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Complicated Bereavement

Complicated Bereavement Treatment in Los Angeles

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Losing a friend or a loved one is never easy. It is only natural for an individual to mourn their loss. It is a painful process and you may grieve for a long time. But eventually, you will get better. However, when grief becomes persistent and chronic, and when it gets significantly worse over time, that individual may be suffering from Complicated Bereavement.

At Teen Depression, we offer intensive therapy for teenagers between the ages of 12-17 years old who are diagnosed with Complicated Bereavement. As a passionate Southern California based Teen Depression Rehab Treatment Center, we are truly dedicated to helping teenagers deal with their grief. We want to help them recover from their overwhelming feelings of loss and sorrow.

What are the symptoms of Complicated Bereavement?
At Teen Depression, we have skilled mental health professionals who can provide a comprehensive assessment to determine whether or not a teenager is suffering from complicated bereavement. However, how do you distinguish normal grief from complicated bereavement? How do you know that it’s time to seek professional help? Here, we have compiled the common symptoms of complicated bereavement that you should take note of:

  • Problems accepting the death
  • Agitation or irritability
  • Detachment or numbness
  • Preoccupation with your grief
  • Excessive avoidance or extreme focus on reminders of the deceased
  • Persistent longing or pining for the deceased
  • Loss of trust in other people
  • Inability to enjoy one’s life
  • Bitterness about your loss
  • Withdrawal from social activities

When your grief starts to interfere with your day-to-day life, please reach out to Teen Depression. Losing a loved one is not easy, but your grief shouldn’t prevent you from living your life. Let us help you. Reach out to us at 888-226-0766 for assistance.

NOTE: If you suspect that a teenager is at suicide risk, please take immediate action.

For 24/7 suicide support and prevention in the U.S., you may call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at +1-800-273-8255 or dial 911.

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