My name is Jill and I am a grief counselor specializing in helping individuals navigate the difficult journey of bereavement following the loss of a loved one. With a deep understanding of managing grief emotions, grief processing, and navigating the "new normal," I am dedicated to providing compassionate support and effective coping tools to those in need. My professional journey has been marked by significant milestones and achievements. I am proud to be certified in Thanatology, the study of death, dying, and bereavement. This certification has equipped me with a comprehensive knowledge base and a unique perspective on the complexities of grief. Throughout my career, I have gained extensive experience in running grief support groups and providing individual and family grief counseling. This expertise has allowed me to develop a deep understanding of the diverse needs and challenges faced by those experiencing loss. I am committed to offering personalized guidance and support to help individuals and families navigate their grief journey. What sets me apart as a grief counselor is my ability to connect with individuals of all ages. Whether it is a child, an adolescent, or an adult, I am well-equipped to assist anyone between the ages of 2 and 92 in handling their grief and adjusting to a "new and different" life. I provide a safe and empathetic space where clients can find validation, suggestions, guidance, and coping skills to navigate the adjustment process. Choosing a grief counselor is an important decision, and I believe I possess the unique qualities and expertise necessary to guide individuals through their grief journey. With my professional background, certifications, and commitment to compassionate care, I am confident in my ability to provide the support and guidance needed to help individuals find healing and resilience in the face of loss. If you or someone you know is struggling with grief and seeking guidance on the path to healing, I am here to accompany you on your journey. Together, we can navigate the challenges of grief and find a way to embrace life once again.