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My journey to becoming a Grief Coach & Educator began with the unexpected death of my father in 2014. I experienced so much pain, didn't give myself the room to process my grief, and suppressed emotions that prevented me from healing. Becoming a Grief Educator is a calling for me and I am honored to be a Certified Grief Educator through David Kessler's Grief Educator Certification program.

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Grief Support

When it comes to grief, there is such intense pain and sadness that it can feel like you're all alone in a deep hole with no escape. The world seems to stop spinning for those in grief, and yet, it doesn't stop. The support I provide in grief is centered on meeting you wherever you are with deep compassion and empathy for your loss. Our work together is comprised of the following and includes separate one-on-one Grief Coaching:

  • confidentiality

  • witnessing each others grief

  • no attempt to fix you as you navigate grief

  • holding a safe space for emotions like anger and fear

  • sharing tools that can help with the processing of grief

  • by sharing your loss and being a witness to others the healing begins


Grief work is the most difficult work. There is only one way to heal and that way is through the pain. You can't heal what you don't feel.


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