Loss or Grief therapists in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania PA

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Canonsburg, Pennsylvania therapist: New U by Design, LLC, licensed professional counselor
Loss or Grief

New U by Design, LLC

Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, NCC, SFW, LPC
Change and loss in life is inevitable. How we cope with loss has lasting effect on our ability to shine. Let identify which of the five stages of grief you are in and work our way through to accepting a new higher-level relationship with our departed loved ones.  
11 Years Experience
In-Person in Pittsburgh, PA 15220
Online in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania therapist: Gina Niewodowski, licensed professional counselor
Loss or Grief

Gina Niewodowski

Licensed Professional Counselor, M.A., LPC, ATR-BC (Master of Arts, Licensed Professional Counselor, Board Certified Art Therapist)
When we think of loss and grief, death typically comes to mind. If you have experienced the death of someone close to you, it can help to have someone help you navigate the process of grief. Loss also can happen when someone loses a job, gets divorced or even becomes alienated from people previously close to them. We work together to help you cope through your experience of loss.  
38 Years Experience
In-Person in Pittsburgh, PA 15228
Online in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania therapist: Peter C. Kleponis, licensed professional counselor
Loss or Grief

Peter C. Kleponis

Licensed Professional Counselor, PhD, LPC. SATP, CSAT
Grief is one experience few people will ever escape. While the loss of a loved one can be very painful, it can also be a time of tremendous growth. By accompanying people through the grieving process, I help them experience this growth that can help them move on with life and experience happiness again.  
Online in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Houston, Texas therapist: Christine Henry, psychologist
Loss or Grief

Christine Henry

Psychologist, Ph.D
Grief is the one emotion that even emotionally 'tough' people can't push down. Therapy can help you process your grief so you no longer have to carry it alone. We can explore the relationship you had with the person who died, including both the positive and negative aspects. We will attempt to make sense of the death so you can let go of all the 'what ifs.' We can find a way to help you move forward instead of feeling like time has stopped.  
17 Years Experience
Online in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Durham, Connecticut therapist: Debra Nelson, psychologist
Loss or Grief

Debra Nelson

Psychologist, Psy.D.
Grief is such a unique and individual experience. Whether you are coping with the death of a loved one, loss of a relationship, friend, family member, or job, loss can be a profound experience. Through therapy, you will have a safe space to explore these feelings. There is no right way to grieve and many people have a myriad of feelings that go along with the grief, including anger, guilt, shame, sadness, regret, or relief. We can explore all of these while you learn some coping skills to better manage your loss.  
21 Years Experience
Online in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania