Next Steps Grief RecoveryNext Steps Grief RecoveryCertified Grief Recovery SpecialistContact: Lorane Wilson
If you are exploring this website there is a good chance that your have recently lost someone you love, or someone you love is in the process of dying.
The sadness/grief that follows a major change or loss is normal and natural. Family and friends may try to tell you, Be Strong, Time Heals, Keep Busy, replace your loss, or even to grieve alone. Most of this advice isn’t helpful and it’s not true. We get stuck in grief and sadness because of incomplete communication. We needed to apologize, say I love you, mend a disagreement…lost hopes, dreams and expectations shattered.
This is the work of Grief Recovery. Together we will complete the relationship that is keeping you stuck. Every week for 7 weeks we will meet on Zoom in the privacy and comfort of your home. You will have simple reading assignments and homework plus one on one discussion to help you find the path out of your sadness and back to the joy you deserve in your life.
We will be using The Grief Recovery Handbook as our text, I will provide this for you.
One on One Grief Recovery Coaching
Grief Recovery Groups – 6-8 members
Helping Children with Loss – A class for Parents & anyone working with children.
I have recently expanded my business to include work with pregnancy and infant loss.
2020 – Stillbirthday Doula and Bereavement training
2017- Grief Recovery Institute – Certified Grief Recovery Specialist
2017 – INELDA Death Doula training
2015-2017 Centers for Spiritual Living – Licensed Spiritual Practitioner
As a certified Grief Recovery Specialist, I am happy to speak about:
- The Myths of Grief
- Anticipatory Grief – the grief that steals our todays
- Helping Children With Loss
- Grief in Aging
- Pet Loss and Grief
Mission & Vision statement:
My goal is to offer tools of healing for anyone experiencing a grief event in their life. To normalize the feelings of grief and bring the discussion into normal conversation. To equip parents, teachers and anyone working with children tools to help children with loss. To open the conversation on death and dying in our communities and families to help us create a Spiritual event instead of a medical event.