Having interacted with multiple clients who struggle with the concept of loss and grief, one common exploration to engage in with clients is that of acceptance. Many of our clients, past and current, cannot fully conceptualize how to “accept” their grief and the loss they have experienced. One of our previous clients asked a good question at the end of a “heavy” session. She stated, “how am I supposed to accept what has happened to me when I can’t get it out of my mind? The pain. The sorrow. The betrayal. “It’s difficult to accept grief and loss when your mind remains the victim of your heart. However, with our trauma therapist, we are here to provide a leaning shoulder during the trying moments.