Life after Loss: Group Therapy for Grief & Bereavement

INR 3500* per session for clients based in India

USD80 per session for clients living outside India

*exclusive of 18%GST

**The group will start if we have a minimum of 6 members.

***This group may have people from different countries. A final decision on the day and time will be based on the best possible option that accommodates everyone.

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About this group

How do we make sense of something as painful as the death of a loved one?

Grief can be terribly heavy to bear, isolating, frustrating, maddening, even. It creates a divide between our inner worlds and the world outside, which seems to go on as though nothing was lost. It can be helpful to have a space to share with others who know exactly how we feel, support our grief, help us make sense of this new world we find ourselves in and think about what it means to continue to live.

Why this group

In the midst of our pain, it can be hard to remember that there is no one way to grieve, or that grief does not follow a timeline, or that ‘moving on’ looks different for everyone. 

It can be helpful to process all this with others who are going through similar loss. That’s what this group offers. This group is here to help and support those who have suffered loss (recent or in the past).

Who should join

  • If you have suffered the loss of a loved one (not necessarily due to the pandemic)
  • Your loss could have occurred a few days or several years ago. All are welcome
  • You must be above the age of 18

How to join this group

  • Please fill this form so that we may set up a call with you to better understand how this group can help you.
  • We will walk you through the steps after that.

About your facilitators

Ann Philipose

Ann is trained as a psychologist and family therapist and has a private practice. Her work is with individual adults and couples, specializing in couplehood, singlehood and relationships. Previously, she has facilitated groups focusing on eating disorders and social anxiety in Melbourne, Australia, and worked as a consultant for the W.J. Clinton Fellowship and ChildrenFirst, India. 
She believes that creating safe and emotionally healthy spaces is key for individuals to know themselves and to build a compassionate relationship with their selves and the other.

Nivida Chandra

Nivida is a psychologist and mental health researcher, specializing in the emotional abuse of children, and the founder of KindSpace. Her doctoral work was on the emotional neglect of children in urban India (parentification). She holds a PhD in psychology from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi and was awarded the Fulbright fellowship to New York University (NYU).

Along with Ann, she has been working with those bereaved in the wake of COVID to support the immense loss faced by the so many families. 

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