GRIEF COUNSELING WASHINGTON DC
Grief and loss are powerful and can turn everything upside down. Expert and warm grief therapy in DC can help you find your way.
Your Grief and Loss
Grief and loss often reveal beautiful, painful memories and truths about the relationship with the person you have lost. It also reveals truths about yourself often shaking people to the very core of who you are.
Our hope is that our grief counseling in DC offers you assistance and structure as you face the pain and confusion caused by losing someone you love.
Support Through a Difficult Time
You might be experiencing loneliness and other intense emotions like never before. Family, friends, and acquaintances are probably trying their best to offer you support and comfort, but you may need or want more than that.
Our Grief Counseling Is Designed To Help You Navigate:
- The emotional impacts of grief like sadness, numbness, anger, anxiety, relief, fatigue and many other feelings that might be swirling around inside you.
- The physical sensations that accompany grief such as physical weakness, depersonalization (feeling like you’re there, but also not really), or tightness in your chest or throat.
- How your ability to think has been changed by grief and you find yourself confused, preoccupied, foggy headed, or hyperfocused to name just a few ways your mind might feel rearranged.
- How changes in your day to day actions like sleep schedule, socializing, the presence of dreams/nightmares, avoiding certain things, or holding fast to others are all part of grief too.
Your Loss Matters To Us
We believe that your grief and loss are unique and intimately linked to whom you’ve lost. We will aim to help you find moments of relief, insight, and peace.
We hope that sharing about your loss with us offers you an opportunity to be heard and understood.
Everyone in our practice has been touched by or experienced death, grief, or loss. We know how it turns your world upside down and inside out. We're here to help.Brad Brenner, Ph.D., Director
Top Stressful Event.
Studies show that the loss of a loved one is one of the most stressful and difficult things we face in life.