types of counseling
Some people respond better to certain types of therapy than others. Together we can figure out what is the right mix for you.
Individual counseling allows for privacy and personalized care. One-on-one therapy allows you and your counselor to go into more depth about your situation and go at the pace that feels right for you.
family & Couples
Family members may grieve differently from one another. This can cause tension and misunderstanding. Family grief counseling creates space for each person to grieve in their own way while learning how to support one another.
EMDR Therapy for grief
EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) is a type of therapy that allows people to heal after difficult life experiences, including loss, often at an accelerated rate. The brain stores these difficult experiences in memory networks. Anytime something happens that reminds the brain of the experience, the memory network starts firing, and all of the thoughts, emotions, and body sensations come flooding back. The goal of EMDR is to stop this from happening.
cognitive behavioral therapy (cbt) for grief
Sometimes when we are grieving we develop unhelpful thoughts or behaviors such as "If only I had..." or avoiding any reminders of your loss. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) helps you identify and then break those thoughts and behaviors and replace them with healthier and more productive ones.
Sometimes the drive is worth the connection that is created with in-person counseling. Our office is located in Richardson just minutes from I-75.
virtual grief counseling
Telehealth offers a convenient and health conscious option for therapy. Online counseling is provided through a secure and HIPPA compliant video service. Please ensure you have access to a computer, Wi-Fi, and a private area for sessions.