Grief is a very normal response to any loss. The grieving experience includes a wide range of feelings including sadness, depression, anger, guilt, denial, fear, and anxiety. We most often think of grief as occurring after the death of someone close to us. But grief also occurs with other events such as divorce, retirement, miscarriage, and moving.
At Omaha Psychotherapy, we have a great deal of experience providing grief counseling and have worked with many people who have worked through grief during the past ten years.
Grief is normal and grief is important because it allows us to continue living. But it often doesn’t feel very good and it can be lonely.
Working with a licensed counselor while you are grieving can be very helpful. It can help normalize the experience so you feel less crazy and less alone.
If you have experienced a loss or are going through a transition and are grieving, please contact us to discuss whether grief counseling might be something that could help. We’re very sorry for your loss, we would like to support you and work with you during this difficult time.
Please contact Omaha Psychotherapy at 402-715-9710 or email firstname.lastname@example.org