Support after the loss of a child

Based on my own experience, I provide support in the process of dealing with difficult emotions that accompany the loss of a child. I help parents find a way to regain peace and harmony.

Pain after the death of a child

The death of a child is one of the deepest and most complex experiences a person can experience. This feeling reaches the very bottom of the soul, turning your reality upside down. There are no words that can express the pain of experiencing such a tragedy. It is a state that seems unbearable. I know this because I was in this place myself and I perfectly understand what a parent goes through after a loss.

Your pain is real

Regardless of when the loss occurred, whether it was recently or many years ago, the sadness and grief you feel is real. I want to assure you that your pain is justified and you don’t have to go through it alone. I offer you a quiet, safe haven where you can freely express your deepest emotions. This is a space where we can immerse ourselves in this difficult process together and together look for a way to heal through hypnotherapy.

Whether it is the loss of a baby due to miscarriage, illness, accident or any other cause, I am here to help.

Support for parents of disabled children

Another type of grief that many parents silently face is the grief of having a child with a disability. The process of accepting your child’s disability can be difficult and takes time. It is normal for parents to grieve the loss of their original expectations and dreams for their child’s future. It’s normal to feel a mixture of anger, sadness, regret, and guilt about what you’re feeling. You need to know that you have the right to experience these feelings, even if you think that society does not accept it or you are afraid to admit it to anyone.

Together we will work on:

Working through Trauma: Together we will look at the trauma you are experiencing and help you find a path to healing.

Dealing with Emotions: I will help you understand and deal with the emotions that accompany bereavement, such as sadness, anger, guilt or even helplessness.

Regaining Hope: Together we will find hope for the future by helping you find meaning in life after loss.

Understanding the Grief Process: I will give you the tools to better understand how the grieving process works and why you feel what you feel.

What are the stages of mourning?


Shock and denial

After the loss of a child, a parent may feel shocked and find it difficult to believe that it really happened. This is a natural defense against accepting the truth about loss. Typical feelings that accompany this stage include numbness, disorientation and isolation.



The next stage is anger. After overcoming shock and denial, you may begin to feel intense anger. You may wonder why this had to happen, why it was your child who had to die. You are angry at the world, at other people, at yourself, and at God.



In the third stage, you can try to negotiate with your loss. This is a time when “what if…” questions often arise and attempts to find a way to undo events. This may manifest itself in various ways, for example by trying to make amends in other ways or by making certain promises to yourself or others.



Depression is a stage where sadness can become more intense. You may feel great longing and sadness. This is a time when the reality of loss can become very overwhelming. These are normal feelings in the grieving process, but they can be very difficult to deal with.



Acceptance doesn’t mean you stop missing your baby, but you start to accept that life won’t be the same. It’s time to start building a new identity and find a new meaning in life.

Remember that these stages do not always occur in a specific order, they may intertwine, and the duration of each of them is very individual. It is important to give yourself and others support and time to go through the mourning process. Seeking therapeutic help, such as hypnotherapy, can help you cope with the difficulties of grief and support the healing process.