While we know the experience of loss to be universal, it can be difficult to process, with its many duplicities and uniquely personal nature.
That is, grief can be equal parts about living as it is about death; and the experience of losing a loved one is both shared and deeply personal. Most importantly: no experience of loss is the same, and there is no timeline or “correct” way to grieve.
Processing through loss does not have to be done alone. We are here to support you.
Grief and bereavement therapy supports individuals through the processing of loss in all its forms. This might include but is not limited to: the loss of a home, loss of friendship, loss through life transitions, and loss through death.
Below are some important definitions to consider:
Some examples include:
It is important to note that experiences of grief and mourning can look different cross-culturally.
No one’s experience of grief or mourning is “correct.” Ceremonies around grief and mourning are deeply connected cultural meanings around life and death.
Modern Therapy Group clinicians aim to create a safe and inclusive therapeutic environment in which there is an ongoing commitment to cultural competency in approach.
Types of Guilt:
Meaning making: the therapeutic process of making meaning from loss. This can look like:
At Modern Therapy Group, our therapists will assist you in navigating the grief process while simultaneously honouring your loss in ways which feel most meaningful to you.
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