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As a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, I have helped many clients through their grief using the Grief Recovery Program. The program is structured and consists of seven one-to-one sessions that leads to the completion of all the undelivered communication. It is different from intellectual discovery as it works with the heart, not the head. It will provide you with the tools to deal with loss and requires a commitment for the full number of sessions as the process is sequential.

We have all experienced loss of some kind in our life. In fact there are over forty different types of losses, including tangible loss such as death of a loved one, divorce, pet, and intangible losses such as redundancy, loss of trust, faith, childhood, moving house and so on.

DEFINITION OF GRIEF
Grief is the normal and natural reaction to loss of any kind. Grief is the conflicting feelings caused by the end of or change in a familiar pattern of behaviour.

WHAT IS UNRESOLVED GRIEF?
Unresolved grief is almost always about the things we wished we had done or said differently, better or more. Unresolved grief is about undelivered hopes, dreams and expectations of an emotional nature. It is the goal of the program to discover and complete what was left emotionally incomplete for you by a death, a divorce or any other loss.

WHAT IS COMPLETENESS?
Completeness is the result of having delivered those emotional communications that either we never made, or felt we were never heard or feel we need to say again. It gives us the ability to say goodbye to any pain, which maybe limiting us from fond memories, and say goodbye to any unmet hopes and dreams and expectations about the future.

Recovery from loss does not mean that memories are forgotten, they are with you for always. It is the pain of the loss that you say goodbye to.

As a Grief recovery specialist I am with you all the way as your heart with ears because grievers need to be heard.


heart with ears because grievers need to be heard.



As a Grief recovery specialist I am with you all the way as a


heart with ears because grievers need to be heard.

Dulcie James