Manage and cope with Bereavement
Have you lost someone close to you?
We can help you cope with the sense of grief and loss which can be overwhelming.
You can come to terms with your loss and continue with your life, with our support.
You have a choice of clinics, therapists and therapies.
Your session will be supportive and completely confidential. Contact us for further information.
Call 020 8646 4337 for more information or to book your first appointment.
Call 0791 2644949 for your Balham Clinic
When a bereavement happens you go through a process of mourning - numbness, anger and sadness can all be part of this. Bereavement can also cause physical reactions including sickness, loss of appetite, sleeplessness, loss of energy.
Working through your grief can be a painful process, but it's often very necessary to ensure your future wellbeing.
There is no single way to grieve, everyone is different and each person grieves in his or her own way.
Children are aware when a loved one dies and they feel the loss in much the say way as adults do. Although children go through similar stages of grief, they may process through them more quickly. Understandably, some people try to protect children from the death and grieving process. But in fact, it's probably better to be honest with children about your own grief, and encourage them to talk about their feelings of pain and distress.
Hypnotherapy and Mindfulness are very successful ways to support you and help you cope with your grief.
Please ask a question if you have a query or would like further information.