The End of Your Loved One’s Life Doesn’t Have to Mean the End of Yours

Together We’ll Master Grief to Fully Heal From the Loss of Your
Partner or Spouse

The End of Your Loved One’s Life Doesn’t Have to Mean the End of Yours

Together We’ll Master Grief to Fully Heal From the Loss of Your Partner or Spouse

Feel Whole Again

That gaping hole you feel is normal, but I know it’s excruciating. Instead of endlessly trying to fill the void, let us discover a feeling of wholeness you never thought possible.

Come Alive Again

Losing the one you love can leave you feeling frozen. As I take you by your hand, we will melt the despair and paralysis and help you emerge with new meaning and passion for life.

It‘s Not About Time

 I don’t believe that “time heals”, but I believe you can. Instead of waiting for the unknown, begin the transformation now to turn grief into an extraordinary experience of love.

Moving Forward

It’s not about letting go and moving on. It’s about letting love live on. Honor your bond in a way that takes your life in a new direction of wholeness, deep fulfillment and new horizons.

About Me

I lost my fiance a few years ago and the pain I experienced was indescribable. It seemed impossible that he was gone, that our incredible deeply loving relationship was abruptly over, and that our future would never exist. David changed my life and in an instant all of that was shattered, or so I thought.

Within hours of receiving the news, a close friend bravely told me that I could fully heal from this and that if I did it right, I could heal quickly. That seemed impossible at the time, how could this pain ever heal? How could I ever be happy or love my life again? And yet, the pain was so excruciating that I was willing to do anything it took in the hopes of healing. I accepted my friend’s guidance. I also called upon mentors and guides who had been part of my life’s journey to get me through this experience. Each person provided a different practice that I implemented rigorously.

The most important part was that I was never alone. My friend coached me through the cries and screams no matter what the hour. I leaned into my grief even though it felt like doing so would physically break me. And in the process I began to heal. It probably sounds like this happened over the course of months…but the most powerful healing happened in a matter of days. It broke the myth that I have to wait for time to heal me.

I still miss David every day, but I have integrated our love into my life by pursuing my calling and I feel him cheering me on everyday. The practices I implemented led me to not just heal, but to discover the best parts of myself, and start a new life. I am happier than I have ever been, and I have created a new relationship with David.

With every passing day I feel honored to be a companion for others experiencing grief integrating my life experience with my expertise as a Marriage and Family Therapist.

About Me

I lost my fiance a few years ago and the pain I experienced was indescribable. It seemed impossible that he was gone, that our incredible deeply loving relationship was abruptly over, and that our future would never exist. David changed my life and in an instant all of that was shattered, or so I thought.

Within hours of receiving the news, a close friend bravely told me that I could fully heal from this and that if I did it right, I could heal quickly. That seemed impossible at the time, how could this pain ever heal? How could I ever be happy or love my life again? And yet, the pain was so excruciating that I was willing to do anything it took in the hopes of healing. I accepted my friend’s guidance. I also called upon mentors and guides who had been part of my life’s journey to get me through this experience. Each person provided a different practice that I implemented rigorously.

The most important part was that I was never alone. My friend coached me through the cries and screams no matter what the hour. I leaned into my grief even though it felt like doing so would physically break me. And in the process I began to heal. It probably sounds like this happened over the course of months…but the most powerful healing happened in a matter of days. It broke the myth that I have to wait for time to heal me.

I still miss David every day, but I have integrated our love into my life by pursuing my calling and I feel him cheering me on everyday. The practices I implemented led me to not just heal, but to discover the best parts of myself, and start a new life. I am happier than I have ever been, and I have created a new relationship with David.

With every passing day I feel honored to be a companion for others experiencing grief integrating my life experience with my expertise as a Marriage and Family Therapist.

Start Healing From Day 1

While the adage “time heals” isn’t true, you can heal and you can actually start right from the day you lose your loved one. While it seems impossible, leaning in to the grief is the key to getting to the other side quicker. I’ll take you through this deep invitation to heal and through those toughest moments in unique ways, such as helping you cry in a specific way (yes there’s a way to cry), balancing what to hold onto and what to let go of, and much more.

You Don’t Have to Do This Alone

The biggest shift when you’re struggling with loss is to have someone with you who exactly understands your pain. Through on-demand coaching you’ll be guided at deep, personal levels in those moments when you truly need someone to be by your side, to transform breakdowns. Journey through this crucial phase with a coach who is your constant companion.

Experience Completion in a Positive Way

It’s impossible to feel whole when you are trying to fill the space of your beloved. The path to feeling whole again begins immediately from the moment of your loss by honoring the depth of the loss, working towards completions rather than closure, and integrating your loved one’s presence in greater dimensions than before. Your wholeness will truly start to come alive when you step into a new way of being once you reclaim your life again.

The End of Your Loved One’s Life Doesn’t Have to Mean the End of Yours

Together We’ll Master Grief to Fully Heal From the Loss of Your
Partner or Spouse

The End of Your Loved One’s Life Doesn’t Have to Mean the End of Yours

Together We’ll Master Grief to Fully Heal From the Loss of Your Partner or Spouse