There is nothing wrong with grief. It is a healthy and sane response to loss. Grief is one of the hardest experiences to go through in life, and it is an experience most of us will encounter at some point. The way to get through the pain is not to deny it, but to experience it. When you seek support, you grant yourself permission to enter a place of sorrow, to work with it, to explore its contours and textures, and to become familiar with the landscape of loss. As Francis Weller writes in his book, The Wild Edge of Sorrow, "without adequate time in the ashes tending the loss, sorrow mutates into symptoms of depression, anxiety, dullness, and despair. We must honor the needs of the soul during times of grief."
I am honored to be able to hold space for you to grieve and tend to your soul. I offer you a space that is created for deep listening, respectful attention, and a container strong enough to receive your most painful and sorrowful revelations. You will be able to explore your grief and never be judged or feel diminished by any of the raw emotions you might be experiencing. Please feel free to reach out in the way you feel most comfortable. I am available by email or phone at (720) 468-2701.