Loss and lonliness are painful.
Grief takes shape in many different ways – the loss of a dream, a divorce, a death, a miscarriage, unmet expectations, or even the loss of purpose and vision for life.
When one is in the midst of grief, words of encouragement, and the course many take to try and help often come up short. Those around us mean well, but often their lack of understanding and patience can deepen the isolation we feel.
It can be hard to believe that there’s light on the other side. But there is, and I believe that you deserve to find it.
Who is Grief Support for?
Those who have experienced a death.
You’ve lost someone close to you and are processing your life without them.
Those going through divorce or spiritual transformation.
You’re navigating major shifts in your life after divorce or reevaluating your faith.
Those who are mourning the loss of what they thought would be.
The unmet expectations in your life left you grieving the life you thought you would have.
Powerful in helping me process
Jen introduced a type of therapy I didn’t know existed and it has been life-changing. Our sessions have been powerful in helping me process grief after losing my dad. She has an incredible way of making me feel seen and extremely safe as I share my vulnerability.
- Jay B.
How We’ll Work Together
Healing and growth is a journey, not a destination.
And I’m here to help you on that journey.
You’ll have the opportunity to share your story with me and tell me about your goals and desired outcome.
We’ll clearly identify the areas of your life where things feel challenging, the history behind it, and why it’s coming up for you in this moment.
Using modalities that resonate best with you, we’ll begin the work of going deeper to process the things that need attention.
You’ll walk away with a greater sense of self-awareness so that you can continue to process and grow in your journey toward wholeness.
Are there contraindications for breathwork?There are many different breathwork approaches that can help you achieve the goals you’re working toward. If you experience cardiovascular-related health issues, low or high blood pressure, pregnancy, asthma, a mental health diagnosis, and/or a history of epilepsy, some more intense forms of breathwork may not be the right fit for you. However, if you have any of these contraindications, it doesn’t mean you should completely rule out breathwork! I strongly advise you to consult with your healthcare providers and inform me of any health concerns before participating in a breathwork session. In all cases, we will collaborate to find the breathwork style that is both beneficial and healing for you.
How do I prepare for a breathwork session?For an effective breathwork session, whether in person with us in Tucson, AZ or virtually, create a quiet and comfortable environment in a room away from distractions, wear loose and warm clothing, and keep a blanket handy. Prioritize an empty stomach or light meal to avoid discomfort, and ensure you're well-hydrated. Approach the session with an open mind, knowing that practice will enhance your technique, and remember, I'm here to guide and support you throughout the experience.
How do I know if we’re a good fit?I offer a 15 minute complimentary introductory call over Zoom or phone. This helps us get to know each other to make sure you feel comfortable with me and the processes that I use in my practice. You can email, call or text me if you'd like to set this up. Jen Meller email@example.com 503-890-9435