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Pacifica, California therapist: Maureen Backman, marriage and family therapist
Loss or Grief

Maureen Backman

Marriage and Family Therapist, AMFT, MA, MS
For many years, I worked in animal rescue and animal welfare in the Bay Area. I volunteer with Muttville Senior Dog Rescue in San Francisco, California, and rescue senior dogs. As someone who has loved and lost two senior dogs over the past several years, I understand the pain that comes with losing a companion animal. If your loved one passed over the rainbow bridge, you are not alone. This space will honor your grief and support you in your journey.  
4 Years Experience
In-Person in Pacifica, CA 94044
Online in Pacifica, California
Burlingame, California therapist: Jeremi R McManus, marriage and family therapist
Loss or Grief

Jeremi R McManus

Marriage and Family Therapist, MFT
I have supported hundreds of couples over the past 15+ years who are navigating grief and loss, and look forward to helping you get your relationship where you want it to be. Poor communication? Broken trust? Endless arguments? I look forward to hearing from you.  
19 Years Experience
In-Person Near Pacifica, CA
Online in Pacifica, California
San Francisco, California therapist: Simran Bhatia, marriage and family therapist
Loss or Grief

Simran Bhatia

Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
You've experienced a loss. Maybe it was the death of a loved one, or maybe it was another type of loss. I specialize in helping people grieve while also finding meaning as they move forward. I spent 2 years working at a hospice agency training in working with grief and loss.  
9 Years Experience
In-Person Near Pacifica, CA
Online in Pacifica, California
Santa Rosa, California therapist: Dr. Shawn V Giammattei, psychologist
Loss or Grief

Dr. Shawn V Giammattei

Psychologist, PhD
Loss and grief is a natural part of the experience of the families we work with and are well trained in how to help people work through the experience and build resilience in the process.  
15 Years Experience
In-Person Near Pacifica, CA
Online in Pacifica, California
San Francisco, California therapist: Vanessa Wolter Holistic Therapy, marriage and family therapist
Loss or Grief

Vanessa Wolter Holistic Therapy

Marriage and Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Experiencing loss is one of the most difficult experiences a person can face. Loss can come in many forms from the loss of a dream or ideal to the loss of a relationship to the loss of a loved one. I help resource clients as they heal from their loss by keeping them connected to self and community. There are many great resources that can help us move through grief. Tapping into self-compassion, leaning on loved ones, connecting with nature or spirituality. I offer guidance during these tough moments to help transform the grief into an opening to orient towards peace and what matters most to us.  
11 Years Experience
In-Person Near Pacifica, CA
Online in Pacifica, California
Oakland, California therapist: Charis Khoury, marriage and family therapist
Loss or Grief

Charis Khoury

Marriage and Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
Grief/loss can seem too much to bear in moments- the support of a trusted other can facilitate the healing process where it may get stuck. There is light at the end of the tunnel.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person Near Pacifica, CA
Online in Pacifica, California
San Diego, California therapist: Eric van der Voort, psychologist
Loss or Grief

Eric van der Voort

Psychologist, PsyD, CST, CSWT
Grief results from many types of loss. A loss can be the death of a loved one, a breakup, losing a job, or a change in financial security. We can also experience the loss of our identity, purpose, ability, or level of functioning. Everyday life events, such as moving, can involve adjusting to a new city, culture, or trying to make new friends. This can mean grieving the loss of a life we used to have. In order to successfully grieve, we need create new meaning in our lives. However, certain things can get in the way of this process. These “stuck points” might include anger and resentment, guilt, seeing the lost person or thing as being “all good” or “all bad,” or having difficulty talking about the loss. If you are experiencing a painful loss and feel overwhelmed with where to start, your search for a therapist is a great step. Call me today so we can discuss how grief therapy can help you.In order to be the best version of ourselves, we need to grieve these losses and create new meaning in our lives. However, certain things can get in the way of grieving successfully. These “stuck points” might include anger and resentment, guilt, or difficulty talking about the loss. For those who are experiencing a painful loss and feel overwhelmed with where to start, your search for a therapist is a great step. Call me today so we can discuss how therapy for grief and loss can help you.  
9 Years Experience
Online in Pacifica, California
San Francisco, California therapist: Elaine Skoulas, marriage and family therapist
Loss or Grief

Elaine Skoulas

Marriage and Family Therapist, M.A., LMFT
Grief and loss may be one of the most universal experiences, yet it can be extremely isolating experiencing grief in a society that does not know how to talk about these issues. My experience includes grief training and working with individuals and groups specifically with bereavement, death, and grief.  
9 Years Experience
Online in Pacifica, California
San Francisco, California therapist: Dr. Christina Charlotin, psychologist
Loss or Grief

Dr. Christina Charlotin

Psychologist, Psy.D.
Process oriented therapy to address difficult feelings following a breakup or separation.  
12 Years Experience
In-Person Near Pacifica, CA
Online in Pacifica, California
Los Angeles, California therapist: Melissa Klass M.A., LMFT, marriage and family therapist
Loss or Grief

Melissa Klass M.A., LMFT

Marriage and Family Therapist, M.A., LMFT #119163
Death. The most universal of life experiences. So why are we afraid to talk about it? We use euphemistic language in an effort to . . . what exactly? Does imagining her in “a better place” take the pain away? What do we say when children ask if they can visit this place, or when the deceased will return home? And then the casseroles and phone calls taper off. Always too soon. Then people stop asking, as though their questions will bring her to mind and cause you to suffer. Don’t they know you think of her every day? Grief doesn’t ever really go away; it changes over time. Just when you think you are coping better with the loss, the holidays arrive, or the one-year anniversary hits, and there you are, overwhelmed by difficult emotions once again. I would be honored to sit alongside you on this difficult, and often lonely, journey.  
8 Years Experience
Online in Pacifica, California