Grief counseling usually referred to as bereavement therapy, is a type of treatment designed to aid in coping with loss, such as the passing of a spouse, parent, friend, or co-worker. Losing a loved one can be physically and emotionally painful, which can occasionally make it difficult for you to carry out daily tasks. We are offering cutting-edge counseling with a focus on preventing the worried person's grief and emotional collapse.
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Frequent Questions & Answers
Greif counselling is a therapy that helps people to cope with the emotional loss and stress that they go through in their lives.
Anyone who is going through any loss, trauma or grief in life can benefit from grief counselling regardless of age, gender or background.
Greif counselling can be helpful to anyone who is going through any level of grief from mild to severe.
Grief counselling aims to help individuals process their emotions, develop grief overcoming strategies and adjust to life.
Yes, at Living in Wellbeing grief counselling can be done remotely through video calls or phone calls.
Yes, grief counselling helps deal with other types of emotional distress like depression, anxiety, fear, etc.
In the first grief counselling session at Living in Wellbeing, you may expect the counsellor to talk to you about the issue you are facing and how you feel in life.
The duration of grief counselling varies depending on the needs and requirements of an individual. It may last for several weeks or months.
In grief counselling, a wide range of techniques are used that include talk therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and mindfulness practices.
No, it is never too late for seeking grief counselling. It can be a lifelong process and helpful at any point in life.