THE WAY OF LOVE, GENEROSITY, AND GRIEF
A 9-Month Training Program

​This training is an exploration of Love, Generosity, and Grief, and a budding revelation of their relationship together. Each, alone, is a force with the strength to bolster or humble us; yet when we understand and experience their astonishing alchemy, the challenges of our lives become less perplexing, and the wonders more graceful. 
Together we’ll explore the role Generosity plays in helping us to see and feel the dynamic richness of this life we’ve been given. This training is appropriate for anyone who has experienced grief, and those working in the fields of grief support and education, spirituality, medicine, mind-body healing, and philanthropy.                                                                                                          READ MORE

​NEW BOOK COMING IN 2016
​THE WAY OF LOVE, GENEROSITY AND GRIEF

WELCOME. I'm so happy you're here. I've been writing a lot lately, and have a new book in the works, The Way of Love, Generosity, and Grief: An Intimate Portrayal of Stitching the Heart Back Together 

During my 16 years working in philanthropy, I noticed that many of the people receiving our grants had a story or two about having come through a dark time, and as a result, created a life rooted in service to others. I could relate because I, too, years earlier, had founded a grief support center and written my first book, Being There for Someone in Grief, while healing from the murder of my best friend. This connection piqued my interest, and I began to notice everywhere               READ MORE                                                                                                                                           
NOTE FROM THE AUTHOR

When in the company of people in grief, I often hear them say it is rare to have someone among their family and friends who can “hold space” for them in a way that is quiet and calm—a spacious way that neither invades or evades. I wrote this book as a response to that comment. 

My deepest wish is that I have found just the right words to help you be there for someone you know or love, who needs your deep presence as they grieve.