with grief means constructively identifying and giving meaning to your feelings, learning to take care of yourself, and planning ahead for upcoming grief triggers. I can help you do this. Counselling can make a difference. I look forward to helping you get back to where you want to be.

Grief & Loss

Cheryl Placsko, MA, R.Psych

Registered Psychologist

Suite #226 Westhills Corporate Centre, 7370 Sierra Morena Blvd SW, Calgary, AB T3H 4H9

Dealing with grief and loss can be overwhelming and leave you feeling like there is no way forward. My job is to stand beside you with a view to the future and the tools to help you find your way forward with a safe place to resolve the sense of loss and adaptive coping skills. It is humbling and inspiring to witness clients move from fear and uncertainty toward knowing and strength.

Grief & Loss

Cathryn Hanssen, MA, CSAT

Registered Psychologist

Suite 225, Building B8 (Currie Barracks), 2526 Battleford Ave SW, Calgary, AB T3E 7J4

The loss of someone or something important to you can be extremely overwhelming. For what ever type of loss you experience, grief is a natural reaction. Feelings such as guilt, shock, sadness, and frustration are also common. Each person grieves in their own way and in their own time. There is no one "right" way to grieve, as it depends on your unique situation. I work with each person in a supportive manner to explore emotions and process the loss, so that moving forward becomes a possibility.

Grief & Loss

Velma Noble, MA, RP, CCC-S, CPCS, PAg (Ret)

Registered Psychotherapist; Cdn. Clinical Counsellor Supervisor; Certified Professional Counsellor Supervisor; Professional Agrologist (PAg-Ret)

203, 6628 Crowchild Trail SW, Calgary, AB, Calgary, AB T3E 5R8

Grief is often misunderstood. It is a powerful and natural emotion. When loss occurs, we are hit with a confusing myriad of emotions. Our minds and hearts are battered by an onslaught of scary, strange, unpredictable emotions that do not abate on their own. In the midst of loss, each person’s experience is profoundly unique and often very isolating. Today we are in a grief epidemic. Grief springs not only from death but also from life-altering events (such a brush with cancer). Grief counselling provides many valuable insights including: a) the increased ability to feel and understand the pain of loss experience; b) better ways to manage the challenges that accompany supporting ourselves and....

Grief & Loss

Lindamarie Gossen, BCR, MA Psych

Registered Provisional Psychologist

1511 10 ST SW, Calgary, AB T2R 1E8

I believe that counselling can help, it can offer an understanding of the mourning process, as well as help to explore areas which might restrict moving on. Counselling can also help resolve areas of conflict still remaining in a person and help them to adjust to a new sense of self Talking about the loss is usually helpful and allows a person to adjust to their new life with all its changes, good and bad. Keeping things bottled up, or denying the sadness can prolong the pain. Any loss has to be acknowledged for us to move forward. Bereavement means finding a suitable place for the lost person to allow life to continue.

Grief & Loss

Murray Molohon, M.A. Registered Psychologist

Registered Psychologist: Counselling Services of Calgary

209, 317-37 Ave N, Calgary, AB T2E 6P6

A supportive environment is offered to talk about and resolve difficult loss situations and feelings. Eventually you will be able to remember the positive times anf feel little pain of the loss. You will find new motivation to carry on with your life. You will have new motivation and see the world in a more positive light. Being socially involved and being involved with new relationships that previously felt impossible can happen once more.

Grief & Loss

Monique Smith, M.S.W., B.A. (Religion), R.S.W.

Masters in Social Work; Registered Social Worker

Ranchlands NW Calgary and Cochrane, AB, Calgary, AB T3G 1E4

Prusik therapist, Monique Smith, provides counselling to clients age ~5-25. Monique experienced the death of her best friend during her teenage years and is candid about this experience with her adolescent clients. By creating a safe environment, Monique provides a place where children, youth, and young adults can discuss their concerns related to grief and loss. When other issues present (i.e. anxiety) Monique introduces other skills stemming from DBT and CBT therapies.


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