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Grief is the natural response of the mind and body to a loss. The loss of a loved one is usually what comes to mind when we think of grief, but people may also grieve other major losses.


Since grief is a natural process, it is not considered a mental disorder. However, sometimes people fail or are not allowed to griefphotoprocess the associated feelings. When this occurs, the unresolved feelings often present as other kinds of problems later.


Sometimes a loss is traumatic. In such cases, EMDR, a trauma therapy, is helpful.


The kind of services we offer at Bill Jacobs LPCC will help people pass through the grieving process in a healthy manner.


We also work with people who are stuck in the grieving process.


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Grief Menu


Important facts about grief.


Grief Symptoms

How to tell if you or someone you know is grieving.


Complicated Grief

Sometimes if the natural grieving process is inhibited, grief can take unhealthy forms.


Treating Complicated Grief

How we help with complicated grief.


Grief Self-Help

Research shows there are a number of things grieving people can do to help themselves.


Grief in Children and Teens

Facing pain in children is difficult for adults. Consequently, children are sometimes not given the help they need to process their grief.


Grief Resources in Albuquerque

Where to find help in Albuquerque.


Not Allowed to Grieve

An example of unresolved grief.


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