Loss or Grief therapists in Vancouver, British Columbia BC, Canada CA

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Toronto, Ontario therapist: Mihaela Iacob, therapist
Loss or Grief

Mihaela Iacob

Therapist, Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Therapist , RPQ
Dealing with loss and grief is a traumatic experience in itself and it may take time to heal these wounds. I am here to help! You do not have to go through this alone.  
1 Years Experience
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Kimberley Choi, counselor/therapist
Loss or Grief

Kimberley Choi

Counsellor/Therapist, BA, BSW, MSW, RSW
Grief and loss can cause us to be paralyzed in fear, hurt, denial, anger. We will move through these to acceptance and peace.  
19 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, BC
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Fiona Matalon, counselor/therapist
Loss or Grief

Fiona Matalon

Counsellor/Therapist, MA, RCC
Every day we encounter loss and grief in many different forms - every passing minute is a minute of our lives that we are not getting back. Once we start exploring our the depths of our grief, we discover that it is directly proportional with our capacity for love. As love, grief asks for companionship and to be held. I invite you to reach out for support so we can hold it together.  
5 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, BC
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Peterborough, Ontario therapist: Vanessa Fingland, counselor/therapist
Loss or Grief

Vanessa Fingland

Counsellor/Therapist, CCPCPR.cand, RPC-C
If you are struggling with a recent loss please reach out. I know your emotions can be overwhelming and you just want the anger to go away. Please reach out and I can help you work through these difficult emotions so you can move forward and not feel stuck anymore.  
6 Years Experience
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Our Landing Place: Queer-Centred Mental Health, therapist
Loss or Grief

Our Landing Place: Queer-Centred Mental Health

Therapist, RCC, CCC, RP, RP(q), RCT-C, RSW, MTA
Losing someone is one of the hardest things we can go through. Our team can support you as you move through your grief journey.  
8 Years Experience
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Clayre Sessoms Psychotherapy, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Clayre Sessoms Psychotherapy

Registered Psychotherapist, RP, RCT, RCC, CCC, ATR-P
I compassionately support clients navigating loss and grief, providing a safe space for processing emotions, fostering healing, and facilitating growth towards acceptance and renewed hope.  
9 Years Experience
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Nina Hopmeier, licensed professional counselor
Loss or Grief

Nina Hopmeier

Licensed Professional Counsellor, Registered Clinical Counsellor (RCC)
Grief is a natural response to a loss. Losses often involve a death of a partner, family member, friend, or pet. Feelings associated with grief vary but can include sadness, anger, guilt, regret, and helplessness. The way in which individuals adapt to a loss depends on a variety of factors such as coping style, age, beliefs, and personality variables. In order to assist clients with working through their grief issues I largely work from the task theory perspective developed by psychologist J.W. Worden. His model is referred to as the Four Tasks of Mourning. The Tasks of Mourning are as follows: Task 1: To accept the reality of the loss. Task 2: To process the pain of grief. Task 3: To adjust to a life without the deceased. Adjusting adaptively often includes making external, internal, and spiritual adjustments. Task 4: To maintain a continuing bond with the deceased while embarking on a new life. Individuals experiencing grief may be struggling with at least one of the four tasks of mourning. A major reason for the model’s effectiveness is that the tasks imply that clients can actively do something to manage their grief symptoms. As we collaboratively explore the tasks of mourning and identify the areas that are challenging to work through, clients gain an understanding of how their thoughts, emotions, or behaviours have prevented them from adaptively moving through the grief process. Clients may also notice how their coping styles have prevented them from grieving effectively with past losses. As they move through the tasks of mourning they often develop a sense of control over their lives, which is a crucial step in alleviating feelings of helplessness. Additionally, clients give themselves the permission to embark on a new life while finding meaningful ways of staying connected to what was lost.  
13 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, BC V6N 3R3
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Andrew (Andy) Wilkins, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Andrew (Andy) Wilkins

Registered Psychotherapist, Registered Clinical Counsellor
I use a strength-based CBT approach to help clients cope with grief.  
8 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, BC V6J 1G1
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Veronica Chase Coaching and Counselling, counselor/therapist
Loss or Grief

Veronica Chase Coaching and Counselling

Counsellor/Therapist, RPC, CCPCP
Stages of grief does not have a time limit and having compassion towards what's happening now in the loss is needed. Grief needs time, patience, acceptance for what is and acknowledgement in order to start healing.  
7 Years Experience
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Julie Cochrane - Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) Therapist, hypnotherapist
Loss or Grief

Julie Cochrane - Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) Therapist

Hypnotherapist, Clinical Hypnotherapist, RTT-T, CCP
If you're struggling with loss and grief, it's important to know that you don't have to face it alone. Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) is a powerful and effective therapy that can help you work through the complex emotions associated with loss and grief and move towards healing. RTT works by accessing the subconscious mind to identify and reprogram negative beliefs and thought patterns that may be contributing to grief and loss. Through a combination of hypnotherapy, psychotherapy, and neuroscience, RTT can help you break free from the cycle of grief and develop new, positive ways of coping. Whether you've experienced the loss of a loved one, a pet, or even a job, RTT can help. By identifying the root causes of grief and replacing negative beliefs with positive, empowering ones, RTT can help you work through your grief and achieve lasting change. Loss and grief can be a difficult and isolating experience, but with RTT, you can gain the tools and resources you need to overcome it. RTT provides a safe and supportive space to explore your experiences and emotions, and develop new ways of thinking and behaving that support your emotional wellbeing. Don't let loss and grief control your life. With RTT, you can work through your grief and achieve lasting change. Take the first step towards healing and a brighter future today.  
4 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, BC V6C 3N2
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Erica Beauchamp, marriage and family therapist
Loss or Grief

Erica Beauchamp

Marriage and Family Therapist, M.Ed. R.C.C.
I work with clients to help them process loss, deal with unfinished business, and heal. Much of this type of work is making sense of the loss and giving it meaning so that you can start the healing process.  
15 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, BC V6Z 2R4
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Huda Sajjad, licensed mental health counselor
Loss or Grief

Huda Sajjad

Licensed Mental Health Counsellor, MA MSc RCC
Loss and grief are deeply personal experiences, each marked by unique nuances that can be challenging to navigate. My specialization lies in guiding clients through the intricate landscape of life's losses and assisting them in finding purpose amidst the profound pain. A significant aspect of this work involves supporting individuals in forging a path forward, one that aligns with their unique needs and aspirations. It is a profound honor to be a part of this transformative journey with my clients.  
3 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, BC V6Z 2R4
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Vancouver, British Columbia therapist: Madison Chen, counselor/therapist
Loss or Grief

Madison Chen

Counsellor/Therapist, MCP, RCC (Registered Clinical Counsellor)
It's not often easy to navigate through, on our own, a sea of emotions, uncertainties, and the profound impact loss can have. In the therapeutic space, I would accompany you to explore your grief, provide comfort and compassion, and gradually help you walk through the often painful healing process. You don't have to be on your own while working through grief.  
2 Years Experience
In-Person in Vancouver, BC V6C 1V5
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia
Toronto, Ontario therapist: Vera Cheng, registered social worker
Loss or Grief

Vera Cheng

Registered Social Worker, BSW, MSW, RSW
A physical or psychological response to a loss, typically the loss of someone or something that held a lot of value.  
18 Years Experience
Online in Vancouver, British Columbia