Grief and Loss Therapy

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Cabot Psychological Services, PLLC
7400 Metro Boulevard #216, Edina, Minnesota 55439
Phone: 952.831.2000      Fax: 952.835.6134
info@cabotpsychologicalservices.com
Therapists at Cabot Psychological Services help patients work through these complicated emotions. Just as each experience of grief is unique, complex, and personal, the treatment we provide will be tailored to meet your specific needs.
Cabot Psychological Services
Grief and Loss Therapy
952.831.2000
Cabot Psychological Services

Cabot Psychological Services

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Suffering a death or major loss in your life can cause you to experience many difficult and complicated emotions. While there is no right or wrong way to experience grief, there are ways to make the journey more tolerable. 

​Clinicians at Cabot Psychological Services provide grief and loss therapy services in a caring and professional environment.

Here to Help

The goal at Cabot Psychological Services is to help you recognize normal aspects of the grieving or mourning process, cope with the pain associated with the loss, feel supported through the life changes that may follow the loss, and develop strategies for moving forward. While grief and loss can be difficult emotions to experience, you don’t have to be alone in this process. 

​To set up an appointment and learn more about how grief and loss therapy might help you, please call or text (952) 831-2000, email info@cabotpsychologicalservices.com, or fill out our Contact form.

When Grief Takes Over

Everyone grieves in their own way and in their own time. Some people recover from grief and resume normal activities rather quickly, though they continue to feel moments of sadness, while others may feel better after much longer periods of time.

Grief can also be complicated by other conditions, most notably depression, or by one’s level of dependency on the person or situation that has been lost (such as loss of goals, ideals, a job or a relationship).