EXPERIENCE CHANGE WITH DAWN FORD
LOSS & WELLBEING SPECIALIST
“Out of your vulnerabilities will come your strength”
My name is Dawn Ford and I am a Loss & Wellbeing Specialist, supporting clients who are struggling after a significant emotional loss.
During our lifetime we will all experience the grief that accompanies the death of a loved one, but we can also struggle and grieve other losses too such as a divorce, a failed business, the loss of our home, our career, our health, a loss of confidence or self-worth or our identity and many others.
In 2016 I trained in the Grief Recovery Method and it was a life-changing experience; for me as someone struggling with loss it helped me enormously, and it made so much sense. but I also decided there and then that this was the area I wanted to work in - helping others to resolve their deep rooted and unresolved grief and the health implications that envelope those losses.
I was amazed and inspired by its unique 'holistic' approach to 'loss' and I can fully recommend this transformational 'educational wellbeing' programme to anyone who feels 'stuck' or unaware of how to move through their grief.
"No-one likes to feel sad so they do what most people are taught... they pretend that they are OK"
Get in touch to find out how I can help you, or a loved one, heal your unresolved grief.
'Building resilience and empowement after loss.'
Supporting couples with their unresolved losses individually, which in turn increases greater emotional awareness and empathy
Grief & Art Workshops
With this bespoke service your cherished clothes are carefully turned into an item that you can hold close. These keepsakes bring so much comfort to anyone who has suffered a bereavement or for children after a divorce, or when one parent works away for long periods of time
Inspired by your memories that your cherished clothes hold on to. Each commission is always a privilege.
Dawn also facilitates grief & art workshops. These specialist creative sessions provide an opportunity for those who are struggling to come to terms with an emotional loss to express their feelings via the mediums of drawing and fabrics.
Small group therapy sessions that bring an additional sense
and shared expereinces in a safe and non-judgemental space, enabling everyone participating
to heal past losses, grief and trauma