Grief is a healthy process of adaptation that we experience in the face of the loss of a loved one or in the face of an important life change, such as separation from parents or the change of school. Children and adolescents are very flexible and adaptable, but this does not mean that they do not suffer or that they cannot need help to overcome these important changes. In this area, we focus on evaluating the needs of each child or adolescent to accompany them during the grieving process and give them strategies to adaptively manage the emotions that arise.
These are some of the topics in which we can help you:
- Death of a loved one.
- Death of a pet.
- Absence or abandonment of a loved one.
- Loss of a bodily function or a part of the body, by accident or illness.
- Separation from parents.
- Termination of a personal relationship.
- Change of school.
These are some of the most frequent consultations in this area. However, there are many aspects that may take us to seek help. If the reason for your query is not found here but you think we can help you, you can contact us directly and make your consultation, so that we can tell you more accurately if we can help you or where you can go.