Grief Support Therapy
Grief is the state of loss when someone close to you leaves your life. However, grief therapy is not just about death losses. We can mourn the loss of a relationship, a job, a dream, or a lost goal. Grief is fundamental to the growth of someone as a human being. Here you can find the possibility of carrying out an individual mourning therapy for mothers and fathers, grandparents, siblings, children, and grandchildren, or families.
What benefits can you get from Grief Therapy?
With the loss, all of our reference points disappear and others appear. What we expected it will be, is no longer possible. The way, the color, and the way we imagined the future is crushed.
However, if the loss is transcended, the suffering is transfigured. The integration of these changes leads to a path of maturity and hope.
Support in mourning is essential as a process of overcoming. Sometimes family members want to do therapy together. Other times, just one person, in one-to-one therapy.
The important thing is to carry out the process.
Grieving feelings can also accompany other losses and not just the death of someone close.
We grieve with the decline of your health or the health of someone we love, or the end of an important relationship.
Therapeutic work with a person who has experienced a loss implies the integration of a sensitive and integrative model that involves a safe relationship with the Therapist and a complete process: sensorimotor, cognitive and emotional - with the traumatic experience.