If you are grieving the death of your child from childhood cancer, you are not alone. You're pain is unique to you, which makes it feel incredibly isolating. Grief is isolating, yet there are other parents who are also longing to feel seen and understood,
Support groups are rare for you, and most are just online communities of people venting. BUT.....
- What if there were a safe place to explore your feelings?
- What if you were given the permission to explore the impact on your mental health and the impact on your relationships (including your parenting styles)?
- What if you needed was just a place to GRIEVE on YOUR own timeline.
As a certified grief specialist and therapist, let me help you honor your grief and find hope in honoring your child through moving forward.
Join the waitlist for the next group offering!