Therapeutic Family Game to download
A fun way to interact with your family members as you're prompted to check in on feelings! I use this as an intervention with my young clients and thought I'd make it downloadable for families at this time.
Online Grief Counseling?
If you do not want to or cannot go to the in-office sessions, you can sign up for San Diego eTherapy where Thera Storm will guild you out of grief & sadness
A Quick Grief Quiz
LCSW and Advanced Grief Recovery Specialist (trained at the Grief Recovery Institute) developed quiz for people to review past relationships and losses and assess whether they have unresolved grief. 7 short emails will be sent for 7 days - packed with information on grief and helpful information for anyone who is suffering from a loss or wants to help someone who is hurting.
Do you do this after a loss?
There’s a big mistake that people make in the aftermath of a significant loss. It’s so common that you may not even realize that you’re doing it (or that you’ve done it in your past OR that you’re planning to do it in your future). This is so important I have to share this with…
Should I be grateful for the roof over my head?
Are you grieving or describe yourself as brokenhearted? Have you ever felt ashamed or inadequate as you struggled to find even one thing to be grateful for after a significant emotional loss? I’ve noticed that the task (or societal pressure) to express appreciation has had adverse effects on many of my grief clients. Maybe logically…
A gentleman said to me yesterday, “I don’t know why hearing about Kobe Bryant’s death is affecting me so much. I never met him!” I responded matter-of-factly, “Sounds like you’re grieving.” He got a little uncomfortable and admitted, “I’m embarrassed – can I grieve a public figure I’ve never met?” First, let me answer his…