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Chances are if you are visiting this website there is a strong probability that your heart has been broken. It could be the result of the death of someone close to you, a divorce, or one of the other 40+ reasons individuals grieve.
You may have experienced an emotional loss. Perhaps it is a change in something that was familiar. Is there something you wished had been better, different, or more. Do you have unrealized hopes, dreams, or expectations. Maybe your life is not as fulfilling as you had hoped it would be.
Regardless of what has brought you here, you know how you feel, and it probably isn’t good. While I will not tell you how to feel I can provide a safe and confidential environment for you to explore your emotions. I will also teach you the small and correct action steps which will allow you to recover from the pain, isolation, and loneliness caused by your loss.
According to the Grief Recovery Institute not being able to move beyond our grief does not indicate there is something wrong with you. In fact, there is so much misinformation surrounding grief (what it is and how to move forward) it is likely you have been trying to recover using the wrong tools. Much like trying to paint a room with a screwdriver.
The Grief Recovery Method® is an action program which addresses incomplete communications. To date, this evidence-based program, has transformed the lives of thousands. It is the completion of pain, caused by loss that allows you to let go and move forward.
This is not therapy or counselling but rather a powerful dynamic experience that creates long term benefits. We are proud to say our program is the only Grief Support Program to have received the distinction of being evidence based!
The Grief Recovery Method® is for anyone who has experience a change in a familiar pattern of behaviour or a loss. It is never too soon to begin.
“Recovery from loss is achieved by a series of small and correct choices made by the griever.”
The Grief Recovery Method.