Grief can be the garden of compassion. If you keep your heart open through everything, your pain can become your greatest ally in your life’s search for love and wisdom.

~ Rumi

Grief support and consulting

$300.00 per 60 minute session for grief support.

$1250.00 if you’d like to schedule five sessions which breaks the cost per session to $250.00.

If you have any questions about how I work, please feel free to contact me.


End-of-life care and support

Costs are on a case by case basis. Please note that given my experience, I know this is a challenging time and there are a lot of unforeseen costs. I will work with you to find the most efficient and compassionate way forward.

All services are provided remotely, either by phone or online, via computer meeting platform, unless other arrangements are made.


Speaking engagements

If you’re interested in an inspiring, engaging and passionate speaker for a keynote address, retreat, conference and/or workshop, please contact me.

Sponsoring organizations pay an agreed-upon flat fee, plus all travel expenses, if needed, for all consultations, retreats, workshops, and speaking engagements.


Sliding Scale and Pandemic Pricing

Please ask about a lower rate if you are committed to growing through grief, but are unsure whether you can afford my full fee on a regular basis.


I will email an invoice to you that must be paid three days before our session.


I am not a provider for any insurance carriers.

Cancellation Policy

I respect time very much , both yours and mine, so if you are a no show for your remote, scheduled appointment, and/or you have not given me at least 24 hours advance notice of cancellation, your payment will not be refunded.

Privacy and Policy

All communication with clients is strictly confidential unless otherwise stated by the client in writing.

*DISCLAIMER: Friends, I want to make it clear that I am NOT a licensed mental health practitioner. When I worked for six years as a hospice medical social worker before I began teaching, we were required to have a MSW from an accredited university, but not a license. Having found grief, death and dying work to be my passion, I chose to pursue a doctoral degree in thanatology rather than become a licensed clinical social worker because I prefer supporting and educating people dealing with grief and dying instead of diagnosing them. In my experience and education, I view grief as a life issue and not a disorder. I have no desire to diagnose or label someone with a disorder.

The information contained on this website, including ideas, suggestions, techniques, articles, and other materials, are provided to you only as general information. The information on this site is not intended or implied to be a substitute for licensed, professional medical and/or mental health advice, diagnosis or treatment. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

IMPORTANT MEDICAL DISCLAIMER: The information on this site is NOT INTENDED or IMPLIED to be a substitute for licensed, professional medical and/or mental health advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please see a licensed medical or mental health professional if you need help with depression, illness, or have any concerns whatsoever. I DO NOT OFFER MEDICAL ADVICE, COURSE OF TREATMENT, DIAGNOSIS OR ANY OTHER OPINION on your conditions or treatment options. PRODUCTS THAT YOU OBTAIN THROUGH THIS WEBSITE are for information purposes only and not offered as medical or psychological advice, guidance or treatment. Results shared are not typical. You may or may not experience anything from our sessions or services provided by Dr. Kriss Kevorkian. Please consult a licensed medical professional if you are experiencing illness. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.

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