Are you feeling unable to move past your grief?

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Do you worry that you will be stuck in the pain of grief forever?

So many people are grieving the death of a loved one or loss of a relationship and as a result they are feeling stuck and can’t move past their pain.

You don’t have to do this alone.

Over the course of my career, I have worked with many people who were suffering with the pain from grief and loss. They felt stuck and unable to move on with their lives. They wondered if they would feel this pain forever.

Personally, I have experienced the freedom that comes from becoming aware of my own grief and processing it using The Grief Recovery Method.

I have also experienced the gift of watching my clients work through their pain and experience transformation after completing this method.

Allow me to share this 7 week online one to one experience with you!

With my compassionate and non-judgmental guidance, I will provide you with tools and skills to help you acknowledge your pain and see the world with renewed hope and possibility.

Let’s do this together.

“Working with Karen was the best gift I could have given myself. I had been suffering with a very complicated grief from my husband’s death. Through working together, doing this program, I was able to learn a completely new way of seeing and feeling. Karen was gentle, encouraging and fully present during each session. The level of compassion she offered was a true comfort. Today I have a whole new, healthy outlook on my marriage, my relationship with my husband, and most importantly, myself. I highly recommend you do this for yourself, so that you can move forward in your life, with freedom.”

– Debra Z on Google

“This course was a blessing and a wonderful gift for me. I was honestly a little skeptical at first and there was definitely some discomfort involved in going so deep, but the benefits were so worth it. Karen was so instrumental in guiding me to realize some deep-seated emotions that I have been carrying around since childhood. The learning process went way beyond the initial loss of my sister. Karen was so wonderful to work with – kind and compassionate, candidly sharing her own journey through this process. I always felt so encouraged by her warm and caring nature. What I truly appreciated was that beyond a traditional therapy of just talking and talking and talking things out, this process provided actual tools for dealing with grief and loss. And these tools can be applied to other losses in life. I very much appreciated learning this process and would highly recommend Karen to everyone.”

– Bowlesover on Google