Grief Guide & Coach
My mission is to give you a safe, comforting space to feel all the big feelings and conflicting emotions around the changes, losses or uncertainty you are facing. I also find comfort in writing and storytelling, so I invite you to do the same.
Grief is transformative. It changes us, moulds us into something new. It takes intention and reflection and being present to fully appreciate the metamorphosis, and to accept it, welcome it, turn towards it.
I'll guide you through, I'll listen and I'll witness.
Together we'll remember, we'll explore, we'll reframe, we'll cry and we'll laugh.
WRITE YOUR GRIEF STORY
A four week workshop
Tap into your creativity and write (and edit) your story
limited to 8 spaces
Is this the only question on your mind these days? What now?
A familiar pattern of behaviour is coming to an end or has ended.
Grief comes from change. Sometimes huge, sometimes smaller more subtle shifts. Endings are inevitable and necessary, and HARD. Your identity becomes fuzzy and you feel untethered, unmoored, at bay.
You have an empty nest. What now?
You are divorced. What now?
You've retired. What now?
You've lost your job. What now?
You or someone you love has a terminal diagnosis. What now?
Your loved one died away. What now?
Now is the time to explore, to discover, to remember. That's what.
Over the course of 3 months, we will dive into your losses using your creativity, your imagination and find realignment.
I can hold that space for you. I'd be honored to. Humbled too.
(oh and I am not afraid of being feelings, bring 'em on!)
Associate and Revival Director, Actor & Performance Coach
"Rachel has been working with me these last months as a grief councillor after the loss of my father. Rachel's approach is deeply caring and nurturing. At the same time she acts as a guide through difficult realisations and questions. Rachel works practically, including setting personal work outside the sessions and then coming together to investigate this work, with care and a deep sense of listening. Rachel also allows a space when answers are difficult or unclear. Grief has been a difficult thing to understand and Rachel has offered clear choices at times when I have been unable to see a way forward."