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Grief Support

Do you feel grief’s weight on your heart? Do you feel lost in its darkness?

Has your mind been so crowded with anger or confusion that even the smallest decision seems insurmountable?

Do you feel disconnected from life, unable to navigate the complexity of your loss?

Grief support sessions provide grief a safe, spacious place for authentic expression and help you cultivate a greater capacity to carry the unbearable.  After any kind of loss, it’s important to align with regenerative ways of responding to change. As unimaginable as it may seem, participating with grief can help you grow your life with restored vitality and gratitude while embracing your loss.

My approach is collaborative.  Together we will find creative and meaningful ways to honor your loss.

I help you learn about grief, discover provisions for your unique journey, and connect with love’s healing energy.

This process reveals a multitude of benefits, including the ability to:

  • relate to yourself with more awareness, regard, and patience

  • acquire a new understanding of safety and security

  • strengthen resilience, flexibility, and fortitude to meet life as it is

  • experience greater intimacy in relationships

  • gain a new sense of purpose and belonging

Areas of specialization include

support regarding:

Spouse loss

Eco- and climate grief

End of life care

Death of a family member

Relationship loss

Health diagnosis

Animal companion loss

Unrealized life dreams

I will safely guide you as you enter into the heart of your grief experience and process your most honest emotions.  As you courageously journey through the darkness and cross the threshold into a new reality, I will hold the torch. You don’t have to meet the depths of grief unaccompanied.

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Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth find reserves of strength that will endure as long as life lasts. There is something infinitely healing in the repeated refrains of nature - the assurance that dawn comes after night, and spring after winter.  ~ Rachel Carson, Silent Spring

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