In my first entry of “Anxiety in Grief”, I explored the idea that anxiety is a common experience within the grief process. This concept is presented and discussed in the book Anxiety: The Missing Stage of Grief, by Claire Bidwell Smith. As a child and adult therapist in Washington, DC, I have experienced anxiety as a part of grief in ...READ MORE »
Have you found yourself wondering lately why you are still so anxious? With the pandemic subsiding some, do you worry about why you don’t feel better yet?
Have you felt some of these symptoms below recently?
A sense of panic
This is what grief looks like for those of us thriving and surviving in the midst of so much worldwide! ...READ MORE »
Dr. Sibley shares her personal reflections on grief in this two-part series. The first part, below, was written just a few days prior to her father passing away.
I’m writing tonight to advocate for the power of grief work–or even more so, for the power of doing your emotional work before you grieve. As a family therapist in Washington DC, ...READ MORE »