Grief transforms our life with the death of a loved one. Common reactions include fight, flight, or freeze in the situation causing us to feel stuck in the fog. Grief Coaching can offer you help as you transition, as you recover, renew yourself and find acceptance in this new direction. As your Grief Coach, I will guide you through the journey offering clarity, forgiveness, and personal growth. Together we will explore how you loved this individual by maximizing your memories and minimizing your regrets. Journeying together we can clear the fog and confusion and find resilience through your bereavement
Families are unique, resilient, and complex, no matter how we came to call ourselves a family system. Families experience joy and adventure as well as anxiety and disappointment. A family is more than the individuals who are present, they affect each other in how we respond to relationships, communication, and connection. All families may have written, spoken, or implied rules that set the boundary for the roles and requirements within the system. When one or more individuals are triggered by stress the family can face challenges and transitions, pressure, and emotional and behavioral distress. Family coaching focuses on improving one’s functioning in a manner that is both healing and protective of future generations.
Individual Grief Counseling
Family Systems Counseling
Grief is a unique experience that needs to be respected and supported. While mourning is a very private experience, the bereaved need the witness and engagement of others. Mourning is an active process; the bereaved need to find meaning in their loss and understand the impact of this significant death on their lives.
- Maximize the Memories
- Minimize Regrets
- Tools to Build Resilience
- Understanding Responses to Grief
- Secondary Losses
- Celebrating Post-Traumatic Growth