Therapy for Grief and Bereavement.
We have multiple approaches to grief therapy.
Jess uses IADC which is an EMDR-based process that helps grieving clients access and process their core sadness. Once the sadness has been reduced with the use of eye movements, clients often enter a deep state of receptivity and openness. Clients may then have an experience of connecting with their loved one. This can be very gratifying and healing, even if your loss happened a long time ago.
Kate uses art therapy. Art therapy allows individuals who are grieving the opportunity to express and process their sensory and emotional experiences. Often when someone has experienced a significant loss they describe the experience as a fog, a heaviness, numbness, despair… These experiences are registered in the sensory/emotional right side of our brain, which is processed and expressed through creative means much more readily then through cognitive conversation.