Loss, Grief and Bereavement Counselling in Newcastle
Loss, Grief and Bereavement Counselling Newcastle
The effects of loss and bereavement can lead us to feel as though life has been turned upside down and it can impact on other areas of life such as our own health, work, and relationships.
If left unchecked, the effects of grief can also lead to problems with depression, guilt, and anger. For those going through bereavement and experiencing grief, it can at times feel like you are alone, but there is help available.
Newcastle Psychologist and Counselling provide specialist bereavement and grief counselling in Newcastle to help support those experiencing life difficulties related to loss and bereavement. .
Bereavement Counselling in Newcastle
Bereavement is a specific type of loss, and involves the loss of someone close to us. The experience of losing someone important often comes with a range of emotions including grief, denial, anger, blaming (including ourself), and depression. .
Bereavement can be devastating, whether it is related to a family member, partner, friend, or pet. For some the grieving process can last many months or even years. It is important to remember that bereavement affects everyone differently, and that there is no right or wrong way to deal with the loss as it can be a painful process.
If left untreated however, the effects of bereavement can lead to other difficulties such as depression, insomnia, anxiety, anger and even problems with addiction or alcohol use. Bereavement and loss can also often cause difficulties in day to day life and impact on our work, health, hobbies and even damage our relationships.
Other Types of Loss
As well as losing someone through bereavement, it is also possible to experience grief related to other forms of loss.
These may include the end of a relationship, job loss, moving to a new location, or a decline in the physical or mental health of ourselves or someone we care about. Loss and grief can also occur following changes to our own health that means we are no longer able to do the things we used to, whether due to age, accident or a change in our own body or mind.
Similar to bereavement, these forms of loss can also lead to problems with depression, anxiety, insomnia, worry, anger and other difficulties that can impact on day to day life or come out in other ways.
Bereavement and Grief Counselling in Newcastle
The effects of bereavement and loss can be emotionally devastating, whether due to loss of a loved one, or change of your own circumstances that means a loss of your own ability. In spite of this, there is help and support available.
At Newcastle Psychologist & Counselling, our team of bereavement counsellors, psychologists and therapists offer a range of talking therapies and counselling approaches to help deal with grief and loss. This includes specialist bereavement counselling and counselling for other forms of grief to help with all aspects of loss and change.
Many of our therapists are trained in approaches such as Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance & Commitment Therapy (ACT), and other therapies aimed to help you process the difficulties that come with loss, grief and bereavement.
If you have experienced bereavement or loss or change in any other area of life and are finding it difficult to manage, don’t hesitate to get in touch on 07966 645 198 or by filling out our form below.
Dr Stuart Sadler
Newcastle Psychologist & Counselling
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