Finding the right therapist is hard in just ordinary life. It’s a weird thing, right? You enter a string of search terms, looking for some stranger who will listen to all the stuff you won’t (or can’t) tell anyone else.
It takes a lot of courage to look for a therapist. But what happens when your life has legit gone sideways – your baby died, or your partner went missing after their usual bike ride, or your perfectly healthy sister died of a fast-moving cancer? Finding support in your deepest grief is seriously hard.
To help make that search a little easier, here’s a short video on how to find the best grief therapist.
You just got up the courage to see a therapist, and as your story unfolds, they look at you like a deer in headlights. Just - no. Finding a great grief therapist is hard. Let's make it easier for you. Click To Tweet
You deserve good support, from as many skilled sources as possible. One great place is the Writing Your Grief course. No platitudes, no advice, no cheerleading – just acknoweldgement, support, and true community. Next session opens soon. We saved a place for you.
How about you? How’s your search for a great grief therapist going? What do you wish therapists would know about grief? Let us know in the comments. And therapists? Let me know what you wish you knew. We’re building stuff to help you be more awesome.