Treating bereavement-related depression
Due to our profession, we experience daily the psychological phases that people go through when losing a loved one. A very common psychological phase, which we experience daily, is bereavement-related depression.
In such a case, the person experiencing this condition may not find joy in things that previously was enjoying, may become closed to himself, not wanting to leave the house or room etc. These symptoms can be normal for the first days after a loss, but if you notice these symptoms on a friend or relative lasting for a long time, it is best to seek help from a professional. A psychologist could help him with grief management, so that he can recover and regain his normal life routines.