Our network of counselors can help you cope with grief.
Coping with loss can mean so many different things. Grief can come from losing a loved one, divorce, retirement, imprisonment, breakups, and even major changes in one’s environment such as moving. These hardships have a myriad of origins and their symptoms are, subsequently, unique in nature. Therapy will help to sort through these emotions and set a plan for the future.
Common feelings associated with grief include:
Did you know?
Ignoring symptoms of grief won’t make them go away.
A major loss can bring on a whole collection of intense feelings. You might feel anger, resentment, guilt, relief, and sadness. It is even possible to experience all of these feelings at once which can complicate the process even more. Some people may attempt to avoid these feelings. Ignoring the feelings and the loss means you don’t have to deal with it, right?
Unfortunately, this is not the case. By ignoring the feelings that come along with grief, you are just putting off the time in which you grieve. Instead of dealing with your feelings now, they are more likely to arise at a less convenient time.
We can help you on your road to healing.
Your grief may never completely go away. One day you might feel like you have a grasp on it and the next, you are met with the intense feelings of anxiety and sadness. When you experience a major loss, your life is forever changed and no one can tell you to just forget about it.
The grief counselors in our Schaumburg network are here to help you begin your journey toward healing.
Online. In-person. Easy to begin.
Our network of Schaumburg therapists partner with insurances and neighboring healthcare providers in the community to ensure your counseling needs are met in the most efficient way possible. Regardless of your insurance or financial situation, we have flexible payment plans in place so that nothing can stop you from getting the help you or your loved one needs.