A Miscarriage Is a Complicated Loss That Shouldn’t Be Grieved Alone
In our remote therapy sessions at Tribeca Maternity, as well as therapy in our Lower Manhattan and Park Slope, Brooklyn offices after COVID, we understand that no matter what stage of the pregnancy it occurred, a miscarriage is a complicated and difficult loss. It is also an experience that many women live with in silence.
In Order to Grieve, You Need to Talk About It (But Not Necessarily With Everyone)
Talking about a miscarriage is an important part of the grieving process. We understand that a miscarriage is as much of an emotional experience as a medicalized one, and both aspects need to be talked about. In remote therapy, in addition to in-person therapy in our offices in Tribeca and Park Slope after the pandemic is over, we’ll help you unpack the full experience of the miscarriage. By talking about it, you can take back control: control of your body, attention to your feelings, and control of your story.
After a miscarriage, you may feel pressure to tell some people and not others. The decision should be yours. We will help you figure out who you want to tell and how.
An Individual’s Experience May Not Be the Same as the Couple’s
A miscarriage may be experienced differently by each partner. And it is also a loss that lives within a couple. In video couples therapy, we’ll work with both partners to acknowledge, unpack, and grieve this loss, including how it affected them individually and together. We’ll help partners stay close, both emotionally and physically, through this loss.