Grief can come from several types of loss; the loss of a loved one, a move or transition, the ending of a relationship or any change that was significantly meaningful sudden or unexpected. Grief can be debilitating by increasing ones anxiety, disturbing sleep and eating patterns, disrupting ones ability to focus, creating unstable mood and sapping ones energy. These are all normal response to grief and best acknowledged engaged, and worked through. It is called grief “work” for a reason. The responses, although unavoidable, can be better managed through biofeedback training with an experienced grief and biofeedback therapist. Biofeedback can give some level of control back to the grieving person. It will improve mood, regulate sleep, increase focus, lower anxiety, control panic attacks and give one the ability to engage feelings and express them in therapy sessions.
Over time and after the initial process of engaging and accepting your loss, your experience can be the start of embarking on a remarkable journey. A journey of transformation and personal growth.
You are not alone, through our work together, I will be along on your journey to assist in your process and help to make it as gentle as possible.