Grief is an intense type of sadness triggered by loss. Loss of a loved one, career, or relationship is a significant life change that is often challenging to navigate. Regardless of what’s causing your grief, licensed clinical psychologist Andrea Liner, PsyD, offers personalized grief counseling at Flux Psychology in Denver, Colorado. If grief is interfering with your life, call Flux Psychology or schedule an appointment online today.
Grief is the emotional suffering and sadness you experience following a loss. Different types of loss can trigger grief. For example, you could lose a loved one, a beloved pet, a relationship, or even your career.
However, indirect loss can also trigger grief. Dr. Liner helps many people cope with their feelings of loss when they go through a significant life change like graduating from college or moving away from home. When your perception of yourself changes, you can mourn the loss of who you used to be.
Grief can be overwhelming, causing intrusive and distressing symptoms that interfere with your physical health and your ability to function in your daily life. Everyone responds to loss differently and you shouldn’t be ashamed of your feelings.
Grief counseling is a type of psychotherapy that helps you explore and resolve your feelings of loss and bereavement and learn to cope with them, reducing the disruption to your life.
At Flux Psychology, Dr. Liner provides personalized grief counseling to help you recover from grief and find relief from your symptoms and distressing feelings.
Recovering from grief is often complicated as loss can trigger a variety of emotions, ranging from sadness and regret to guilt and anger.
Dr. Liner gives you the space to explore and express any and all feelings and thoughts included in your grief. She helps you develop strategies to express your feelings so they no longer interfere with your quality of life.
Grief is a personal experience and it’s a normal human experience. However, if your emotions and thoughts interfere with your life, you should talk to Dr. Liner. Some of the signs that you might benefit from grief counseling include:
Grief can also trigger physical symptoms like unexplained illness, muscle aches, and fatigue.
If you have intrusive thoughts about your loss or are struggling to return to your regular activities following your loss, call Flux Psychology or make an appointment online today for customized grief counseling.
*Flux Psychology does not offer emergency services. Please contact the Colorado Crisis Hotline at 1-844-493-8255 or dial 911 for immediate help.
Flux Psychology is not an emergency services provider. If you are in immediate need of assistance, please call Colorado Crisis Services at 1-844-493-8255, dial 911, or go to your nearest emergency room.