The one place that specializes in supporting teens and young adults who have experienced the death of a parent.

Work through your parental loss grief 1 on 1 or with a group.

Take Over Your Grief Today

After the death of your parent, have you ever thought to yourself…

I don’t know how to continue living my life after my mom and/or dad died because my biggest supporter and life guide is gone and I have no one left to depend on.

I feel lost and confused and no one around me understands what I’m going through, so I don’t know how to ask for support or how to even tell if what I’m going through is normal.

You’re not the only one who’s had these thoughts.

Before the age of 16, 1 out of 20 people have experienced the death of one or both parents, and every one of them is going through a unique parental loss grief journey just like you, but because our culture doesn’t handle death and loss very well, you don’t know where to go for support.

Since the death of your parent, you might have become numb and closed yourself off to people around you because it was harder to pretend that everything was okay when it wasn’t.

You’ve likely become frustrated with most of your peers because they weren’t there when you needed them the most, or they kept pushing you to be happy when you couldn’t be. You might have even lost friends because of it.

In addition, you probably keep asking the universe why your mom or dad had to die and what it all means while battling with the fact that those around you are starting to define who you are because of your parental loss… You’re not just “Susie” anymore, you’re “Susie… the one who’s mom died” and it hurts because you don’t want to be defined by the death of your parent but you don’t know how to overcome it.

Losing a parent and learning how to adult at the same time is a wild journey.

Get the parental loss support that you need.

Take Over Your Grief Today

What to expect

A lot of hard work to overcome your grief and start building a new relationship with your parent who died with the guidance and support of your grief coach.

Together the two of you will discover…

  • The lies you’ve been told on how to grieve
  • What has and hasn’t been working for you in processing your grief
  • All of the things you lost when your mom or dad died and how to cope
  • How powerful it is to write through your grief
  • The strength to keep going with a new support system
  • Kindness and compassion in working with someone who has experienced a similar loss


Sessions are scheduled once a week for an hour each for 9-12 weeks.


Get started today by scheduling a free 30-minute grief discovery session.


DISCLAIMER: I am not a licensed therapist or physician. I am a non-licensed grief coach that supports grievers by guiding and coaching them through their grief journey. In no way do my services replace those of licensed healthcare professionals, nor should it. If you feel like you need additional services than the ones I can provide as a non-licensed grief coach, than please see your primary care physician for recommendations on professional healthcare services. If you or someone you know is in immediate danger please contact SAMHSA immediately: 1-800-662-HELP (4357). Thank you for your understanding.