How to Cope With Bereavement & Loss

How to Cope With Bereavement & Loss

The loss of someone you love or something that was important to you can be very upsetting and sometimes feel overwhelming. A natural grieving process is important for any kind bereavement and will remain unfinished until addressed.

Some of us have difficulty staying in touch with upsettling emotions around bereavement and can then try and suppress the painful feelings. The grieving process will remain unfinished and the uncomfortable feelings can then surface at other times with intensity and often much confusion, causing difficulty in relationships at home and work. Counselling can be used to help with this process.    

Grieving is a natural process we go through in response to bereavement or losses of many kinds, eg. death, loss of a job, relationship breakdown, life events again and any significant changes. When we are in the middle of painful grief, we can feel that it will never end. Saying goodbye or letting go, can be an rich process of valuing and honouring the loss and enabling you to move forward, with support.  

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Ways we can help

Each person will have their own way of dealing with their Loss or Bereavement and at BCPC we can help you do that. We offer a safe, non-judgmental setting where you are able to work one-to-one with a therapist to explore the process you are going through.

If you would like to work with an experienced therapist in a safe and confidential place contact us here.  If you would prefer us to call you back please put you contact details here.

 

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