When my husband, friend and companion of 48 years died after a long lingering illness I reached out to Lee for some support in putting things in perspective so that I could appropriately grieve for the whole relationship, not just the negative ending. He patiently listened to my ramblings and helped guide me in a much more positive direction.Helen G.
Thank you, Lee
I’m here to tell you that there can be hope and growth in the face of death and loss, that there are possibilities, not finalities.
There are no right and wrong ways to deal with grief, but there are approaches that have proven themselves over time. Solution-focused brief therapy can be helpful in making sense of the experience people go through when facing death or accompanying a family member or friend who is facing death. I follow Worden’s understanding of the grieving tasks.
I have a deep respect for the resources, abilities and worldview of those I work with. Not only have I helped individuals in private practice, but also I worked for a year in Anglicare’s Loss & Grief Centre in Adelaide, until it closed down. Why not call me on 8120 0300 or use my contact form to reach out and arrange a time to meet, either face to face or over Zoom, and discuss your particular needs.
I can also help with loss and grief over a pet or animal.
Lee sat with me as I grieved the loss of my wife. He then helped me find a path forward. He was very helpful.Wayne D.
Also worth reading: Grief and Loss and SFBT