Worldwide, about 60 million people die every year. Bereavement can shake the foundation of the lives of those left behind. Most people find a way to come to terms with loss; however, for some, grief is complicated and healing stalls. Complicated Grief is an intense and long-lasting form of grief that preoccupies people’s minds and overwhelms their lives. Grief dominates their existence without much respite or hope for relief.
Home Base clinicians offer Complicated Grief Therapy as part of the program’s services for Service Members, Veterans and Family members. Complicated Grief Therapy remains the best evidence-supported treatment for prolonged or complicated grief, and given the frequency of exposure to loss in these Military populations, Home Base believes this is an important service for the program.
Home Base can help: