Grief Therapists

Grief therapists help individuals accept the death of a spouse, child, partner, parent, sibling, or loved one. Therapists give their clients reassurance and help them examine and resolve feelings, including negative ones, that may be associated with the death. Counseling may be done on a one-to-one basis, with a small group, or as part of a support group.

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