"Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us."

--David Richo

Grief & Loss



All of us, at some point, will have to deal with death in our lives whether it be the death of those we love and care about, or our own.  Death and dealing with the grief after a death-loss can be scary, especially when many of us were never given the tools to handle such life experiences.

If you find yourself unable to concentrate, forgetful, unable to sleep, living with feelings of sadness, anxiety, shame, or anger following a death-loss, isolating from friends/family, or not feeling understood due to your grief, it is important to find someone you can connect with that does not shame your experience or asks you to change your feelings.  Working with me, you and I can explore the feelings you’re experiencing in order to make sense of what the loss means for you, as well as look at how to move forward.