Grief & Loss Therapy​Wheaton, IL

Loss in any form confronts us with questions like “why did this happen?”, “how do I move on?” and “will life ever be the same without…?” Loss impacts all of us, but each person feels emotional and psychological pain differently. Regardless of how you’re experiencing your loss today, it is important that you allow yourself to experience healing. Grief therapy will empower you to live with your losses, honor your emotions, and find the courage to move forward in life.

Grief & loss therapy

Why is grief therapy necessary?

 At times we are stuck in the grieving process. Our friends and family might encourage us to move on, and we might feel abandoned and betrayed by others. Seeking therapy for grief can help you process your feelings and make sense of the emotional pain you are experiencing. Your therapist can give you the support you need to heal and honor your losses.

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Benefits of grief therapy

We all experience loss at some point in our lives, and there is nothing wrong with finding a safe space to process and feel our feelings. Honoring our experience and pain can help us heal faster. During counseling, your therapist will help you with the following:

How do we work with our grieving clients?

We all grieve our losses at our own unique pace. For some, it may take a few months to work through their grief, while for others, it may take years. There are no determined times and expectations towards the person grieving. In grief therapy, we journey with our clients to honor their loss at the pace they are comfortable.

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How to start therapy with us

Book An Intake

Book a 15-minute intake appointment with our intake specialist today.

Get Matched

Get matched with one of our therapists who fits your needs and preferences.

Start Therapy

Attend your session at your own pace. Experience in-person or online therapy.

Want help finding a therapist?

Schedule a 15-minute conversation with our Client Care Coordinator.

common questions Asked About Grief & Loss Therapy

Grief and loss therapy is a form of counseling designed to help individuals cope with the emotional, psychological, and sometimes physical effects of loss. This can include the death of a loved one, the end of a significant relationship, job loss, or any other major life changes that involve loss.

Grief and loss therapy can provide support and guidance as you navigate through your feelings of loss. It aims to help you understand and process your emotions, develop coping strategies, and gradually move towards healing. Therapy can also offer a space to share your memories and feelings in a safe and understanding environment.

We understand that finding a therapist can be a difficult process. For this reason we have made reaching out easy. Simply schedule your 15-minute intake call right now to get matched with one of our therapists. Get started by filling up our Contact Form right now. If you prefer a phone call, call us at (630) 447-8818. 

Our service covers a wide range of grief and loss experiences, including bereavement, divorce or relationship breakup, loss of health, job loss, and any other situations that have caused significant emotional pain. Please reach out if you have specific needs, and we can discuss how we can support you.

Presently we are in network with AetnaBlue Cross Blues Shield (PPO), and Cigna Behavioral Health. Clients also use their HSA Card or pay out-of-pocket for their session. See full description about insurance by clicking on the question.



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The duration of grief and loss therapy varies significantly from person to person. It depends on many factors, including the nature of the loss, your personal coping style, your support network, and more. Some people find relief in a few sessions, while others may need longer-term support.

Absolutely. Seeking therapy for grief is a healthy step towards healing. Grief can be an overwhelming and isolating experience, and having a professional guide can make a significant difference in how you cope and recover.

Yes, you can. There is no “correct” timeline for grieving, and it’s not uncommon for unresolved feelings of loss to surface years after the event. Therapy can help you address these feelings whenever they arise.

If you find that your feelings of grief are overwhelming, interfering with your daily life, or you’re struggling to move forward, it might be time to seek therapy. Other signs include persistent sadness, difficulty sleeping, changes in appetite, or a lack of interest in activities you once enjoyed.

It’s okay if you’re not ready to discuss your loss in detail. Therapy can proceed at a pace that feels comfortable for you, focusing on helping you cope with your feelings and develop strategies to manage your day-to-day life as you navigate your grief.

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