Have you found traditional counselling and therapy unhelpful? Do you feel that only another bereaved parent can attempt to empathise with you and support you?
I did. That’s why I decided to retrain and qualify as a therapist, to study and research a variety of therapeutic and spiritual processes and procedures, and to adapt them to the specific needs of bereaved parents.
Each session is uniquely tailored to you, to your circumstances, feelings and requirements, to where you are in your grief journey. I listen carefully -without rushing- before we decide together which approach to take at each step. We can include hypnosis and hypnotherapy techniques, neuro linguistic programming, bilateral stimulation, and a variety of spiritual practices, including shamanic journeying, lucid dreaming, meditation and spirit communication.
I can help you achieve a feeling of ‘reconnexion’ and continuing bonds with your child, and make your trauma and PTSD-type symptoms more manageable.
I can also treat the many psychosomatic consequences of this most complex type of traumatic grief: insomnia, aches and pains, anxiety, depression, addictions, lack of self-confidence, panic attacks, weight issues, weakened immune system, etc.
Most of the sessions take place online, on Skype, so your location is not an issue.
Find out more about some of the processes and procedures you can experience:
Reprocessing Traumatic Memories
This procedure can help you reprocess and recode some of the most traumatic memories relating to your child’s passing, and also any painful memories from before and after. It can allow you to ‘distance’ yourself from those memories and from the intense feelings that accompany them, to make them more bearable and less distressing. It can also help you deal with all your traumatic memories at the same time at the subconscious level, without having to dwell on them.
‘Reconnexion’ Guided Meditation
Shamanic Journeying and Lucid Dreaming
Bilateral Stimulation Procedure Leading to an Experience of ‘Reconnexion’
Therapy to deal with the Psychosomatic ‘Side Effects’ of Child Loss
- Anxiety, panic attacks and lack of confidence
- Binge eating, eating disorders, weight gain or weight loss
- Habits and addictions: alcohol, smoking, other substances
- Pain relief
- Post-traumatic stress