I specialize in working with people who are grieving.
My focus is on helping people discover resilience, hope, meaning, and ways to cope and manage when their world has been changed.
While I have a special expertise in helping people through losses of all kinds, my work is not limited to commonly defined “grief” situations. All of life involves change, and all change involves elements of loss. Losses of any kind can leave us feeling ungrounded and uncertain. My specialty in loss and transition naturally extends to working with people who are challenged by a wide variety of concerns such as depression, anxiety, troubled relationships, trauma, and family of origin issues. I also work well with people who wish to use Energy Bodywork therapy for personal growth and self-discovery.
All of my services – reflect my dedication to supporting and honoring each person’s unique experience in an atmosphere of deep respect.
Deal with Anger, Stage of Grief
Facing Grief and Defusing Anger: There are varying degrees of how one faces a death in the family or of a close friend. Often times the emotional wells overflow with runaway anger and resentment at the loss of a loved one. Anger and rage are normal components of grieving. The bridge across the emotional breakdown is to be able to express all that one is feeling around loss.
Some of us can cry at the drop of a hat, while others act as if a death, a divorce, a job loss, financial bankruptcy and other calamities of life. It is very important for a person who is stuck in his or her emotions to be able to get beyond the shock of whatever distress has come in to their life. We honor the capacity to grieve by going through the process of where the resolution to the emotions lies.