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Grief & Loss

When things change, it feels like the rug has been pulled out from under your feet. When someone important in your life dies, it feels like that a thousand times. Loss can disorient us, bring up old and new fears, and make us question everything. Loss changes plans, challenges assumptions, and makes the world feel unfamiliar. 

Grief is the human response to loss and change. We mourn inwardly and outwardly, lightly and heavily. There's no right way to grieve. 

We can experience loss and grieve for many reasons:

*Death of a partner, child, family member, friend, or pet

*Having to make major transitions like moving, graduating, retiring

*Caring for a loved one with a long-term illness or disability, or cognitive or mobility decline

*Anticipatory grief with hospice or a terminal illness

Anxiety, Depression, Existential Re-evaluation

Grief is often accompanied by anxiety/perfectionism, depression, stage of life issues, questioning of beliefs/religion, and existential exploration. With or without grief and loss, if you are struggling with any of these, we can work on them together.

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