Are You Mourning a Loss?

You recently lost loved one and don’t know how to get through the day without crying. You feel empty, hurt, and abandoned. Your day to tasks are overwhelming. Your life feels surreal…

You have flashback memories of your loved one. You can’t sleep. You have no desire to eat. You wonder, “what’s the point?”. The sadness is crushing.

Everyone experiences grief differently. Grief comes from many losses including the loss of a loved one, the loss of a job, the loss of a pregnancy, a divorce or the loss of a pet. Grief often feels lonely and isolating. We often feel like no one understands or like everyone is avoiding us. No one tells us about the awkwardness that comes with grief, not knowing what to say or what to do or how to respond to others. No one prepares us for the first holiday alone or the next birthday without a phone call from our beloved.

There is no right or wrong way to grieve. Together, we can determine the best way for you to move forward and honor your loss. We will find your strength, your hope and even find yourself again. We will find ways to move forward, to gain self-awareness, and discover a new meaningful way of life.

You Are Not Alone

Grief causes many symptoms. Here are a few of the most common:


  • crying
  • headaches
  • loss of appetite
  • little or no sleep
  • weakness
  • fatigue


  • sadness/depression
  • anxiety
  • isolated/alone
  • not so normal behaviors
  • slowed movements

If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, feel free to reach out using the contact button above OR call or text 302-233-2002. Convenient night and weekend appointments available with working professionals and parents in mind….so you don’t have to miss work or family activities. Alternatively, you can schedule HERE. To read about fees and payments, click HERE.