I learned about the Grief Recovery Method (GRM) through the grape vine, so to speak. .. from those who completed GRM and spoke highly of it. Grief is NOT a disorder. I love the quote "Grievers do not need to be fixed, they need to be heard." I have been a therapist for over 20 years. I've have the honor of working with many adults, children and families. I was "brought up" in the profession with a relationship based approach to all my services. The heart centered and reflective approach of GRM made us a perfect fit. After over 20 years working as a therapist, I knew grief was not given the attention that it deserved. I wanted to offer more to the individuals I had the honor to meet and partner with.I find the GRM to be an empowering model that sustains a path of recovery. Little did I know how much I needed it too. There are just too many words to describe how I have benefited personally as a participant in the method. Its brought healing to my relationships with loved ones, the loss of my cat, Mercedes, the journey of my mother with Dementia... I've also found it so helpful in understanding and healing from my traumas of the past. I know there is more to come. I live in Michigan; just north of Detroit (where I'm originally from). I'm excited to offer both one to one sessions and groups. Face to face and virtual options are available. I'm so pleased you found the GRM. You're in the right place. Yes, you can fee better!
It has helped me to move on in my life and knowledge of what to do if any other tragedy comes into my life. That we can't hide our feelings. We need to address them and get them out in the open or it will just grow and fester inside until it eventually comes out when you least expect it.Support GroupsParticipant in Clinton Township, Mi.04/26/2023
It worked better than I thought it would. My facilitator was excellent and helped me understand the program a little better.One-on-One Support04/02/2022
I agreed to do the program as I lost my spouse less than two years ago. I figured that was the source of anxiety and worry that I was experiencing. I know I am going to feel some anxiety and worry as I try to move forward. What I found is that the treatment from my siblings when I was a child was the main source of my anxiety and worry. Once I worked through that and said goodbye to that pain, I felt reassured that I can move forward with the loss of my husband; I see the whole process of grief different and now I can use the program to help with other losses that will help me to move on in other areas of my life. I will still have triggers, but now I know how to cope with them much better than before.Support Groups03/30/2022