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Grief Counseling

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Everyone experiences grief in their own way. Gozde and her associates create a confidential, safe place where you can feel comforted and understood, while learning to manage the changes and challenges that come with all types of loss — illness, age, sudden or accidental death, suicide, child or pregnancy loss.

Five Stages of Grief

In 1969, Elisabeth Kubler-Ross identified five linear stages of grief:

  • Denial

  • Anger

  • Bargaining

  • Depression

  • Acceptance

Kubler-Ross originally developed this model to illustrate the process of bereavement. Yet she eventually adapted the model to account for any type of grief. Kubler-Ross noted that everyone experiences at least two of the five stages of grief. She acknowledged that some people may revisit certain stages over many years or throughout life.