Schedule an appointment with a Grief and Loss/Bereavement Therapist in the Chicago Loop

Meet Our Grief and Loss/Bereavement Specialists In The Loop Near You
Grief and loss/bereavement refers to the period of time after losing a close family member, friend, or colleague. This period of time is typically filled with feelings, thoughts and emotions or sadness and sorrow. However, everyone’s response to loss is different and some people may experience anxiety and stress. Regardless of the emotional response to loss, it is universally known that coping with grief is difficult. Therefore, it is beneficial to seek the support of a therapist to help navigate your emotions and learn how to continue living a meaningful life. 
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Courtney Morris

Therapist

Courtney Morris treats her patients in a non-judgemental manner that encourages both empowerment and inspiration to pursue happiness. For individuals who are seeking therapy to work through the loss of somebody they were close to, Courtney works to encourage them to look introspectively in order to understand themselves and their relationship with those who have been lost. She is experienced in working with individuals, couples, and families. This can be especially important when a loss impacts a few people in the same community. 

Jillian Perry

Therapist

Jillian Perry approaches clients in an integrative therapeutic way which allows individuals to feel that their treatment is thorough and specific. She has treated individuals who suffer from substance use disorders, anxiety, depression, and trauma/PTSD. Many of these mental health issues can be linked to the loss and bereavement of a family member or friend. Jillian works to aid her patients in overcoming hardship and achieving recovery from different forms of distress.

Jodi Randle

Therapist

Jodi Randle focuses her therapeutic treatments on understanding her patient’s backgrounds, histories, and thought-processes to help them reach their goals. She has worked with a variety of individuals dealing with a wide-range of mental health issues, but is especially interested in working with individuals who are coping with loss and life transitions. Jodi believes in following the client’s lead and taking a person-centered approach to help guide and support them to understand their feelings and emotions. This approach helps Jodi to create a direct and effective plan collaboratively with her clients that helps to implement skills for self-confidence and healing.