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Given that change is a constant, each of us will experience multiple losses over the course of life. Whether you're mourning the death of a loved one, or living with anticipatory grief, or grieving an aspect of your identity and role, such as we can when we change jobs or become an empty-nester, I am here for you.
Perhaps you're living with disenfranchised grief, the kind that isn't always adequately recognized or validated by others, such as when we experience elective or spontaneous pregnancy loss, or a beloved companion animal dies. These losses matter.
If you're grieving as a result of circumstances that make it harder to receive support in the ways you need, please know that you are not alone. I'm able to talk with you about loss as a result of suicide, accident, crime or other tragedy. I offer you safety, acceptance and compassion.
In addition to my role as a social worker, I have training as a full-spectrum birth and postpartum doula, meaning I'm knowledgable in supporting families with respect to perinatal loss. I'm also an educator for the International End-of-Life Doula Association, providing training to both professionals and lay people so they can care well for those with a terminal illness, and their loved ones. You can read one of my contributions to this organization here: Consent Until the End
I have much lived experience with grief, some of which is chronicled in this blog post:
The Liberation of Grief and Mourning
If you'd like to explore how I can support you, I invite you to call or email to arrange a free consultation: