Are You Looking For Grief Support?
Learn More About Grief Counselling or The Grief Recovery Method
Did you know that there are more than forty life events that can lead to feelings of grief and despair? While many people think that death and divorce are the only reasons to take part in grief counselling, several situations can lead to someone seeking grief support. Because there are varying levels and intensities of grief, the recovery process may look different for everyone. Some individuals may need counselling with a registered and trained psychologist, while others thrive under The Grief Recovery Method. Contact me to see if The Grief Recovery Method is right for you. If you require additional support, I can recommend you to a therapist that specializes in grief counselling in Calgary.
Grief Recovery vs. Grief Counselling
Grief Support By Meg Roberts
An Alternative to Grief Counselling
There are several different methods and approaches for working through grief and overcoming loss, but the Grief Recovery Method is the only evidence-based program in the world. Grief Recovery Specialists are certified under the Grief Recovery Institute, and although some are therapists, it’s not a requirement.
As a Grief Recovery Specialist and a life coach in Calgary, and having been through what I’ve been through, I find The Grief Recovery Handbook to be an invaluable tool when helping clients recover from a loss.
I have complete confidence that The Grief Recovery Method can help you expand your understanding of grief, identify limiting emotions and behaviours, renew your sense of hope and purpose in life.
If you’re seeking grief counselling in Calgary, consider all the alternatives, including The Grief Recovery Method.
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Only trained psychologists can offer grief counselling. Trained psychologists may or may not utilize The Grief Recovery Method. Meg Roberts is a certified Grief Recovery Specialist and is currently pursuing a Master’s education in her efforts to become a registered psychologist.
“Love yourself and know that you are deserving, you are powerful, and you are loved beyond measure.” ~ Meg