Grief is the emotional suffering that we experience when we lose someone or something that we love. The greater our love and dependence the greater our sense of loss will be. Losing a loved one that has been an important part of our life for many years can give rise to an experience of intense grief and bereavement. Many other losses can also give rise to grief including divorce or relationship breakups, the death of a pet, losing a job, or losing a friendship.
People often think that if grief is a process to be gone through and that there is nothing that can be done about it other than to accept the pain and confusion of their loss until things eventually start to get better. This is a wrong attitude. Yes, grieving is a process, but effective therapy can greatly speed up that process. With effective help from a therapist people can reach the stage of being able to get on with their lives much quicker than they would otherwise have been able to.
Brain Working Recursive Therapy provides a unique and effective way of speeding up that process so that you can make peace with your loss and adjust to your new life. I will begin by asking you to tell me about all significant loved ones that have passed away in your life. It will be difficult for you to effectively cope with a recent loss if there are unresolved losses from your past. If there are other unresolved losses from your past that you have yet to fully process we will need to work with them as well as part of therapy.
PLEASE NOTE: I am no longer working as a therapist. However, I remain a student and supporter of BWRT - an excellent therapy with the power to help people to make personal changes swiftly and effectively. I am keeping this site live in order to help people to discover BWRT, and to share my thoughts and reflections about BWRT from time to time. To Find a therapist please visit the website of the Institute of Brainworking Recursive Therapy