Coping Through COVID-19

Our healing team is offering 50% off telehealth video sessions for individuals throughout Alberta who are seeking coping strategies to effectively manage grief, stress, and anxiety through circumstances relating to the coronavirus

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Through action, education, and authentic connection,
empower yourself to move beyond pain
and heal after loss.

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(780) 288-8011

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Your Journey to Healing

Grief is a deeply painful, lonely, and isolating experience. When someone we care about dies, our relationship ends in divorce, or we experience any of the other 40 forms of loss, we often feel unprepared and ill-equipped to deal with our emotions.

Among the many normal reactions we experience after loss include, emotional and physical exhaustion, reduced concentration, numbness, isolation, changes in eating and sleeping, and a rollercoaster of emotional energy.

Sadly, a majority of us have not been taught how to heal our emotional pain after loss. Instead, we are told to “move on”, “keep busy”, “be strong”, “wait for time to heal” and eventually, “get over it”. This misinformation further isolates us in our pain and distracts us from our healing.

The wonderful news is, grief does not have to be a life sentence of suffering. There are actionable tools that can help you to move beyond the pain and heal your heart after loss. At The Grief and Trauma Healing Centre, we utilize evidence-informed, practice-based methodologies to equip you with lifelong strategies to reclaim your sense of well-being, identity, and purpose.

Whether you are grieving due to a recent loss or a loss from long ago, it is never too soon or too late to heal your heart. We are warm and compassionate helpers who invite you to join us in our safe, supportive, and non-judgmental space to courageously take new action to heal. We welcome you to contact us today for grief counselling in Edmonton.

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Register Today for Our 2-Day Grief Recovery® Workshop For Women

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Grief Recovery®

There are over 40 forms of loss that can create the feelings of grief. Whether you are grieving due to a death, divorce, romantic break-up, loss of trust, loss of health, or any other experience, our Grief Recovery® programs are designed to equip you with the tools to heal your emotional pain.

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Individual Therapy

We offer individual therapy in a number of areas, including complex trauma, depression, anxiety, addictions, childhood abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, and LGBTQ issues. We offer a safe, supportive, and confidential space to courageously take action to heal, grow, and recover.

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Couple and Family Therapy

We offer couples therapy in several areas, including communication, conflict resolution, infidelity, love languages, grief and loss, trust, and intimacy. We also provide family therapy to support parents and children through various forms of loss and life transitions.

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Invest in Yourself

When you work with a Registered Psychologist, you are investing in your emotional health and well-being. We offer flexible rates to suit your unique therapeutic needs and goals, including a sliding scale program for those who do not have insurance or benefits coverage.

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Blog Posts

Physical Injuries and Emotional Suffering

By March 8, 2020

Physical injuries are painful, crippling and affect many areas in our lives. When we suffer from physical injuries our close friends and families can be compassionate and help with everyday routines such as getting groceries and helping around the house. Our loved ones can be attuned to our needs and dedicate time to support us… Read more »

The Iran Plane Crash: Unexpected Loss and Devastating Tragedy

By January 31, 2020

Unexpected and traumatizing loss can leave us feeling shocked, numb and in disbelief. After hearing about the Iran plane crash carrying several Edmontonians, we were shocked, devastated and heartbroken. Not only do our hearts ache for the friends and family who lost their loved ones, but we grieve as a city and a nation. Our… Read more »