Loss or Grief therapists in London, England ENG, United Kingdom GB

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Guildford, England therapist: Gordon Wax BA HONS MBACP, counselor/therapist
Loss or Grief

Gordon Wax BA HONS MBACP

Counsellor/Therapist, Pschoanalytic psychotherapist
It can be considered that all parts of life is about loss and grief which can result in any emotion and behaviour.  
11 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG
Online in London, England
London, England therapist: Birgit Schreiber, psychologist
Loss or Grief

Birgit Schreiber

Psychologist, PhD and MA in Psychology
Loss and grief can be so hard to experience and it takes time and a path to help us through it.  
24 Years Experience
Online in London, England
Bishop's Stortford, England  therapist: Jerilee Claydon, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Jerilee Claydon

Registered Psychotherapist, UKCP, MBACP, Adip.
I have worked as bereavement counsellor for several years now  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG EC2M
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Janine & ComposurePsychology Team, psychologist
Loss or Grief

Janine & ComposurePsychology Team

Psychologist, Chartered Clinical Psychologist, HCPC & BPS registered, DClinPsy, CSAccred.(AAC), MPhil (cantab)
All of our Clinical Psychologists at ComposurePsychology are experienced in working with people who have suffered loss or who are grieving and experiencing a bereavement. Each person's experience is unique and we help you to understand what might be maintaining your sadness and how it may be impacting your life and how to make changes to overcome, set aside or live well with your grief. We draw from evidence based therapies including; CBT, ACT, CFT, SFT, DBT, EMDR, systemic, narrative, psychodynamic and others.  
11 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1G 9PF
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Daniel Dennehy Counselling, counselor/therapist
Loss or Grief

Daniel Dennehy Counselling

Counsellor/Therapist, BA, Dip Grad, AdvDip, MBACP
Loss and grief can impact us all very differently. The loss of someone we love can arouse complex and confusing feelings. Counselling provides a space for you to explore your experiences and feelings in a respectful and confidential space.  
In-Person in London, ENG EC4A 1JQ
Online in London, England
London, England therapist: Ashley Horsley, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Ashley Horsley

Registered Psychotherapist, BA, MA, Post MA Dip, BPS Accred
Feeling loss, feeling grief is one of the hardest things we have to navigate in life. Feeling the stark presence of someone´s absence; and at worst it is everywhere you turn. I can bring a torch for you into these darkest of all spaces and help your find your precarious way through. It takes time; and I have all the patience in the world.  
23 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Sinthia Tijan, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Sinthia Tijan

Registered Psychotherapist, MBACP, Dip
Helping clients come to terms with loss. Supporting clients at this difficult time and helping them find stronger coping mechanisms.  
15 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW19
Milton Keynes, England  therapist: The PsychoTRAUMA Clinic (Convergence College of Psychotherapy), registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

The PsychoTRAUMA Clinic (Convergence College of Psychotherapy)

Registered Psychotherapist, Rev, DD (hon), DMin, Various Dips & Certs.
Kublar Ross wrote the book and now after finding the 5 steps we are able to see one main step that is what next.... We will help you find it.. Trauma can often cause a block to grief and getting over the death of a loved one.  
29 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1G 9QD
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Abi Jude, counselor/therapist
Loss or Grief

Abi Jude

Counsellor/Therapist, MBACP Member
Loss and Grief can effect us in varied ways. Sometimes it can reach back to earlier memories or experiences and sometimes it is clearly an event such as death of a loved one, the end of a relationship or separation. We can feel stuck, depressed, frozen or manic. I will work with you to identify your feelings and experience and find a way to move forward.  
13 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG N6 5JW
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Wellbeing Centre London, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Wellbeing Centre London

Registered Psychotherapist, Psychotherapy, Counselling, Psychology, CBT, EMDR and Therapy, Coaching
We provide effective Grief and Loss counselling.  
14 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW15 2SP
Online in London, England
Bristol, England  therapist: DR BP Upadhaya, psychologist
Loss or Grief

DR BP Upadhaya

Psychologist, PhD Clinical Psychology, AD ( HOMEOPATHY,NATUROPATHY,HERBAL MEDICINE,CBT,FAMILY THERAPY,NLP,COACHING
Neuropsychology Psychology Holistic Medicines Holistic Therapies Integrated Medicine Integrated Therapy Functional Medicine Unified Therapy Diet Therapy Nutrition Therapy Hypnotherapy NLP Psycho-visual Therapy Family Therapy Psycho-sexual Therapy Sexual and Marital Psychotherapy Homeopathy Herbal Medicine Naturopathy Quantum Medicine  
25 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1W 7LT
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Dr Ian Anderson, psychologist
Loss or Grief

Dr Ian Anderson

Psychologist, Consultant Clinical Psychologist (HCPC registered), PhD, MSc, MSc, MSc, MA (Econ), BA (Econ) Hons
The loss of a loved one is in the top three life events associated with suicide, yet loss and grief are not only a normal but almost an inevitable part of the human experience. Competent psychological counselling can truly assist with these difficult but normal life experiences.  
44 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG EC1V 2NX
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Gemma Autumn, counselor/therapist
Loss or Grief

Gemma Autumn

Counsellor/Therapist, Integrative Adult and Adolescent Counsellor Cert, PgDip, MBACP Accredited
I work with those going through issues related to loss or grief.  
8 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Donna Collins, registered psychotherapist
Loss or Grief

Donna Collins

Registered Psychotherapist, BSc (hons), PGDip, SupervisionDip
Grief can be incredibly intense and overwhelming. It can bring feelings of being completely lost, confused and alone. It is within grief that we can feel we are in crisis and feel very uncertain and afraid of the future. Please reach out for help and support at this crucial time when you may be experiencing such loss and missing a special person in your life.  
9 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1G
Online in London, England
Madrid, Community of Madrid therapist: Mario Uosis-Martin, counselor/therapist
Loss or Grief

Mario Uosis-Martin

Counsellor/Therapist, PGDip Advanced Psychotherapy
Are you looking for a warm, understanding and empathic therapist? Someone who is open and non-judgmental? I’d say you came to the right place. I can help you with various difficulties, whether anxiety, stress, depression, relationship difficulties or childhood trauma; as an example of a few areas my work focuses on. So, get in touch with me and let’s talk.  
6 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG
Online in London, England
London, England therapist: Dr Paul Garden, psychologist
Loss or Grief

Dr Paul Garden

Psychologist, Doctorate in Psychology, DPsych, MSc with Distinction, BSc First Class Honours.
Loss and grief can take many forms including bereavement, job loss and relationship breakdown. These experiences are often devastating, and impact each person differently, leading to a cascade of difficult emotions overwhelming you all at once. I specialise in supporting you to navigate these incredibly difficult moments in life, with a view to recovering and rebuilding.  
9 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG W1W
Online in London, England
Bristol, England  therapist: Dr Grenville Major, therapist
Loss or Grief

Dr Grenville Major

Therapist, MBchB, MRCpsych, MSc psychological therapies
Grief is probably the most painful emotional experience we have as humans. Assuming we live long enough we all come to experience the pain of loss. At times it can feel like its just too much to bear. Getting past grief is something a therapist can help you with. I would like to meet with you to see what can be done to help you. This will enable us to get to know each other and see if we can work together. It’s important for you to work with someone you trust and feel safe with.  
43 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW19 2RW
Online in London, England
London, England  therapist: Benjamin Marr, counselor/therapist
Loss or Grief

Benjamin Marr

Counsellor/Therapist, BA MA Relational Psychotherapist/ Birkbeck College - Psychodynamic Counsellor
There have been instances when clients have brought their grief to therapy that was causing them major pain and in such instances, these emotions can morph into quite overwhelming situations. The supportive and safe environment my relational psychotherapy practice offers can be effective in reducing such unrelenting feelings. With the correct sort of professional therapy available in my private practice and given the right amount of time, my clients recover from their specific feelings of loss and successfully adjusted to their next phase of life. Naturally, each client’s experience with grief is equally unique and complex, as well as being personal. Grief may cover such aspects as the demise of a loved one or friend, or it could involve a life changing circumstance, such as a relational break-up, or even a job loss. The client’s culture, personality and past life-experiences may all affect their particular grieving process. With my relational psychotherapy, I do my utmost to tailor each therapy programme to specifically meet each client’s particular needs. In many instances, one useful aim of my therapy service is to contribute to the maintenance and enhancement of healthy connections with client’s circle of family and friends. Equally, many clients may find catharsis while talking about both their current and lost loved ones. Reflection on positive memories may strengthen client’s bond with the lost person. This reaffirmation of the client’s bond may effectively reduce any possible “sting” from the loss felt. That said, every effort is taken by me to balance all attachments within therapy. In complicated grief, a client may feel hopeless and desire to join the lost loved one. Another common goal with my relational psychotherapy is to facilitate the listening process. There are occasions when society may stigmatize the client for grieving in a certain way. However, my therapy approach is to assist the client to express their feelings without any form of judgment.  
33 Years Experience
In-Person in London, ENG SW3
Online in London, England