Are you seeking support to heal from a major loss or major life transition?
If so, I'd be honored to be of service.
Do any of the below thoughts and feelings resonate with you?
I lost someone close and need support with how to work through the grief in the healthiest most loving way.
I am having waves of emotion that overwhelm me.
I am feeling angry and would like to learn how to embrace it instead of resisting it or letting it come out in sideways ways.
I am experiencing a new level of anxiety that is making it hard to focus.
I need a safe space to feel what I'm feeling without needing to fix or change it.
I would like to find ways to honor my loved one and celebrate their life but I'm not sure how.
I am someone that others usually turn to for support but I don't know how to help them because I can barely keep it together myself.
I am feeling lost and lonely and don't want to suffer alone anymore.
If this does resonate, you are likely experiencing grief. If left unaddressed, thiscould cost you fulfillment, freedom, and important relationships. It could even make you sick or generally depressed.
Grief, fear and despair show up in many forms and for many reasons. The loss of a parent or caregiver, the loss of a child (including miscarriages), a divorce/breakup, a major life transition, the loss of a job, a sick or dying loved one, the loss of an identity, the death of a beloved pet, natural disasters, or even a challenging political situations.
When we welcome and embrace grief, healing and transformation can happen.
As a Certified Modern Grief Counselor, I'm passionate about supporting people to vulnerably step into their grief and face it with a compassionate curiosity so that they have an opportunity to come out on the other side stronger and more resilient.
The biggest thing I learned from my personal journey with major grief and loss is that it is an important time to invest in the support to grieve intentionally. It is a sacred time to honor losses and shed light on the fear, pain, and despair that inevitably arises with loss and major transitions.
The good news is that it IS possible to make sense of the sweeping mix of emotions that grief brings. You do not need to suffer alone. As humans we are designed to learn and become more whole and resilient from the challenges life brings. We are capable of returning to a sense of inner harmony and peace. We can learn how to creatively heal grief and transform it into wisdom and love.
I consider experiencing major loss a noble rite of passage. One that deserves to be treated with reverence. I am here to guide and support you each step of the way. I will be a listening ear and a catalyst for love.