Moving Through Grief and Loss
Death of a loved one can blow your world apart, making it difficult to function and accomplish even mundane tasks. From the initial impact of the loss through the weeks and months that follow, we have to adapt to life with a gaping hole left by our loved one's death. You may not feel prepared. A myriad of thoughts and feelings swirl around in your head. Your body reacts with physical ailments and symptoms. Life will no longer be the same without them and the pain you feel is a deep grief which makes everything more difficult. However, this grief and confusion is part of the healing process.
We all need support to help us as we move through our grief—a safe space to explore the complicated feelings that come with loss. The process is not a linear one, but as hard as it may be to believe, there is joy and comfort to be found along the way. I have specific experience with parent and sibling loss, but also work with people experiencing other forms of loss, such as divorce, loss of a relationship, a pet, a job, or letting go of a long held dream.
I look forward to hearing from you and the possibility of supporting and guiding you to find your own life’s meaning.