The feeling of grief is not just limited to sadness. It includes a multitude of emotions that include guilt, anger, yearning, and regret. The process of adapting to the loss is different in everyone as it depends on many factors like background, beliefs, life experiences, and the relationship with the person lost.
While we believe that each experience with loss is unique, many times, our emotions can get confusing. Prolonged sadness can also affect our daily activities, such as eating, sleeping, and working. Depending on the trauma, you may experience feelings of emptiness and hopelessness, a reduced sense of identity, detachment, and isolation, and a lack of interest in living at all.
To avoid such situations and to give you a sense of direction and motivation in life, we offer you the last journey counselling services by professional health experts.
- Certified and experienced professionals.
- Grief and bereavement counselling.
- Depression Counselling.
- Anxiety Counselling.
- Family Counselling Services.
- Stress Management.
The Last Journey promotes the well being of both body and mind. Seeking help from professionals is one step ahead in taking care of oneself. Its time we break the taboo that still revolves around mental health and initiate to take care of ourselves as well as others.
What is a celebration of life?
The celebration of life focuses on the positive aspects of a person’s life to lift everyone’s spirits.
What do Counselling services do?
Grief Counselling can help you work through the stages of grief. It aims to help you find meaning in life by moving to the process of healing.
Does Counselling actually help?
Counselling helps one positively address their problems by getting clearer on issues, exploring one’s options, and increasing self-awareness.
What are the five stages of counseling?
The Counselling process is planned and structured.
The 5 stages of counselling are –
- Relationship Building
- Problem Assessment
- Goal Setting
- Counselling Intervention
- Evaluation, Termination, or Referral
What are some basic counselling skills?
Some basic counselling skills include attending, reflecting and paraphrasing, summarizing, focusing, immediacy, rapport building, and attending.