Grief and loss are a universal, intrinsic element of the human experience. Every culture,
every society has rituals and beliefs surrounding death and that have been nurtured and continued for generations. Grief and loss is not the sole domain of death however, but is in response to change of any kind. Many people find that they experience grief at the end of a relationship, after losing a job or after miscarriage or infertility.
Grief counselling can help you understand what you are going through. There are many theories on grief, and an experienced counsellor can help you identify which grieving style makes the most sense of your experience. They can then guide you through the processes, helping you come out the other end richer for the experience.
If you or a loved one are experiencing grief, Margaret McDonald can help. With over thirty years experience Margaret can teach you techniques and strategies to help you through this difficult time. Please don’t hesitate to phone our office on 3862 8833 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
– ©Margaret McDonald, 2015.