The Grief Recovery Method®

Are you suffering from a broken heart?

Did a death, divorce, or the end of a romantic relationship cause it? Or was it caused by any of the forty other losses that a person might experience such as moving, pet loss, or a change in finances? Regardless of the cause, you know how you feel and it probably isn’t good.

We aren’t going to tell you, “We know how you feel,” because we don’t. Neither does anyone else. What we will do is provide a safe environment where you will be given specific tools to help you recover from loss and ultimately lead a happier life.

The Problem

Grief is the normal and natural emotional response to loss, but most of the information we’ve learned about dealing with loss is intellectual. Although our Grief Support Groups involve some educational elements, effective Grief Recovery must deal with your broken heart, which requires emotional support instead of intellectual explanations.

Myths about Grief

  • Time heals all wounds
  • Replace the loss
  • Grieve alone
  • Be strong
  • Don’t feel bad
  • Keep busy

There is a Solution!

People say you have to let go and move on in your life, but they don’t tell you how. The Grief Recovery Method Support Group, developed and refined over the past 30 years, teaches you how to recover from loss with supportive guidance every step of the way.

4 Programs Available

1 – on – 1 support would consist of a series private sessions with Maggie in person or online.

Group Sessions take place in a safe private setting but with multiple participants sharing and working through their grief together.

We offer a specialized program that teaches you how to help your children deal with grief & loss.

Dealing with the loss of a pet can be just as debilitating as losing any close relationship.

Is Grief Recovery for you?

Here Are A Few Stories From Others and How It Has Helped Them Deal With Loss…

FAQ’s

What is The Grief Recovery Method® program?

It’s a once-a-week face-to-face meeting that gives you the tools, space, and support to work through and release the pain of a major life loss. The program lasts seven to twelve weeks, depending on the size of your program (one-on-one vs. group). One-on-ones usually last seven weeks and group programs usually last eight to twelve weeks.

What's the difference between one-on-one and group programs?

In a one-on-one program, you’ll work directly with me. You’ll hear my story and get direct support from me throughout.

In a group program, you’ll work with me as well as others. You’ll hear my story as well as the stories of others and get support from the group through the later weeks of the program.

What losses are okay to work on?

All losses are welcome! Death, divorce, and diagnosis are the most common, but there are over 43 losses that can cause grief.

What can I expect from our time together?

During each two hour session, you’ll be welcomed into a confidential, non-judgmental space where you’ll be expected to share the truth of your story as it happened to you. You’ll also be expected to complete weekly reading and homework assignments.

From me, you can expect open ears and an open heart ready to receive your story. I’m also available to answer logistical questions about the program.

What should I bring?

A notebook and something to write with. Books and worksheets will be provided for you.

Do I have to attend every session?

Yes. If you miss a one-on-one session, you’ll be asked to reschedule your session with the possibility of incurring a fee. If you miss a group session after the first two weeks, you’ll be asked to leave the program with the opportunity to finish with another group at another time.

How is The Grief Recovery Method® different from therapy?

The Grief Recovery Method® is a series of steps specifically designed to help you recover from major loss within a set time frame. Unlike traditional therapy, The Grief Recovery Method® comes with a preestablished framework, a distinct focus on grief, and a limited number of meetings.

Do you have questions? Schedule a Free Consultation…

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