Find Healing and Closure With Grief Counseling and Grief Therapy From Our Experienced Brooklyn Therapists
Flourish Psychology is a boutique psychotherapy practice that specializes in anxiety and anxiety therapy. Our local, NYC therapists combine caring, supportive guidance with evidence-based treatment solutions to help you work through any type of mental health condition, and find yourself better able to take on the challenges of the day.
Our anxiety therapists are available to help you with all anxiety conditions, including generalized anxiety disorder.
Call Flourish Psychology today at 917-737-9475 or reach out to us via our contact form and our office will call you as soon as possible.
Why is Flourish Psychology the Right Choice For Grief Counseling?
Grief is one of life’s most difficult emotions we face as human beings. That can make it difficult to reach out when you need help.
That’s why at Flourish Psychology, we are focused on your comfort. We go at a pace that feels right for you, and utilize evidence based solutions that match what you’re feeling and experiencing. Developing an environment where you feel safe is important to us, so whatever your needs are, our therapists are ready to lend a helping hand each step of the way.
If you would like to begin with a short phone call and work your way from there, we are able to schedule a brief consult, where we can get to know each other and help determine if therapy together is the right fit. Our goal during the first session will just be for us to get to know your situation and for you to feel comfortable. Please don’t hesitate and contact our office to begin your grief counseling and recovery today.
What are the Symptoms Of Grief?
After experiencing the loss of a loved one, the symptoms associated with grief can initially be quite severe. As those grief symptoms slowly pass, those previous hurts from grief can linger or even get worse over time. It’s important to have therapists and loved ones to talk to that you can trust, as isolation can often cause symptoms to reoccur to intensify if they are not treated.
If you or a loved one have recently lost someone, these are some of the initial signs of grief:
Sadness, sorrow, or deep emotional pain.
Thinking about little else but the death of your loved one.
Unable to accept the death.
Numbness, isolation, or detachment.
Anger directed toward your loss.
A lack of meaning or purpose in everyday life.
Inability to trust others.
Guilt associated with enjoying life.
Some people may also develop issues with carrying out normal routines, symptoms associated with depression, or an unfair belief that you are to blame or should have passed away as well. It is important to reach out to a professional if any of these initial feelings or more complicated grief symptoms begin to occur.
At Flourish Psychology, we are dedicated to using evidence-based treatments. This means our treatment options are based on science and tailored to you and your situation.
While there are many different treatments proven to be effective for grief counseling, if a style is not working for you, we will adapt and find treatment for your trauma, grief, and coping that will.
Some of the treatments for grief include:
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
Interpersonal Therapy (IPT)
Prolonged Exposure Therapy (PE)
Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT)
Different therapists offer different specialties, and we can match you with someone that fits your specific needs.
Next Steps – Schedule An Appointment For Grief Counseling
While we may be located in Brooklyn, Flourish Psychology is happy to offer remote therapy options with a variety of professional therapists and therapists at the ready. They will be able to find treatments that fit your situation, for men and women of all ages. It will be our therapists’ primary goal to help walk you through the process of healing and acceptance that you need.
Call our front office at (917)737-9475 during business hours, or schedule an appointment using our online form to begin the process of grief therapy.