The Grief Recovery Method (GRM) is an action-based, powerful, directed approach to healing from life's deepest heartbreaks.
Finite & Structured
GRM is a seven-week program. Educational in nature, its hour-long sessions are marked by focused conversations, and the destination is usually a transformation in how clients interact with their pain.
GRM asks us to take some accountability for our grief. As Richard Rohr says, “If we do not transform our pain, we will most assuredly transmit it.” With support, a griever can take steps towards moving through their grief rather than staying stuck in it.
GRM is a proactive approach to grief. Our one-on-one sessions include writing exercises, introspective conversations, relationship analysis, and more.
The tools learned in GRM can be applied to future losses, whether they be related to a person, or something less tangible, like losing a job.
Across seven weeks, you will receive...
When my clients do the work to trace their history with personal loss, I cannot help but share in their emotions.
When people open up to me, layers of information and emotions come to the fore. I love to hear — and take part in — my clients’ stories.
As we progress through the seven-week program, I experience the exercises alongside my clients.
In addition to GRM, I am trained in JourneyDance, the Hoffman Process, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, and more. These other healing modalities ensure that I consider all the ways grief impacts us — emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually.
Ultimately, GRM is about more than processing a single loss. It’s about enriching your current relationships and brightening your day-to-day life.
If you have questions about this process, I’d love to discuss them with you.