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Why Not Schedule a Brief Complimentary Call With Me?

Before deciding whether or not we might work together, I think it’s important to start with a brief call where  you and I can talk about your loss, your feelings about it and what you would like your life to look like now. You need not fear feeling vulnerable, embarrassed or ashamed because I will listen without judgement. My role is to walk alongside you in your journey and allow you space to recover. At any time during or after the call, if we find benefit to continue together, we can begin your sessions as soon as you like… … NO strings!

“Trauma is personal. It does not disappear if it is not validated. When it is ignored or invalidated the silent screams continue internally heard only by the one held captive. When someone enters the pain and hears the screams healing can begin.”
― Danielle Bernock

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Are You Grieving Because of…

  • Death

  • Divorce

  • Broken or troubled relationship… or

  • Something important to you

Grief is individual and unique, and it’s best to find someone to gently and safely guide you through it.

What is Grief?

  • Grief is the normal and natural reaction to significant emotional loss — of any kind.
  • Grief is the anguish you’re feeling because of the end of, or change in, a familiar pattern of behavior.
  • Grief comes from reaching out for someone who has always been there, but is no longer there.

Common Symptoms of Grief

  • Feeling numb

  • Loss of appetite

  • Reduced or lack of concentration

  • Inability to sleep

  • Emotions on a roller coaster

You may be feeling broken… scared… isolated. Your heart feels like it’s shattered in a million pieces, your tears never seem to stop and you feel like the pain is unending.

You don’t know what to do next.

Most likely your family and friends are saying things like “… give it time… you’ll get over it.”

It doesn’t feel that way.

Grief is not something to cure, as though it’s a disease. Sorrow isn’t something you get over. It’s something you go through. It’s dark and ugly and it doesn’t ever fully leave you.

Yet… it’s possible for you to recover — even thrive — and live a joyful, purposeful life after a loss.

What makes me say this when you feel like that can’t possibly happen?

Because it happened to me when I suddenly and unexpectedly lost my husband — and it rocked my world. Yet, out of my grief, I learned how to gradually walk from the darkness into a life full of light and love.

You’re not alone, sweet broken friend.

You still have so much life to live.

You need to know that one day you’re going to be okay. You need a safe place to cry… someone to walk with you… listen to you… and you will learn how to live again.

There’s a beacon of hope…

You can find your light… your magic… your mojo.

What If You Could Close a Painful Chapter and Open a New, Happier One Filled With Hope and Possibilities?

You can… and you can do it today. All it takes is your desire for healing and recovery,
courage, open-mindedness — and a click of the button below.

There is absolutely ZERO downside. You have everything to GAIN.

Do it for yourself. Do it for those you love. Do it for a life filled with hope… with light… with joy.
You’ll never regret stepping from the darkness into the light.