all ages experience grief.
Grief can come from the loss of a loved one that is still alive or
loss through death. There are, however, many other sources of grief.
Grief comes in waves, recedes, and then another wave moves in.
Job loss, health issues, divorce, family and financial issues are but a few of life’s transitions that can cause the grief process.
Generally, the 5 stages of grief are:
- Acceptance (Elizabeth Kubler-Ross).
The stages of grief represent a general structure. Each individual experiences their own grief process, unique to that individual. Frequently a loss can move to different depths of painful emotional states with the passage of time. EMDR enables you to move through the stages of grief and resolve triggers, leaving you with relief and a meaningful connection to your loved one.
Many people are not able to accept the loss, pain, heartache, and the grief continues. For others, there has been a history of losses over time that complicate the grief process.
When the depression, anxiety, anger, isolation, and pain just don’t go away, one is experiencing prolonged grief.
EMDR facilitates resolving grief and prolonged grief.
I offer an initial 20-minute phone consultation. Please call me at (916) 225-6311 and include your name and personal phone number that you can be reached at or where I can leave a message, if you are not available, when I return your inquiry. Please call today to start moving toward a brighter tomorrow.