Grief, Sorrow, Loss and Mourning
Grief Therapy and Loss Counseling in Philadelphia: If you have just suffered the loss of a loved one, it may seem that happiness is an emotion that is out of reach. Taking care of your own mental health during this difficult time may seem impossible, let alone caring for other loved ones. Read this section in order to identify ways to make this transition possible, and to learn about the many faces of grief.
We have broken down the types of tips written on grief, sorrow, loss and mourning into the following four categories:
- Children and loss
- Overcoming loss and moving forward
- Stages of grief
- Types of loss, grief and sorrow
If after reading all of our self help tips, you find yourself wanting more support and you live in Center City Philadelphia or the surrounding regions, including the Main Line, Montgomery County, Bucks County, Chestery County, Cherry Hill and Southern New Jersey area and want to schedule an appointment for grief counseling / grief therapy call (267) 324-9564.
Below you will find all the tips written on this topic. For more specific browsing, see the "now browsing" section on the left side of the page.
A gratitude tree, is a self help exercise designed to teach people the art of positive thinking.
A tip about loss
This article explores the varied types of grief: death of a loved one, losing a job, divorce, children growing up, and bankruptcy. Additionally, some ideas on how to cope are suggested.
Do you use Facebook as a way to keep you connected to past relationships? Do you find yourself checking Facebook updates of an ex often as a way to stay updated? Facebook is still new to us when it comes to the dating world and the breakup process.
Working through your anger after a loss.
A walk-through guide to have a conversation to assert boundaries.
It's always good to strive for more, but sometimes when we have too many or too high of expectations, they can create rigid thinking of what's "supposed to be." Sometimes having no expectations can lead to the best results.
Typical thoughts and healing strategies.
Loss of a loved one
Strategies for Processing Emotions.
Have you often heard various types of words to describe therapy? Have you wondered if there's even a difference between Counseling and Psychotherapy? There's many different labels for psychotherapy, and there are many different labels for the psychotherapist. Keep reading to find out the difference.
For many newlyweds, as happy as they are to finally be married, it is normal to experience a sense of loss for your wedding day. Develop effective tools to put your focus and energy on your marriage, and learn to cope with your "big day" being in the past.
How a spiritual connection can facilitate your healing process.
Rituals can be an essential practice when grieving the loss of a loved one. Rituals and traditions can come in many forms, big or small. Sometimes finding the right ones that fit you, and represent your loved one takes time and practice.
Developing a plan of action.