Grief is a natural part of our existence.

I offer a compassionate, inclusive and safe space for clients to navigate their emotions, develop coping strategies, and find solace in the midst of loss, fostering healing and growth.

Kriss has a profound sensitivity to a patient’s experience of death, grief and loss which has enabled them to proceed on their path with grace and peace. ~ Bobbie Tozier, RN, Hospice Nurse

How does one even begin to comprehend the magnitude of the loss of a loved one? A grief specialist (grief doctor) can help. 

After the death of a loved one, we often find ourselves on auto pilot trying our best to stay afloat in a sea of change. We’re told to plan services, and that our loved one is now in a better place or at least they’re not in pain anymore. It would be so much easier if the world would just STOP so we could find our way through the grief and loss after losing our parents, siblings, children, our animal companions, and all the loved ones we’ve lost. 

A compassionate end-of-life coach (death doula) can help you navigate your questions and concerns about end-of-life care. 

Not many people want to plan for ahead for the “just in case” scenarios, but isn’t it better to have some plan in place than nothing at all? What happens if you, or a loved one, receives a terminal diagnosis? What happens next? Who is there to help? What help does one even begin to ask for? I can help answer those questions, as well as assist with advance care planning, hospice support, and bereavement care for individuals and families facing these end-of-life decisions. 

Let’s talk about grief, dying and death, which are natural experiences in all of our lives. 

Through keynote speeches, conference presentations, teleseminars, retreats, and workshops, I facilitate opportunities for individuals to glean insights from the profound lessons inherent in grief and death. While the subject matter delves into intimate realms, the discourse remains enlightening, even when exploring environmental and ecological grief.

“You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” ~Jane Goodall

By integrating mindfulness, education, and community engagement, I help empower individuals to navigate their feelings and take meaningful action in response to environmental challenges. I provide individual support, workshops, support groups, and resources to process the grief related to environmental degradation, loss of biodiversity, and climate change.

Dr. Kriss Kevorkian has been interviewed and published in the following

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