Bereavement Psychology Services
Psychologists have the professional training and clinical skills to help people learn to cope more effectively with a range of life issues and mental health problems, including bereavement. Some people may want to talk to a psychologist because they have felt depressed, anxious or angry for a long time. Or, they may want help with a more short-term problem. A psychologist can help people break past barriers that keep them from reaching their goals.
Psychology Sessions in Chiswick, West London
Sessions will involve talking openly about presenting issues and may include completing questionnaires or assessments, which are evidence based, to establish patterns in the way a person feels, thinks and behaves.
Psychologists can help with many concerns, the focus being on finding ways to help improve the quality of life by the application of scientific research into the problems being experienced. And a wide range of problems experienced by people of all backgrounds and ages are brought to psychologists.
Problems can be understood in terms of recognised mental or emotional health concerns for example depression or more thought process or “cognitive” difficulties associated with concerns like dementia, autism, learning difficulties or even the impact of head injuries or trauma.
Bereavement Psychology Services in London
Loss affects everyone in different ways and the experience of bereavement is dependent upon the unique context of the loss.
About Bereavement Counselling and Loss
Whilst there is a natural cycle for how we deal with loss or a bereavement, psychology sessions offer an opportunity to share the experience. It also provides a caring relationship to explore and look for ways to alleviate the painful experience of believing that life will never be the same and that it is not possible to imagine feeling better.
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We can offer same day appointments for our services.
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Adriana is a skilful, warm and professional psychotherapist.
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