Mental Health Support for Grief and Loss
Grief and loss can profoundly affect your emotions and daily life. If you're struggling with the loss of a loved one, a relationship, or any significant life change, our registered psychologists are here to support you.
We offer professional strategies and empathetic support to navigate the challenges associated with grief and loss. Our aim is to help you understand your feelings, provide you with coping strategies, and guide you toward healing and acceptance.
BILLING & DIRECT BILLING
In Alberta, psychological services can often be covered by health insurance. However, coverage varies significantly between different insurance providers and plans. It's important for each client to check their specific coverage details before commencing therapy.
We accept a variety of payment methods and can offer direct billing for certain insurance providers. Please contact our office for further details.
Our Grief & Loss therapy focuses on helping individuals navigate the complexities of grief and adjust to life after loss. We utilize evidence-based techniques such as Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and grief counselling, specially designed to address the unique needs of those experiencing grief and loss.
THERAPY APPROACH & PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
Our psychologists are registered with the College of Alberta Psychologists and utilize evidence-based, person-centered approaches. They have specialized training in working with individuals experiencing grief and loss, providing compassionate care and tailored strategies to meet each client's unique needs and goals.
Engaging in our Grief & Loss therapy can potentially lead to better understanding of your grief, enhanced coping strategies, the ability to move forward while cherishing memories, and overall improved mental well-being. Remember, everyone's journey is unique, and results will vary.
Therapy sessions typically run for 50 minutes and can be conducted in-person or online. The frequency of sessions will be determined based on the client's needs and agreed upon by both the client and psychologist.