GRIEF AND LOSS SUPPORT
Navigating and Comprehending Loss
When someone loses an appendage or part of their physical body, their brain is unable to process the change. A person is left with phantom feelings and expectations. The brain expects to touch something and then reasons there must be something wrong with the outside world since it can't comprehend that part of the body is now missing.
Similarly, with a traumatic loss, your brain (and you) have a tough time rationalizing part of you is now gone - instead it feels as though something is wrong with the world around you.
Regardless of your loss - spouse, family member, job, divorce - it is my goal to support you in processing your loss and finding your way to your new life ahead!