Let your heart tell the story
What is Grief?
Grief is the conflicting feelings caused by the end of or change in a familiar pattern of behaviour.
It is also a normal and natural reaction to loss.
The Grief Recovery Institute
Grief can be painful AND beautiful.
I can help.
Have you ever felt like you were just going through the motions? You seemingly have a pretty good life yet one song, or show and you seem to be drawn back to the past. To a moment that you still “feel” all these years later?
Grief is something that happens from change yet many believe it is only related to death. The misconceptions about how we deal with those not so nice emotions, sadness, anger, angst make it harder as they are all pushed aside as we “suck it up” to “be strong”. This leads to one of the most dangerous things for ourselves, our families and our society as a whole.
With the Grief Recovery Method, we introduce a 4 step process that is not therapy nor counseling. It involves discovery, exploration, documentation and vocalization. More importantly, once your 4, 6 or 8 week program is completed, you will have the tools to uncover and complete any relationship, living, dead or intangible. Set up a call with me today
“Gwenda Lambert’s work with me in the Grief Recovery Program has been perspective-altering and heart-opening.
I’m starting to feel things I never allowed myself to feel before and the emotional freedom is slowly seeping into other areas of my life. I’m so grateful for the experience and especially for Gwenda as my guide, leader and partner through it – she is incredible at providing a safe, welcoming and caring space to be completely raw and do this challenging work of personal excavation. She is one of the most compassionate, non-judgmental and supportive humans I have the honour of knowing.
I feel like everyone could benefit from this learning and awareness, and I highly and whole-heartedly recommend the program in general and Gwenda in particular.
Thank you, Gwenda and so so much love! Xoxo”
One on One Participant 06/02/2022
My mission is to normalize the conversation around loss, grief, death and dying.