• FAQs

    Frequently asked questions


    What is Grief?


    Grief is the normal and natural reaction to loss. Grief is the conflicting feelings caused by the end of or change in a familiar pattern of behavior.


    What is loss?


    There are over 40 life events that can produce feelings of grief. The events can be devastating, such as death or divorce. Or positive changes to the familiar like moving or graduation.


    What is unresolved grief?


    The circumstances we wish had been DIFFERENT, BETTER, or MORE and unrealized hopes, dreams, and expectations we had for our relationships. A major obstacle to lasting peace and freedom.


    What is The Grief Recovery Method?


    Unlearning the unhealthy ways to grieve. Learning and applying a method to complete emotionally incomplete relationships. Whether it is the loss of a loved one, relationship, marriage, career, health, finances or a pet. I will guide you through the Grief Recovery Method action steps of small and correct choices to say good-bye to the pain. It is not only a supportive, caring, educational, therapeutic experience, it is evidence based. It is available to anyone who is willing to do it.


    What is Completeness?


    Completeness is the result of having delivered those emotional communications that either we never made, or we felt were never heard, or that need to be said again, with someone hearing us say them. It gives us the ability to say goodbye to any pain, which may be limiting us from fond memories, and say goodbye to any unmet hopes, dreams, and expectations about the future.


    What can be expected from the program?


    Seven weeks that will assist you in building a tool kit that can be applied to any relationship. During each session, you’ll be welcomed into a confidential, non-judgmental space. I will help you with the practical, applicable action steps of the Grief Recovery Method as you learn them through weekly reading and homework assignments.


    When should a griever start?


    The moment they are ready to take on the responsibility of feeling better. It is never too soon or too late. There is no benefit to waiting.