When Grief and Loss Are Complicated, Turning Point Psychotherapy Can Help

Have you lost someone very important you?
Are your emotions still painfully intense?
Are you avoiding people, place and things that could trigger painful thoughts and feelings related to what you’ve lost?
Do you find yourself thinking and thinking about the same things over and over again?
Are you blaming yourself for things you did or things that happened which you haven’t been able to reconcile yet?

If so, it sounds like you are grieving and your grieving process thus far is complex.

There is no generalized timeline for integrating grief. We all go at our own pace. But, if you feel that your emotions are prolonged, intense and too painful to allow you to function, then perhaps its time to reach out for some professional help.

Trained in the Hospice Model of Grief as a cyclical process, and in the Coherence Therapy model of attachment theory and implicit memory reconsolidation, I work with clients to help them process information about death at different levels of consciousness and mental representation.

In Painful Times of Grief and Loss, These Things are Common

Rearranging Thoughts
Short Term Memory Loss

Emotions May Be Getting The Best Of You

  • Rage
  • Relief
  • Yearning
  • Irritability
  • Impatience
  • Anguish
  • Guilt
  • Shame
  • Remorse

You May Be Coping In Ways That Hurt

  • Avoidance
  • Isolating
  • Clinging
  • Overly Talkative

Your Body May Be Feeling It Too:

  • Headaches
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Nausea
  • Colds and flu
  • Backache

When Grief is complicated, Turning Point Psychotherapy Can Help.

Past assumptions about your loved one, or beliefs you once had may suddenly no longer make sense.

Even mundane and practical realities like time or distance, basic needs and regrets, or guilt or shame can be negatively impacting your ability to grieve.

If you are facing a major life change or loss, please don’t wait another minute.

Please Call for a Free 15 Minute Consultation.