HOW ARE YOU?
When you’re living through a loss that’s a difficult question to answer.
As a person who is struggling to hold it together, taking one step at a time, and trying desperately not to cry at the drop of a hat, it’s possible this question poses yet another internal battle for you. For instance, how do you even begin to share what’s going on inside? And is this even the time or place to open up and let them into my world of pain. And if I do, how do I know they are sincerely interested or if they’re just being polite? How can they even begin to understand what I’m going through?
A myriad of thoughts and feelings bombard a person shrouded in sorrow. You may be one of them with no idea who to trust with your broken heart and tears.
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Click video to hear aunt’s discovery of grief process with loss of her nephew.
While common, these beliefs only hinder your recovery.
There is a way to complete your grief.
Small steps taken by you with the guidance of Bob or Bobbie or one of their other Certified Grief Recovery Method Specialists® can have an impact. Through the action program of The Grief Recovery Method®, you will be given the tools to let go of your pain and heal your broken heart. Small steps can make a BIG difference in your life!
Our services are designed to meet your specific needs. We meet you where you are. Choose between one-to-one support or group support…
Seven 1-Hour Sessions
Flexible Schedule to Meet Your Needs
Personal and Private Setting
Online Sessions with Bobbie Rill, LPC, Natl. Trainer
6-10 Attendees in Person
Eight 2-Hour Sessions
The Benefits of Being with Others
Dealing with Loss
Masks & Social Distancing Respected
Grief Recovery Topics Available
Grief Recovery 2-Day Personal Workshop
with Bobbie Rill, M. A., LPC, Advanced Grief Recovery Specialist & National Trainer for The Grief Recovery Institute
Grief can be overwhelming and isolating. If you have experienced any of the over 40 losses a person might experience during their life, this intensive workshop might be just what you need.
Perhaps your pain has been caused by the death of a loved one that happened years ago and can’t seem to get over, a recent tragedy that has turned your world up-side-down, a betrayal, or a move causing you to leave friends and everything that was familiar to you.
You find you are tired of living with this pain and don’t want to wait any longer to feel better. You want to learn how to move forward and reclaim your life.
Online or In-Person
Session on Fri & Sat, 8:30am-5:30pm
Disappointed in your recovery
You may have tried several programs or groups in your area to work through your grief but have not been satisfied in the outcome. Or, you might have expected to be further down the road in your recovery and are feeling disappointed, frustrated or stuck.
Teaching you to let go of the pain
If you are ready and willing to take the necessary action steps, your life can change! Bobbie is there to walk the journey with you. She will lead you through the effective, evidence-based Grief Recovery Method® and will teach you how to truly let go of the pain caused by your loss and the accompanying unrealized hopes, dreams, and expectations.
This 2-day intensive group program can be experienced either online or in person. Bobbie provides a safe, confidential place for you to explore your beliefs about grief and look honestly at the impact the hurts, disappointments, and tragedies in your life have had on you.
The 2-day intensive group occurs on a Friday and Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and is ideal for the business owner or individual who works and wants to make a serious commitment to recovery.
Plan now to reclaim your life. It’s never to soon or too late to start healing your broken heart.
Choice a calendar program
Helping Children Deal with Loss
Educational Program designed for adults
Parents and those who work with children know how profoundly difficult it is to see a child hurt. But the pain our children experience isn’t always physical and can’t be resolved with antiseptics and gauze or a quick trip to the emergency room to set a broken bone.
Life events pose many confusing and difficult circumstances for which children are ill-equipped to navigate. Losses such as being bullied, the death of a pet, a friend from cancer, an overdose, suicide, or a car accident shakes their world.
Those who stand with them are impacted, also. Adults want to do something to help. They want to know what to say that might make a difference.
Online or In Person
Large Group, Individuals, or Couples
4-Week Educational Program
Designed for Parents and Adults Who Work with Children
Masks & Social Distancing Respected
At a loss when trying to help children deal with grief?
The vast majority of parents, teachers, and those who work with children find themselves at a loss when trying to help children deal with any grieving experience that impacts them.
Often adults fear saying the wrong thing. They don’t know what’s going through the child’s mind and are unsure how they should respond to the child’s emotions or questions. They want to provide a safe place for the child to share what he/she is going through but don’t know how to do it themselves or exactly who to turn to for help.
Help children effectively deal with their broken heart.
This 4-week educational program is designed to teach parents and others who work with children, the necessary tools to help children effectively deal with their broken hearts, no matter the loss they are facing. This action-oriented program provides concrete suggestions of things to say and do to acknowledge the loss and help the grieving child in a healthy way.
Our children need you to develop the skills to help them walk through the unavoidable.
The loss of a pet can be emotionally devastating
As one who has been the recipient of a pet’s unconditional love and loyalty, you know how a pet can soften a person’s heart and provide a rich and rewarding championship for both for a lifetime.
Generally, that lifetime ends with the death of your faithful, furry friend.
Online or in Person
Six 1-Hour Sessions
For Individuals, Couples and Groups
Masks and Social Distancing Respected
The heartbreak of loosing a furry friend
Sadly, the impact of the heartbreak of this type of loss is often downplayed or ignored by friends and family. Frequently, well-meaning people will make comments that hurt or diminish the importance a pet, leaving the griever with few who can relate and with whom they can trust to share their pain.
6-session program for pet owners dealing with loss
This 6-session program is focused on offering pet owners an effective mechanism for taking action to move through and beyond their grief. In a safe, non-judgmental environment, the griever is able to process the loss and take the action steps necessary to complete their grief.
What Others Are Saying
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Click video to hear about finding purpose after loss of her spouse.