Therapists who specialize in Bereavement

Browse therapists who support clients struggling with recent loss and related grief

Illustration of two people sitting in chairs and talking.jpg
Marla McMahon
Status Banner Accepting New Clients

ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS

Marla McMahon

PsyD

As an experienced holistic psychologist, I’ve helped numerous clients from pre-adolescents to adults in dealing with anxiety, stress, trauma, loneliness, depression, grief and relational issues. I use a mind-body approach to healing.

Randy Buckley
Status Banner Accepting New Clients

ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS

Randy Buckley

LCSW

I have a passion working and helping teens and adults. I specialize in treating depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, grief, relationship issues and school related issues. I use a variety of interventions, EMDR, CBT, Solution- Focused therapy

Polly Ryan
Status Banner Accepting New Clients

ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS

Polly Ryan

MA, LMFT

I skillfully guide clients of all ages through the process of healing trauma, cultivating inner wisdom and creating harmonious relationships and family wholeness using transformative eastern and western therapeutic power tools.

Dawn DiRaimondo
Status Banner Accepting New Clients

ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS

Dawn DiRaimondo

PsyD

I specialize in working with adolescents, young adults and adults with issues involving depression, anxiety, sexuality, and grief and loss. I use a relational approach to help people with the difficulties and challenges they face.

Jayanthi Kasiraj
Status Banner Accepting New Clients

ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS

Jayanthi Kasiraj

PhD

My expertise is in child and adolescent treatment. I provide family therapy and diagnostic/neurodevelopmental evaluations. I do accept adults in my practice when they struggle with relationships or from parenting or early childhood stress.

Suzanne Hughes
Status Banner Accepting New Clients

NOT ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS

Suzanne Hughes

LMFT, LPCC

I am dedicated to working with people recovering from traumatic loss, life transitions, adoption issues, depression, grief (specializing in absent mothers), anxiety and relationship issues.