Most likely you don’t know anyone who has lost a loved one and immediately went, “I’m okay with this.” The grief process is a natural part of losing a loved one, or even for other hard losses in life. Grief is entirely dependent on the person and the situation, so there’s no ‘one size fits all’ solution for it—sometimes, there’s no real solution at all, and it must run its course.
Sure, you can search the internet on “ways to feel better”, and follow some DIY instructions—which may or may not help. However, there’s great value in input from an experienced therapist or counselor. Grief therapy is tailored to the individuals, their experiences, and their situation. You have a better chance at coming through the grief process on a positive light with the help of a therapist.
Many people prefer confidential, one-on-one counseling for grief of a loss. However, there are other options for those who may do better in a group or with family. You have diverse options when working with grief therapy.
Grief therapy gives guidance
While homeopathic solutions such as essential oils and aromas to ease the mind may temporarily provide relief, grief therapy gives guidance through these tough times. Again, because the grief process is different for each person, and can take many forms, it takes the assistance of a therapist or counselor to know the best ways to help that person through it. Going through grief and not sure where to turn? Here in Maryland, the Family Service Foundation is happy to provide short term grief therapy for those who would like assistance through the grief process. Visit our website for more information.
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