Therapy worksheet on grief and loss
What is the theory behind this Therapy worksheet on grief and loss?
Grief is an intense and difficult feeling to manage. Psychotherapy is designed to help people cope with the loss of any kind in an empathetic and problem solving manner. A psychotherapist can help individuals form methods and strategies to cope with their loss and grief. Processing grief appropriately also helps later in life.
How will the worksheet help?
This worksheet will help the clients in identifying certain patterns of their reactions to grief. This insight will help them discover ways to ease the grieving process. They will learn to accept their circumstances gradually at their own pace.
How to use this worksheet?
To use this worksheet, read the questions below. Then in a comfortable and distraction free space, mark your level of acceptance from the scale below. Write your responses as honestly and openly as possible. Keep this worksheet with you as a day-to-day reminder.
You can download this worksheet here.
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Carmon, A. F., Western, K. J., Miller, A. N., Pearson, J. C., & Fowler, M. R. (2010). Grieving those we’ve lost: An examination of family communication patterns and grief reactions. Communication Research Reports, 27(3), 253-262.