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Hi there.

Are you struggling after the loss of a loved one?

We offer education and therapeutic support to give you hope and healing from grief and loss

Hi there.

Are you struggling after the loss of a loved one?

We offer education and therapeutic support to give you hope and healing from grief and loss

Few events impact us as deeply as the loss of a loved one. If left untreated, grief can last a lifetime.

The Greatest
Impact on Life

Losing a spouse has the single greatest impact on a person’s life (taking 5-8 years for recovery).

13,000,000
Grievers Annually

Millions of lives are disrupted by grief and they often lack adequate support.

Healing Requires 
Help

With no map and no set length, grief can last for years without support.

Take a course

Created by grief and loss experts, our courses address the often overlooked trauma stemming from the loss of a loved one.

Healing from grief and loss

The first step to finding hope after loss is education. While we might not be able to fully heal, learning the symptoms can provide relief.

Why do I feel so bitter about my loss?

Backed by research, science and our therapists, we guide you every step of the way.

Why am I struggling to say goodbye?

Trauma from loss can trigger at any time. Our courses are designed to provide a support at any time and for any trigger.

Healing from grief and loss

The first step to finding hope after loss is education. While we might not be able to fully heal, learning the symptoms can provide relief.

Why do I feel so bitter about my loss?

Backed by research, science and our therapists, we guide you every step of the way.

Why am I struggling to say goodbye?

Trauma from loss can trigger at any time. Our courses are designed to provide a support at any time and for any trigger.

Still not sure where to get started?

Browse our library of over 30 free, therapist backed courses and start your journey toward healing.

Have a question?

We answer the difficult questions you have about grief and loss.

My husband the father of my children passed in 2009. I noticed some time after that my son was lying a lot. What do I do?

DR. KEVIN SKINNER

DR. KEVIN SKINNER

Clinical Director | LMFT | CSAT-S

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