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Grief Support

As a Certified Grief Specialist, I am available to offer grief support in addition to celebrant services. I understand that losing a loved one is a difficult and overwhelming experience, and can have a profound impact on your ability to function day to day. I am here to help you through this challenging time with patience, guidance, and support.

What is a Life Appreciation Session?

Dealing with grief is difficult. It can be tough to move on and find your purpose and motivation in life. A Life Appreciation Session can help you uncover what you need to begin this process.

A Life Appreciation Session is a type of therapy that focuses on helping people find meaning and purpose in their lives. It is based on the idea that everyone has something unique to offer the world, and that finding your purpose can help you to heal from grief and move forward in a positive way.

If you are struggling with grief, a Life Appreciation Session can help you to:

Understand your grief:

The first step in healing from grief is to understand what you are going through. A Life Appreciation Session can help you to identify your feelings, thoughts, and behaviors related to grief.

Explore your values:

Once you understand your grief, you can begin to explore your values. What is important to you in life? What do you want to achieve? A Life Appreciation Session can help you to clarify your values and find ways to live in alignment with them.

Set goals:

Once you know what is important to you, you can begin to set goals. What do you want to accomplish in your life? A Life Appreciation Session can help you to set realistic and achievable goals.

Take action:

The most important step in healing from grief is to take action. What can you do today to move forward with your life? A Life Appreciation Session can help you to develop a plan of action and take steps towards your goals.


Tips for Coping with Grief

Allow yourself to grieve: It is important to allow yourself to feel your emotions, even if they are difficult. Bottling up your emotions will only make it harder to heal.

Talk to someone you trust: Talking to someone you trust, such as a friend, family member, therapist, or counselor, can help you to process your grief and feel supported.


Take care of yourself: Make sure to get enough sleep, eat healthy foods, and exercise. Taking care of your physical health will help you to cope with your emotional pain.

Do things that make you happy: Find activities that make you happy and that help you to relax and de-stress. This could include spending time with loved ones, listening to music, reading, or spending time in nature.

Don’t be afraid to ask for help: If you are struggling to cope with grief, don’t be afraid to ask for help. There are many resources available to help you, such as therapists, counselors, support groups, and online forums.

Do You Need Help Managing Your Grief?

If you are interested in learning more about Life Appreciation Sessions, please contact Tacye, A Certified Grief Specialist. She can help you determine if this type of support is right for you and can provide you with additional information. Both group and individual sessions are available to address your unique needs.