Grief is a natural part of life and can be the result of varying life changes such as death, divorce, abuse, career changes, and relocation. Because many were never taught specifically how to cope with loss, those impacted find themselves ill-equipped on the path toward recovery. Unresolved grief can result in depression, loss of interest, concentration deficits, drug abuse, and sleep problems.
Time itself does not heal wounds caused by loss. Rather, dealing with grief means identifying, experiencing, and sharing our feelings. In some cases, close friends can aid in recovery, but in other cases, a grief counselor is necessary.
Through empathetic therapy sessions, one of our experienced therapists can provide the coping strategies and social skill training necessary for a hopeful journey towards recovery.
- Lauri Budzynski, LCPC, NCC
- Lindsay Call, LCPC
- Maggie Classen, LCSW
- Patricia J. Edwards, LCSW, ACSW
- Amy Forsberg, LCPC
- Steven A. Hamon, Ph.D.
- Marty Hanson, LCPC, DBTC
- Howard Love, LCPC, CSAT, CMAT
- Trinity Maston, LCPC
- Abby Mitchell, LCSW
- Jenn Noar, LCPC
- Patricia Poertner, LCPC, BCC, DBTC
- Kevin Siscoe, D.Min., LCPC, CSAT, CMAT
- Barbara Toohill, Psy.D.
- Eric Ward, Ph.D.
See our Find a Therapist page for a complete list of specialties.