Loss, Bereavement and Grief

Most of us experience grief when we lose someone or something important to us. Bereavement, grief, and loss can affect us in different ways, impacting on our physical and mental health, work, family and relationships. You may be experiencing bereavement due to the death of a loved one, or anticipatory grief when a loved one lives with a terminal or life-limiting condition. You may also experience grief due to the end of a relationship, job or other life experiences.

It is not always easy to recognise when bereavement, grief, and loss are the reason why we act or feel differently. Some of the more common symptoms include:

  • Shock and numbness
  • Overwhelming sadness, crying
  • Exhaustion
  • Anger
  • Guilt
  • Sleep difficulties

There is no right or wrong way to feel when we experience bereavement, grief, and loss. We may not have these feelings all the time. At times, we may experience strong feelings unexpectedly.

If you are struggling with a bereavement and feel alone, it is important to know that there is specialist support available. At Angsana Psychology, we offer grief counselling in Norwich, providing support for those experiencing difficulties related to loss, bereavement, and grief.

Therapy and Counselling for Loss

Our clinical psychologist Dr Jinnie Ooi offers specialist bereavement and grief counselling for those struggling with all aspects of loss or change. Within our warm and compassionate therapy environment, we provide both online and face-to-face therapy in Norwich, which integrates techniques from a variety of models, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT).

Bereavement & Grief Counselling Norwich

By taking into account your individual circumstances, our grief counselling in Norwich can help you to process the difficulties that come with loss or bereavement. Contact us today for your initial assessment with our therapist in Norwich, where we will discuss the difficulties due to grief, before creating a plan to move forward together.