Loss is a universal human experience. Grief is how we respond to loss, particularly when we lose someone or something that we care deeply about. Grief is a difficult, but natural process that helps us adapt to the changes that loss brings to our lives. Sometimes, we adjust to loss with the support of our friends, family, and community and require no further assistance. Grief in and of itself is not an illness requiring intervention. It is a natural and healing experience.
Sometimes though, grief is complicated by factors such as multiple losses, unresolved relationship issues, traumatic experiences, suicide, unexpected death, the loss of a child, or any number of factors, that can overwhelm and prevent you from making progress in your grief journey. These complications can prevent you from progressing toward the adaptations needed for you to continue to function and live your life with meaning, growth and a sense of wellness. If you are experiencing roadblocks in your grieving process, there are many ways we can support and help you get past them so you can continue on your path toward healing. Contact us today at 385-220-0770, so we can discuss how we can support you through your grief journey.