Grief can result from any kind of loss. Death is the most obvious, followed by the loss of relationships, roles, employment, a sense of power, feelings of stability, etc.
I address concerns related to grief and loss using Brainspotting, IFS, and mindfulness.
Brainspotting: Brainspotting is the use of points in our visual field. We identify a target concern, connect with where and how we feel it in our bodies, and allow our brains to move forward with the healing process of focused mindfulness. For more detailed information, go to: https://brainspotting.com/
IFS (Internal Family Systems) therapy: Internal family systems addresses target concerns or "parts" with the idea that we all have many "parts" or subpersonalities. A simple example is when we are experiencing two desires, such as "There's a part of me that wants to go to the gym, but there's a part of me that wants to stay home and rest." IFS looks as the parts of us that get activated in our daily lives and helps us connect with, understand, and eventually unburden them so that the conflicts, symptoms, or concerns that are resulting from their activation are no longer needed or present. For more detailed information go to: https://ifs-institute.com/
Mindfulness: Mindfulness is the act of becoming aware of and connecting with our internal state. For more information go to: https://www.apa.org/topics/mindfulness