grief counselling, crying is quite normal; on your own or in a counselling session. grief can hit you at any time. colleagues at work should understand.

About Grief and crying

Grief and crying is a natural and normal response to loss, but it can be a very difficult and painful experience. If you are struggling to cope with the death of a loved one, seeing a bereavement counsellor can be a helpful way to get support.

As a bereavement counsellor I am a trained professional who can help you understand your grief and how to cope with it. I provide space for you to talk about your feelings, without judgment or criticism. I can also offer practical advice on how to manage your grief, such as how to deal with difficult emotions, how to communicate with others, and how to adapt your life after a loss. Grief and crying go together, do not be afraid to let your emotions out.

In addition to providing bereavement support, I am an experienced counsellor and can also help you to identify any underlying mental health issues that may be contributing to your grief. For example, if you are experiencing symptoms of depression or anxiety, I could help you with those too.

If you are struggling to cope with the death of a loved one, please consider seeing a bereavement counsellor. They can provide you with the support and guidance you need to heal and move on with your life.

To understand more about the different types of grief, see my blog.

Benefits of Grief Counselling

Here are some of the benefits of seeing a grrief and bereavement counsellor:

  • They can provide you with a safe and confidential space to talk about your feelings.
  • They can help you to understand your grief and learn how to cope with it in a healthy way. (grief and crying are a natural resonse to bereavement)
  • They can offer practical support on how to manage your grief.
  • They can help you to identify any underlying mental health issues that may be contributing to your grief.
  • They can provide you with support and guidance as you heal and move on with your life.

If you are interested in finding a bereavement counsellor, there are a few things you can do. You can ask your doctor for a referral, or you can search online for bereavement counsellors in your area.

About me. I have been a counsellor for more than 12 years. My specialisation is Bereavement Counselling. My clients are from 17 years old upwards from all walks of life and backgrounds. I am open and straightforward. Please do not hesitate to contact me. Read more about my bereavement counselling background.

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