Helping the world cope with grief

by integrating the lessons that grief, death and Nature can teach us

In our Western culture, although death has come out of the closet, it is still not openly experienced or discussed. Allowing dying to be so intensely present enriches both the preciousness of each moment and our detachment from it.


~ Ram Dass (Who I was fortunate to have as a member of my doctoral committee)

Grief & Bereavement Support ~Mourning Meeting

Grief and loss are issues that we’re going to face throughout our lives. They are lessons that teach us to love and appreciate what we have. If we want to live consciously then we would do well to embrace these lessons. Honestly, this is so much easier to write than to go through, but while these lessons can be really hard, to say the least, they do teach us what we should be valuing most in life.

 

 

Schedule a Mourning Meeting with me so you can begin

to learn and grow through grief.

Environmental & Ecological Grief

Environmental grief, ecological grief, and climate grief are real emotions that teach us to love and appreciate what Nature has to share with us. I am here to help you through these unique forms of grief.

Environmental & Ecological Grief

Environmental grief, ecological grief, and climate grief are real emotions that teach us to love and appreciate what Nature has to share with us. I am here to help you through these unique forms of grief.

End of Life Care & Planning

I offer emotional support and consulting to individuals and families dealing with terminal illness, grief and bereavement. It would be my honor and privilege to guide you through this time in life.

Speaking Engagements

In addition to services for individuals and families, I am an inspiring speaker available for keynote conferences, workshops, retreats and community educational events.

Speaking Engagements

In addition to services for individuals and families, I am an inspiring speaker available for keynote conferences, workshops, retreats and community educational events.

What about grief for the environment?

Combining my love for whales and the environment with my passion for grief, death and dying

Grief can be a very lonely place especially when grieving over the loss of the environment. Trust me. I’ve been there and done that. Most people don’t understand why someone would grieve over losing a forest or a species. In 2018, many of us were completely gutted when Tahlequah, a Southern Resident Orca, was seen pushing her dead calf, trying to get her baby girl to breathe, for 17 days until she finally let go. It was horrifying to watch as she shared her grief and despair over losing her baby. For many of us, it was another sign that we might lose this unique species of orcas. They are declining, and are in all likelihood going extinct on our watch while others don’t seem to care or even know about the grief we experienced then, and continue to experience as a collective. I will support you compassionately through environmental, ecological and/or climate grief.

Dr. Kriss Kevorkian has been interviewed

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