Grief and Loss Counselling
It is never easy to face the sickness or death of a loved one. Feelings of anxiety, fear, anger, grief, despair and sadness, can overwhelm you and disrupt your ability to focus and live your life. Against this backdrop of emotional upheaval, you need someone to lean on.
The best solution is to benefit from the experience and guidance of a counsellor that has helped others like yourself.
A Trusted Counsellor for End of Life Challenges
Over the last 30 years, I have counselled hundreds of individuals regarding the emotional, ethical and family issues that arise near end of life. I support families as they prepare to say goodbye to their loved ones. In the months that follow, I listen as they share their story of loss repeatedly as the sting subsides. Often mourners have unfinished business with the deceased that must also be reconciled before being able to move forward.
Who Grief and Loss Counselling is For
My counselling is offered to those facing death at home, hospital or hospice and to their loved ones. I have a particular interest in counselling those who have lost a loved one to suicide. This specific challenge requires a unique approach which I have experience with.
How Grief and Loss Counselling Works
As a therapist and Rabbi, I have made this journey with families hundreds of times, taking them from dealing with sickness and death toward a path of acceptance and healing. Through wise counsel, ancient wisdom and modern therapeutic insights I have helped ease the way for the dying and their loved ones.
Finding the Right Fit
Successful counselling requires trust and comfort. Therapy and counselling are very personal in nature and it’s important that there is a good fit between you and the person you choose to guide you through this process. For this reason, I offer a free phone consultation to learn more about your challenges, answer your questions and together begin to outline a way forward.