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Grief Support Options

Here at Grieving Together, I believe that no one must walk through their grief alone. There is room for everyone’s experiences and expressions of grief here. We offer both Individual and Group Based Support.

Individual Grief Counseling

Individual grief counseling is a form of talk therapy that provides support and guidance to individuals who are experiencing the emotional pain and distress associated with loss.

The primary goal of individual grief counseling is to help you cope with the feelings such as sadness, anger, and anxiety, that are commonly associated with grief. Through this process you will learn how to express grief in healthy ways, build resilience and self-compassion, and eventually adapt and flourish in your new reality.

What to expect in individual grief counseling:

  • Sessions are typically 45-50 minutes, with a time set aside on a weekly or bi-weekly basis. This is a safe space for you to explore and express all the feelings and emotions you may be feeling as a result of your loss. By learning about your unique grieving process, together we will validate and normalize your feelings.

  • Additionally, you will learn coping skills and techniques that can be used to manage your grief symptoms and navigate the challenges of everyday life while grieving. Skills include mindfulness and somatic practices (i.e. tapping, movement, and breathwork).

Group Grief Counseling

Group grief counseling is a therapeutic approach that brings together individuals who have experienced similar losses to share their experiences, emotions, and coping strategies in a supportive and empathetic environment.


These sessions provide participants with opportunities for mutual support, validation, and understanding as they navigate the grieving process together.

My groups are carefully curated to maximize shared experiences, types of relationships and interpersonal dynamics, and phases of life.

Groups include:

  • Loss of spouse

  • Loss of parent (for adult children)

  • Loss of adult child (for parents)

  • Loss of sibling

  • Loss of friend

  • Loss of pet

  • Anticipatory grief

  • Caregiver support

  • Non-death related losses (i.e divorce, deployment, loss of job)

Grief Workshops

Grief education and workshops aim to provide participants with knowledge, skills, and support to cope with their grief in healthy and constructive ways. By offering a safe and supportive environment for learning and sharing, these sessions empower individuals to navigate the challenges of grief and find healing and hope in the midst of loss.

Upcoming workshops:

  • How and When to Have Difficult Conversations About End-of-Life Issues with Your Loved Ones

  • Understanding Anticipatory Grief

  • Recognizing Compassion Fatigue in Family Caregivers

  • Complicated Relationships and Grief

  • Anxious Grief

  • Transforming Grief and Loss

  • Mindfulness for Prolonged Grief

  • Grief – The 1st Year

  • Grief – Is the 2nd year really harder?

  • Grief – The 3rd Year and Beyond

  • Navigating Grief During the Holidays

  • Survivor's Guilt and Self-Compassion

  • Grieving the Secondary Losses

  • Grief and Non-Death Losses

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