• What is Grief?

    Grief is the normal and natural reaction to loss of any kind. 


    Grief is the conflicting feelings caused by the end of or change in a familiar pattern of behavior.

  • What is Grief Recovery Method (GRM)?

    The Grief Recovery Method is an action oriented program for moving beyond death, divorce, or more than 40 other losses. 


    It gives participants specific actions to take, so they can recover from loss.  


    It is a 8 week group or 7 week individual program.

  • Does Grief Recovery work?

    The Grief Recovery Method is the only evidence-based program for completing or resolving the pain in a loss. 


    Research at Kent State University has shown that the Grief Recovery Method is the only program that is effective and "Evidence Based" to help grievers move past their grief. 

  • Can I use my medical insurance?

    Unfortunately, health insurance does not currently cover these costs.

  • What is the difference between therapy and GRM?

    While there are therapeutic benefits to GRM, it is an educational program. In this program, you will learn more about grief than the majority of people will understand in their lifetime. GRM helps grievers complete or resolve the pain that follows from a loss. 

  • What is the difference between Trauma and Grief?

    Trauma is the event(s) that hurt you. It is an action that causes you to feel a disrputance in the normalcy of life. 


    Grief, on the other hand, are the feelings that are left over from the trauma. It is the pain felt from the action of loss that needs to be resolved. 


    Trauma is the action, grief is the effect. While trauma happens in a moment of our life, grief is what we may feel frequently following the trauma, devouring every moment of our lives until we can hardly cope with "normal life." Grief is what needs to be resolved in order to move on from the trauma

Recovery is about enjoying fond memories without having the painful feelings of regret or remorse