Are you struggling with how to live in the wake of a sudden loss? Have you received a diagnosis of a chronic illness and are struggling with how to live well as a result? Does the pain of loosing a loved one continue to have significant impact on your life and you don't know how to process the pain? Has your partner been given a hard diagnosis such as cancer or ALS and you are struggling with how to process and support them? Do you feel misunderstood in your grieving process?

Answering yes to any of the above means you are at the right place. We are not always given a manual of how to handle the various curveballs life throws at us and I don’t feel like we should have to journey through this alone. Whether it is the loss of a loved one, a cancer diagnosis in the family, a negative unexpected incident, life transition, or sudden loss. Our society does not understand grief and loss and the various and many well meaning people end up hurting us based on their assumptions of loss.

Counselling can help in these situations to provide a safe space where your counsellor walks alongside, helping your process, develop coping skills, come to resolution, and derive meaning out of hard situations.