“When your heart is broken, your head doesn’t work right.”
- Russell Friedman
Grief Recovery Method
Growing up with a big extended family, I’ve seen how life’s unexpected moments shape us. I spent 20 years studying how people live and love, hurt and heal.
I was introduced to the Grief Recovery Method in an important and necessary time in my life. I appreciated the organization, accessibility and stories associated to this program and it has personally helped me complete my own grief and loss journey. I am please to introduce this approach to many clients. I am here to support your grief recovery from both learned and lived experiences.
Whether your loss is from:
•Divorce/end of a relationship
•Loss of a career
•Loss of trust
•Loss of Faith
•Loss of safety
•Loss of health
People say you have to let go and move on in your life, but they don’t tell you what you need to do to accomplish that. The Grief Recovery Method: Grief Support Group not only make that possible, but provides partnerships and guidance to ensure that it happens.
Individual therapy, also known as counselling or psychotherapy, is a process by which clients work one on one with a psychologist to explore beliefs, feelings, behaviours, work through challenging memories, difficult patterns, or seek better understanding of themselves and others.
The length of individual therapy can vary sometimes requiring as few as five or six sessions and at other times more depending on the particular needs of the client and the complexity of the presenting concern.