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Suicide Bereavement

Support for navigating the unthinkable

Therapy for suicide bereavement may be helpful for you if...

  • You've lost a loved one to suicide and you struggle with the why's, how's, and what if's?
  • You're looking for a safe space to process the complex emotions you're feeling, like guilt, anger, and confusion.
  • It seems like there's no one to talk to about your loss and you're not sure where to find support.

Grief is complicated. Grief from suicide can be even more confusing. Read on to see if my suicide bereavement therapy & counselling services might help you.

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Not only did you lose your person, it seems like they've been erased from the memory of everyone you know. No one wants to talk about them, or at least no one knows how to.

You feel alone in your grief. You're not sure what to do with all the questions you have and the feelings that go along with them. 


"What if I had..."

"I should have..."

"If I had just..."


You've tried talking about the person you lost to suicide but it seems to make everyone uncomfortable or mad or sad. You're not sure what to do with your anger or sadness or guilt.

Grief is already a difficult thing to talk about in our culture. When someone we care about dies by suicide, it can feel like something we're not allowed to bring up with anyone, ever.
I can help you find healthy ways to carry your questions and your grief
We can work together to navigate the complicated emotions that often accompany loss by suicide. I can help you find ways to honor your loved one's memory. It's a tough journey and seeking support is a strength.
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