- Do you find yourself overly focused on the loss of your loved one?
- Are you having trouble carrying out normal routines?
- Do you experience guilt, self-blame, believe that you did something wrong, or could have prevented the death of your loved one?
- Do you have regrets or remorse about the relationship you had with the person you lost?
- Are you having trouble enjoying life or thinking about positive experiences with your loved one?
- Do you have feelings of bitterness about your loss?
You may find yourself experiencing deep sorrow and a longing for your loved one.
You may be isolating yourself from others, and feel depressed and pessimistic, leading you to feel even more lonely since your loss. Others may feel concerned about you, but aren’t quite sure how talk to you about your grief for fear of triggering painful memories for you. You are having difficulty moving forward and feel that life will never be the same.
Many people have these common experiences. If they don’t pass, you might need more support to help you find joy again. We can help you process your grief and move forward with life in a healthy way.
Grief is a normal emotion that everyone experiences when there is loss.
When this emotion becomes too intense, lasts too long, or when we develop unhelpful thought patterns related to our loss, we may develop complicate grief. Grief in any form can be debilitating, but learning how to cope with loss in healthy ways enable us to experience a life full of purpose and meaning as we move forward without our loved one.
How We Can Help
Contact us if you are having difficulty moving on from the loss of a loved one. Feel free to ask any questions you have or set up an appointment. Why wait to get better? Making that first call is often the most difficult part. We make it easy for you to get started. We love our work. And we have a safe place waiting for you to experience joy again.
In working with clients, we rely on evidence-based practices to deal with these common challenges. You are not alone. There’s usually no need to analyze your childhood. We will work in the present using practical tools to help you feel better now. We use these methods ourselves, so we know they work. The good news is that people who seek help, get better. You can be one of those people.
Our skilled and compassionate therapists listen deeply to you.
You can rely on our years of experience, compassion and practical advice to help you achieve goals that are important to you. Our methods are direct, heart-felt and practical. We stay in the present to improve your situation now. We don’t just listen, we give you tools to manage symptoms of grief so you can take your life back.
We have trained professionals who specialize in the treatment of depression. Our therapists will help you develop a plan that meets your needs and helps you overcome grief, and find your joy again. You can finally get back to living the life you deserve!
Ready to get started?
If you are ready to learn how we can show you how to regain control of your situation, call our staff at (936) 272-0555. They can help match you with one of our highly qualified therapists that will help you meet your goals.