INTEGRATED GRIEF WORKS
Your path toward integrating grief
begins with customized personal counseling
with Mary-Elizabeth, M.A., LCMHC, CAGCS
Grief is universal. However, the experience of grief is as unique to us as our fingerprints – each journey is singularly our own. We have all experienced loss in one form or another, and the grief that follows. The world we live in is filled with continuous losses. Death of a loved one, loss of relationships, a job, health, home or a pet – the list is infinite. We’re literally faced with loss everyday.
Environmentally, it includes pollution of the air we breathe, the land where we walk, the seas where we swim, and extinction of the animals we encounter in nature. The inevitable truth is that some form of grief or loss will impact all of us during our lifetimes. Choosing effective ways to learn from and integrate it into our personal development allows us to move forward towards living our best lives.
Integrated Grief Works blends traditional grief counseling with intuitive guidance, energy healing and mediumship. This unique approach to grief work offers you the opportunity for total mind, body and spiritual integration of your own grief.
For additional help, Mary-Elizabeth offers grief and loss virtual support groups. Healing through writing classes provide another option for integrating your grief to either complement working with her individually, or as a standalone course to benefit all aspects of your life. Please check frequently for more information on this developing support system framework.
Your individual journey toward integration and healing can start here, today. Together we will create a unique path forward. Please contact Mary-Elizabeth to schedule your free consultation and find out how Integrated Grief Works can best work for you.
“The reality is that you will grieve forever. You will not ‘get over’ the loss of a loved one; you will learn to live with it. You will heal and you will rebuild yourself around the loss you have suffered. You will be whole again, but you will never be the same. Nor should you be the same nor would you want to.”
― Elizabeth Kubler-Ross and David Kessler