Grief Recovery


If you have faced an experience that is causing you some grief, like the loss of something or someone, this can be a difficult time. It is not always something people can handle by themselves, and you do not have to. At Monmouth Integrative Counseling Services we have a highly professional and experienced grief recovery therapist in Wall NJ who can help you work through your feelings and move forwards. We can help you achieve some acceptance, and help you with the tools you need to handle grief and loss.

Three Levels of Grief

How anyone reacts to loss and how strong the emotions felt are, is impacted by different factors. It is stressful for the majority of people but when you work with a trained grief recovery therapist at Monmouth Integrative Counseling Services you can reduce the stress you feel and deal with underlying anxieties. Here is a closer look at the three levels of grief.

  1. Normal grief gets better over time, though it is natural to have some days that are better than others, it is not a steady improvement. Feelings of being deserted, anger, fear and emptiness are normal, and those will slowly be replaced or lessened over time, as you form new relationships, make new memories and talk to a grief and loss therapist in Wall NJ or where you are. With friends and family supporting you, you can talk about the loss, cry and grieve it, and start healing.
  2. The second more intense stage of grief is when you are struggling to get the images of the lost loved one out of your head and those raw emotions remain and sometimes are there for extended periods of time. At stage one you could with friends and family recover yourself, but with stage two it is important to seek out our professional grief and loss therapist at Monmouth Integrative Counseling Services. You will be more stressed and that is taking a toll on you physically as well as mentally and emotionally. You are not dishonoring your loved one by letting go. It is possible to celebrate them and the good memories you have. It could be that the loss came at an already hard time for you and may have led to exaggerated responses. It can lead to biochemical imbalance which can cause depression and mood swings and anxiety. Our specialist can help with that too.
  3. The third stage is the most intense response and often comes when the death is unexpected and sudden. It might be an accident, an act of terrorism, or part of a natural disaster. As with stage 2, you have raw emotions that are not easing with help from friends or family or the passing of time. It can even trigger PTSD. You might experience major mood swings, and have your beliefs and core values being questioned. With a Monmouth Integrative Counseling Services grief recovery therapist in Wall NJ you can get the help you need.

If you are feeling anxious, or depressed or are struggling to deal with your loss, come talk to our grief and loss therapist in Wall NJ. We have the experience and training to help whatever level of grief you are experiencing.

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