Inevitably the death of a loved one will occur in most people’s lives and learning to cope with that experience can sometimes feel overwhelming. Discovering a way to face those feelings can seem impossible. Being able to express grief feelings can be liberating and healing.
I specialize in working with people of all ages who are experiencing grief due to an impactful loss or the death of a loved one, as well as unaddressed grief, which can often be at the root of an issue. I utilize art, mindfulness, and grief education, with a trauma-informed approach. I can offer support with psycho-education, self-care strategies, and validation. It is often a supportive therapeutic relationship, which can aid you in finding your passion, navigating change, discovering solutions, as well as learning to create healthy practices for your life.
Becoming a therapist later in life, I have had experiences and relationships that have taught me to be humble, open minded, compassionate, and a continuous learner. Friendship, marriage, divorce, partnering, parenting, as well as understanding grief and loss, have increased my awareness and empathy when working with clients.
I offer a compassionate, non-judgmental, and an accepting safe space for clients. I look forward to connecting and working with you!