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Serenity, healing, and joy, these are my goals for you.

Life is truly a fabulous journey! However, when Grief shows up it can bring with it some serious roadblocks that can make it difficult for us to see how to move forward.

  • Loss of focus and difficulty with concentration
  • Issues with sleep
  • Lack of energy
  • Fear and worry, reasonable and unreasonable alike
  • Emotions that are unpredictable and may feel out of control

All of these things and more are normal. A natural part of the grieving process. As we work together, you will find safe, healthy ways to process your grief, which leads to healing. In the way that is right for you. On your timeline. Remember, it’s all about you and your healing.

You are in charge – always. You decide what goals feel right for you. Your decision, because this is your life. You decide how you would like to move forward and how your Grief Coach can best support you.

Why work with Sandy?

Sandy has been a certified coach since 2008. With many years of life coaching experience as well as her own personal experience with devastating grief due to the loss of her youngest son to suicide in 2010, Sandy has truly ‘been there, done that’. Sheknows that grief does not need to be a life sentence.

When we work together, you can expect me to:

  • Support you as you discover and set your goals
  • Remind and empower you to take the best care of you – this matters more than you may imagine
  • Show you paths to healing that may have escaped your notice until now
  • Hold you accountable for doing your ‘homework’
  • Be your biggest cheerleader and always acknowledge each and every step that you make toward your own healing

I expect you to:

  • Be open to and willing to make changes
  • Commit to progress
  • Be willing to accept and enjoy the positive changes in your life

Grief Coaching

Grief is the place where we land when we experience painful loss. That loss may be related to death, divorce, finances, health or many other things, it is about painful ending.It’s important to know that you are not alone. Navigating the complicated thoughts and feelings of grief can be much easier with the support of a Grief Coach. Someonewho can supply you with tools and ways of processing this life-changing experience.

Grief Coach Certification

Are you ready to learn more about how to more effectively support yourself and others through grief? This certification course is a combination of reading and discussion, because your experience matters. An excellent addition to your box of tools if you are ready to take healing steps yourself or support others on the path.

12-Week Grief Healing Program

A focused, 12 week coaching program, held via Zoom (because it’s powerful to be able to see and hear one another when we meet) where a specific topic will be discussed each week.


Hands on or long distance, this gentle energy work helps to release what no longer serves you so that you can relax, heal… in short, feel better. When we take the opportunity to relax and allow the pains and hurts to be released,we begin to heal. Mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually.

Hypnosis and Meditation

Meditation is deep relaxation and focus, for the purpose of calming, healing and perhaps receiving clarity. Hypnosis is also deep relaxation and focus, but the purpose is generally to welcome change of some sort. As you can see, very much the same process with slightly different goals. We can work face to face in my office, or if you prefer, I am happy to create a personal recording for you. When we change the way our mind things, we change the way our lives unfold.

Upcoming Events

Each month Sandy offers free grief support. The first Tuesday of each month is specifically for those who have experienced loss of someone to suicide. The first Wednesday of each month is for any adult who is experiencing grief of any sort.One of the most healthy and healing experiences for anyone dealing with grief is to be with others, to share your story is a safe, supportive atmosphere where you know others understand.

Please join us.

“We remember the people who show up in our darkest hours.”
Shauna L Hoey