Grief and Loss Therapy

I work with women who feel derailed and overwhelmed by loss to navigate grief without falling apart and begin finding meaning and purpose in a new life direction. I work with all forms of loss- the death of a loved one, losing a job, going through major life transitions, medical diagnosis, and caregiving for a loved one with dementia or end of life care.

Death

When you lose someone to death, how can you simply move on with life? Learn how to process your loss and discover comfort in your grief.

Living Loss

Divorce, estrangement, loss of functioning, and medical diagnosis can all lead to grief. Learn how to navigate these life transitions and sit with your emotions.

Caregiving

Grief for caregivers often starts the moment your loved one gets their medical diagnosis. You need support as you are taking on this new life role.

The pain of grief is just as much a part of life as the joy of love; it is, perhaps, the price we pay for love, the cost of commitment.

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Grief doesn’t have a timeline. You should never feel like you have to “get over it.”

Grief changes with time. It doesn’t always look like it did at first, but you’ll still feel it.

About Me

Jessica Brohmer is a licensed marriage and family therapist and certified grief counseling specialist.

Get In Touch

  • jbrohmerlmft@pm.me
  • (831) 531 2259