Death is a part of life and something we all come into contact with at some time.
If you have lost someone through death, the world as you know it is altered and it can be difficult to make sense of what is happening. The wide range of emotions we experience can be intense and overwhelming.
Families may find they struggle to support each other as each person is trying to deal with their own grief. Often family members may conceal their true feelings to protect those around them.
When someone close to us dies we are reminded of our own mortality. This can be unsettling or even frightening.
Through counselling I can offer you a safe space for you to explore your thoughts and feelings and help you to grieve for the person you have lost, and begin the process of adjusting to life without them.
We all experience loss as we go through life, such as loss of a relationship, loss of health, loss of a job, and even loss of youth. When we experience loss the feelings we have are similar to those we experience when someone dies and we need to grieve for those things we have lost and adjust to the change in our lives as a result.