Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)


Talking about your grief, the feelings you’re experiencing, and the behaviours you’re displaying is also important after the death of a loved one. Be sure to talk to your family members and friends about the emotions and behaviours you’re experiencing, as this can help you to understand your own feelings and how others may be feeling as well.

In addition to talking to your loved ones, cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) can be helpful for neurodivergent individuals who are grieving. Look for an autism-friendly therapist, or use the National Autistic Society’s online Autism Services Directory to search for knowledgeable professionals near you.

If you prefer to work alone, you can find many books and videos to support your learning about CBT and so that you can access it for free. Here’s a list you can use to find those books. For videos you can start here.The Grief Recovery Method can be very impactful if there are ruminations or unresolved issues after someone has died, or if you have experienced any kind of loss (job, relationship etc). If you prefer to work through the method on your own you can buy the book here.


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