February 2022 Book of the Month: From Paycheck to Purpose by Ken Coleman

Ken Coleman “helps people discover what they were born to do and provides practical steps to make their dream job a reality.” Similar to Ken, I guide individuals through life transitions such as career change. I also assist clients with finding meaning. This book perfectly compliments my work, making it a clear choice for myContinue reading “February 2022 Book of the Month: From Paycheck to Purpose by Ken Coleman”

New support group starting on February 9, 2022.

The loss of a loved one to suicide is absolutely devastating. Unfortunately there is still such stigma attached to a suicide death. This special small support group is designed especially for those who are experiencing this specific type of loss. I will utilize a combination of psychoeducation and open discussion. The book Understanding Your SuicideContinue reading “New support group starting on February 9, 2022.”

The Art of Creative Mourning with Lisa Gillespie

I am so very excited to welcome artist Lisa Gillespie here on Saturday, February 27th, 2021 for our therapeutic art program! I had previously scheduled this program last year but had to cancel it. Lisa is a compassionate and talented artist who has a gentle way of helping others discover their creative side. This artContinue reading “The Art of Creative Mourning with Lisa Gillespie”

Grief: The Elephant in the Room

On Friday, January 17, 2020 I am facilitating a grief program called The Elephant in the Room. This is for anyone who is helping a grieving friend or family member. If you are struggling with how to best support someone who is grieving, this program will provide some tools to help you. Walking alongside someoneContinue reading “Grief: The Elephant in the Room”

Can I Just Skip the Holidays This Year?

Well? Do you feel like skipping the holidays this year? Do you even have the option to skip the holidays or do you have obligations that have to be fulfilled? For the past 3 years I have offered this holiday grief program. I remember trying to think of a title that would capture how IContinue reading “Can I Just Skip the Holidays This Year?”