If life as you’ve known it has just ended, you’ve come to the right place.
It’s likely that you are reading this because some enormous rock has rolled in front of you and brought your life to a screaming halt. Someone precious has died, or perhaps you’ve received a difficult diagnosis. Maybe a trauma has left you shaken and altered, or your business has collapsed, or your marriage ended, or the nest is empty, or you’ve hit 50 and suddenly everything looks and feels really different, and not in a good way.
Your world has stopped and you may be feeling lost, broken, alone, sad, confused, scared, anxious, depressed or all of the above. Grief is knocking at the door, but you don’t want to let it in. Or maybe it’s already in the house and it won’t leave. I get it.
I know about grief. I know about it professionally — as a counselor for more than two decades and student of psychology and spirituality — and I know about it personally, as someone who has experienced multiple losses on many levels. I know about how grief works and how it feels and what it can do to you. I also know (from hard-earned personal experience) about the ways we try to avoid grief and how doing so only make things worse.
Here’s the good news: I can help. I can help you to navigate your grief and, even more importantly, I can help you to discover greater meaning and purpose and happiness because of it. I’ll let you in on a little secret:
Grief is what enables you to truly live.
Grief enables you to really love and to have a deeper, richer, more meaningful and purposeful life: a life that is connects you more passionately to your heart and to the world.
Our culture is afraid of grief, but I am not. I’m a seasoned traveler in the land of loss and grief and I can help you navigate it. I am here to support and guide you through and to help you turn the hard black stone in your heart into a beautiful, precious, brilliant diamond.