Those Who've Suffered Life Losses Regain Joy And Remember Without The Pain Using Group and Individual Coaching Methods.
We exist to help people break free from the weight of grief. To see people living in their perfect design using tools that encourage and empower accountability, self-discovery, and self-confidence in knowing they will find their truth and the strength and courage to live it out.
Why work with us
- You want to feel better and we can help.
- Your heart is broken and you are ready to take action oriented steps to heal it.
- You are ready to take back control of your emotional health and live from a place of emotional honesty and wholeness.
- You are tired of seemingly happy events turning sad and are ready to define a new normal for yourself because the current normal is not working.
We have a Four Phase process to get you through your Grief. The Grief To Freedom process will, at each step, support, validate, and encourage you.
You are not alone in your grief and we are here to guide you to freedom.
Our Services Help You Go From Grief To Freedom!
Learn how to finally let go of the weight of grief without losing yourself and honoring your experience.
- Release The Emotional Pain.
- Remember Without The Triggers.
- Live Without Guilt And Regret.
Grief Group Support
8 and 12 week in-person program for those who have suffered life losses and are ready to regain joy. Through evidence based methods you’ll learn to remember without the pain and equip yourself with healthy habits and skills to use for the rest of your life.
2023 Dates Coming Soon
Personalized private sessions together to heal your broken heart. Through evidence based methods you’ll learn to remember without the pain and equip yourself with healthy coping skills to use for the rest of your life.
Pain is inevitable; suffering is optional.
Recovery means feeling better. Recovery is finding new meaning for living, without the fear of being hurt again. Recovery is being able to enjoy good memories without having them turn painful. Recovery is acknowledging that it is perfectly all right to feel sad from time to time and to talk about those feelings no matter how those around you react.