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The loss of a loved one is an emotionally profound experience that can leave an individual grappling with overwhelming grief, at times rendering them completely immobilized.


However, it's important to recognize that bereavement and loss can be triggered by various life events beyond the death of a loved one.


For professional grief counselling, contact Margaret Parkes Therapy

Personalised Grieving

I firmly believe that grieving is an exceptionally personal journey, and there is no one-size-fits-all approach to bereavement. For each person, the grieving process takes its own time, and it's essential to exercise patience with oneself during this trying period.


However, if you find yourself trapped in your grief or overwhelmed by its weight, I am here to accompany you on this journey. Through our work together, we can navigate the intense emotions associated with loss, making life more manageable in the present and surmounting the obstacles preventing you from moving forward.


For client-focused grief counselling services, contact Margaret Parkes Therapy

Diverse Forms of Loss

Loss permeates various facets of life, and I have extensive experience assisting individuals in coping with these diverse forms of loss. This includes issues like divorce, the loss of health, job loss, retirement, financial instability, miscarriage, serious illness of a family member, the loss of friendship, or the sense of security shattered by trauma, among others.


In our sessions, we will work together to process your feelings surrounding these losses, and we will delve into the inner dialogue that may be hindering your progress toward a brighter future.

Grieving as a Natural Process

Grieving is a natural and necessary process. My role as a therapist is to work alongside clients, helping them navigate this process in their unique way while ensuring they don't get stuck or "park" in their grief.


Together, we can honor your emotions and facilitate your journey toward healing and resilience.


For help navigating grief, contact Margaret Parkes Therapy

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