In grief counseling, it is important to me to provide compassionate care and a safe, supportive environment for clients who are experiencing the pain of loss. This means an environment free of judgment or pressure to “move on” from grief. It is my hope that in our work together, clients feel supported and accompanied on their unique journey of grief and healing.

As a certified Compassionate Bereavement Care provider through the MISS Foundation, I have received specialized training to support individuals and families experiencing traumatic bereavement, such as the death of a child or the violent or sudden death of a loved one. Learn more about Compassionate Bereavement Care here:

About Counseling for Traumatic Bereavement

Guiding Principles in Compassionate Bereavement Care


Organizations and Information

MISS Foundation Grief Education – Articles for bereaved families and those who want to help

Children’s Grief Center of New Mexico


Grieving the people we’ve loved and lost

Rituals are one way in which many families cope during the holidays

Talks on Grief (Videos)

We don’t “move on” from grief, we move forward with it – Nora McInerny

How my son’s short life made a lasting difference – Sarah Gray

A video game to cope with grief – Amy Green

The big idea my brother inspired – Jamie Heywood

How loss helped one artist find beauty in imperfection – Alyssa Monks