Grief Recovery

Grief is the normal and natural reaction to a significant emotional loss of any kind.

Are you grieving the loss of a loved one?

Are you in a major life transition and having trouble moving forward?

Do you feel a deep sense of loss but not sure why?

Have you always felt sad or brokenhearted? 


There are over 40 different kinds of losses we can experience and find resolution from.

Here are just a few:

  • Death
  • Divorce
  • Retirement
  • Moving
  • Pet loss
  • Financial change (increase or decrease in wealth)
  • Loss of health
  • Legal Problems
  • Empty Nest
  • End of Addiction Starting School
  • Other disappointments in life

Grief can cause:

  • Reduced concentration
  • A sense of numbness
  • Disrupted sleeping patterns
  • Changed eating habits
  • Roller coaster of emotional energy

Some intangible examples of Grief:

  • Loss of Trust
  • Loss of Safety Loss of Control
  • Loss of Faith Loss of Fertility

Grief is the normal and natural reaction to a significant emotional loss of any kind.

Grief is the conflicting feelings caused by the end of, or change in, a familiar pattern of behavior.

Grief is the feeling of reaching out for someone who has always been there, only to find when you need them again, they are no longer there.

I have been dealing with paralyzing muscle spasms for years and even worse the constant fear of unexpectedly getting them.

I tried most of the available modalities over 6 years. At the end of 2016 I did the seven-week Grief Recovery program with Gail Mae.

I haven’t had a pain episode in 7 months and the fear has dramatically diminished. I believe the unique way the program deals with buried grief emotions has been instrumental in my recovery.”

Tina B.

How would you like to feel?

Here are just a few:

  • trust again
  • safe again
  • in control again
  • faith again
  • alive again

It is possible!

When I trained to become a Grief Recovery Specialist, we trainees had to go through the complete Grief Recovery process. I chose to work on the relationship with my mother which had always been very difficult as I always had a great sense of loss that I was not loved. When my mother died my hopes of her saying that she loved me or was proud of me died with her. Grief can be about wishing that the relationship ended differently whether it was a loving and supporting relationship or the opposite. During the Grief Recovery process, I was able to complete and come to terms about our relationship. The experience was profound and freeing.

To learn more about Grief

Complicated Grief: How to Find Joy Again

How to Create a Peaceful At-Home Hospice for Your Loved One

Coping with Terminal Cancer

Helping Yourself Heal When Your Child Dies

If you believe you may be experiencing unresolved grief

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