Individual and Group Grief Therapy
Life is full of changes, big and small. We are constantly in a process of grieving and reemerging as new versions of ourselves. And if we're always changing, then something is always dying and being reborn. Give yourself the grace to explore your feelings and weave together meaning as you navigate your own unique labrynth of loss. The process of letting go is sacred and multilayered. Trusting others to witness you in your grief can be an incredibly supportive and healing experience.
Grief changes us. Grief transforms us. And it reminds us of our persevering love, for grief can only live where love lived first.
Grief Therapy applies to all types of losses:
a death of a loved one.
a challenging life event.
an illness or medical diagnosis.
a separation or ending.
an identity shift.
We do not "get over" grief. Instead, we simply learn to move through it, eventually finding ways to integrate it into who we are.
Grief is the array of feelings, thoughts, and sensations we experience internally after a loss. Mourning is the act of expressing and finding an outlet for the emotional pain.
Mourning includes talking about your loss and finding outlets to express your feelings. This process looks different for each person. I am here to deeply listen and hold your heart as you go. I hold space for both individual therapy sessions and community group circles. Grief support includes art, somatic (body), narrative, and ecotherapy exercises, along with grief education.
Canyon Mourning Grief Group is held in Glen Park Canyon on Tuesday mornings,
The next 8 Week Session begins January 2024
$80 per Session/ $640 for all
Reach out if you'd like to join!
"Love and Grief are a package deal." - David Kessler
Our Meeting Place
Glen Park Canyon, San Francisco
Individual grief therapy takes place either in my office, on a walk and talk, or on Zoom. Canyon Mourning Grief Group will be located in San Francisco's Glen Park Canyon. This gem of a location includes many hiking paths and quiet, protected spots to sit and chat. It is a short walk from BART and Muni, and has available neighborhood parking.