Grief & Loss

Grief is a natural response to loss, and the grieving process is a unique and challenging part of the human experience. At Midpoint Psychology, we acknowledge that grief is a deeply personal experience that many individuals encounter during their lifetime.

What is Grief?

Grief is often thought of in relation to death; however it can present irrespective of what type of loss you experience. Grief may be triggered by the loss of a loved one – or it may be triggered by the loss of a relationship, a job, a pet – or something else entirely. The more significant the loss, the more intense the grief experience is likely to be. It can affect every aspect of an individual’s life and impact mental health.

Symptoms of Grief

Grieving manifests in various ways, and individuals may experience a range of emotions, from intense sadness and loneliness to anger or even numbness. Avoidance or difficulty engaging with important relationships or activities that previously brought you fulfillment are also indicators that grief is impacting your mental wellbeing.
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How Therapy Can Help

Therapy provides a compassionate space to navigate the complexities of your personal grief experience. Our warm, understanding psychologists at Midpoint Psychology are here to support you in processing emotions, finding meaning, and developing coping strategies. Through personalised therapeutic approaches, we aim to accompany you on your journey towards healing and acceptance.

Ready to Navigate Your Grief?

If you’re seeking support and understanding as you navigate grief, our team at Midpoint Psychology is here for you. Take the first step towards healing and book an appointment with our compassionate psychologists.