Are you struggling to cope with the ending of your relationship or the death of a loved one?

There are no rules to grieving. Dealing with relationship endings and death – whether sudden, through disease or the natural progression of life – is a reality most of us feel unprepared to cope with. Whether or not we admit it, we need help to get through it.

When you’re mourning loss, have been diagnosed with terminal illness, or are a partner/relative attempting to come to terms with this, you go through a deeply personal range of conflicting emotions. My bereavement coaching deals directly with your individual needs, whatever they are.

How does grief coaching work?

I generally support clients for up to a year, helping you deal with grief, and often over a second year as you create a new life.

Working 1-to-1 or in groups, I use my own experiences to help you work through painful feelings of loss, abandonment and sadness. The initial emotional support and understanding of relatives and friends may soon be exhausted, but I can be with you for as long as you need me.

Helping You Look To The Future

Unlike counselling, coaching empowers you to look to the future rather than just focusing on the past. It allows you to focus on the process of dealing with death and any new responsibilities you face, such as parenting or financial matters.

Together we work through the grieving process one step at a time and create a plan of action. I have the knowledge and experience to help you move forward with a positive sense of purpose while treasuring happy, uplifting memories.


Coaching for the terminally ill

I also help people who are terminally ill to clear pending issues and unresolved disputes, plan their funerals, write personal messages to loved ones and to say thank you or sorry