Grief & Loss Counselling and Bereavement Services in Saskatoon.

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Grief & Loss

Brett Williams, M.Ed

Registered Psychologist (Provisional)

203 - 115 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2B1

The loss of a loved one can be one of the most difficult experiences in life. Grieving can include numerous emotional states which can feel intense, change often, and at times be contradictory. Becoming familiar with our own grief response can enable us to process these emotions in healthier and more proactive ways. Bereavement disrupts our familiar routines and relationships and forces us into new personal and relational dynamics. We can discover ways to adapt to these very significant life transitions.

Grief & Loss

Christine Gatzke, M.Ed

Registered Psychologist (Provisional) #1003; Certified Attachment Therapist

#25-901 1st Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK S7K 1Y4

We all experience grief and loss differently, at different rates and in different ways. As a clinician, I approach clients as a unique individual providing practical tools and approaches trained in (e.g., EMDR, EFT, Heartmath, etc), in order to best support each and every individual's needs. Style: compassionate, non-judgmental, supportive, and collaborative in nature.

Grief & Loss

Milton Derry, BEd, BSPE, MS, RTC, MTC

Registered Therapeutic Counsellor

#203 - 115 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK

Loss is inevitable, whether it is a loved one, a cherished pet, our job or something dear to us. Grieving is the natural and healthy process that follows loss. Avoiding or denying grief will only prolong your suffering. Talking to a professional can help you regain a sense of balance. We will help you explore and deal with your feelings and find peace.

Grief & Loss

Dustin Reekie, M.Ed.

Registered Psychologist, CSAT-Candidate

#101 - 1132 College Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7N 0W2

Grief and Loss is a pivotal aspect of counseling / therapy that applies to work in trauma, bereavement, addiction recovery, and more. Sadly, in today's society, we have been conditioned to minimize our wounds, downplay the effects of the loss, and somehow pretend that we have nothing to grieve. We may find ourselves profoundly effected by a loss, but not receive the care required, because few recognize the significance. Grief and loss is important to process and embrace. It is not a systematic routine of stages that comes to a neat resolution. And grief/loss should not be endured alone.

Grief & Loss

Susan Derry, B.Ed., M.Psy., R.T.C., M.T.C.

Registered Therapeutic Counsellor

#203 - 115 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2B1

If you are feeling overwhelmed by grief, whether you have lost a loved one, or you have lost your job, health or an important relationship; talking to a professional can help you regain a sense of balance and control. You can avoid long-term emotional suffering. Susan will support you as you talk through the experience and explore the emotions associated with grief: anger, fear, sadness, loneliness, guilt, low self-worth and despair. She will help you identify and find ways to change any maladaptive behaviors resulting from the loss. You will have the opportunity to complete unfinished business and find ways to say good-bye or let go of the loss.

Grief & Loss

Giti Caravan, M.Ed. (Psychology)

Psychotherapist, NLP and Life coach,Counsellor, Hypnotherap

#201C -115 2nd Ave Nourth, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2B1

Grief is a normal and completely natural response to the losses we experience in life. Grief is a process. These include loss caused by death, divorce or any other significant emotional loss. I will teache effective tools for dealing with grief and provides the griever with opportunities to complete unfinished emotional business that time alone will not heal. Incomplete loss can shut down a person's ability to live in the present and love again. I can help you with Hypnosiss, Energy Psychology and Spiritual Psychology to overcome you greif and go to the process to resolve all the emotional problems that you are experincing, and come to the peace with your greif.

Grief & Loss

Michelle Morand, Online, Phone and In Person Support

M.A. Counselling; Internet, Phone, and In Person Counseling

Skype/Internet/Phone Support Worldwide, Saskatoon, SK S7K 1N6

There are many forms of Grief and Loss. Some losses are immediate and some are ongoing, as in the experience of having a loved one with a chronic illness. There is also the grief and loss that we experience as our own health is lost or when we lose a job or role in our lives that gave us a sense of purpose and passion. The key to gracefully experiencing grief and loss lies in learning how to feel safe being present with what you're feeling; how to know when what you're feeling is truly normal; and how to find a sense of true peace through balancing the memories and your appreciation of the past with the opportunities that exist now for finding new meaning and purpose in your life.

Grief & Loss

Kimberly Forsyth, B.A. (Hons), M.C.,

Kimberly Forsyth

203 - 115 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK S7K 2B1

Almost everyone will experience a degree of grief and loss at some point in their lives. Unfortunately, very few people know how to walk with those who grieve. Grief is a process from feeling shock, numb, pain, lost, despair and living in a deep and dark limbo to re-adaptation, regaining a sense of control, healing and hope. I would be honored to walk with you through your grief.

Grief & Loss

Beverley Dyck, M.A. Counselling Emphasis

Certified Counsellor, M.A.

348 Ave. X, Saskatoon, SK S7M 3H6

You will learn about aspects of healthy grieving. You will learn how to work your way through grief. You will also learn how to have times of reprieve from your grief so that you can stay in touch with your present living. You will see yourself getting stronger, honoring your feelings, making meaning out of chaos and in time find yourself able to live again.

Grief & Loss

Jan Nerenberg, MA, CPC

Counsellor/Psychotherapist/ EMDR Therapist

1019 8th Street East, Saskatoon, SK S7H 0S2

Grief and loss is a part of the human experience, but having someone to walk with us during this time, is also part of that experience. Often there are other issues that complicate the loss. Having someone else to walk with during this difficult time and if necessary, looking at those issues and sorting through them, can free a person to fully grieve.

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