Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know that my loss is significant?
Any loss that brings unwanted or unpleasant change is significant. A significant loss will : affect you physically, emotionally and mentally to the point where you're not 'coping'. A significant loss will leave you feeling stuck and unable to move forward. And if you feel that your day to day life is a struggle, that your mental health is suffering then the loss will be significant too.
What type of losses does this method work for?
Simply put, any loss that creates an emotional blockage. There are many losses that we 'grieve', with the most obvious being the death of someone important in our life, but others include the less obvious: the end of a relationship, a divorce, a loss of our health, a family estrangement, our job, our independence. There are in fact a staggering 40 plus significant life events which cause us confusion or pain which holds us back.
Do I have to do all the sessions?
Yes, for the method to work for you. The programme is written in stages with one naturally following the other.
What happens if I change my mind once I’ve started?
If you are unsure whether the the programme I deliver is right for you, simply book and only pay for the first session.
In the first session, I outline in brief the content of the sessions and try and answer any questions or concerns you may have.
This programme will take you back to the past, where losses or painful experiences may have occurred. Please be aware of this and it is important that there is emotional support around you. It requires 100% commitment.
If you would like to go ahead and complete the remainder of the programme we can then take steps to complete payment or agree on a pay as you go plan.
The payments you have made are not refundable. If you need to postpone the completion of the course due to a change in circumstances I will issue a credit note for the number of remaining sessions.
Please note to avoid being charged a cancellation fee of £25.00 at least 48hours notice most be given.
What happens during the sessions?
I guide & support you through the sessions and with the reflective work that is entailed in the Grief Recovery Method. This gives you the chance to talk openly about your significant emotional loss and to move beyond your current emotional state. Sessions take place in The Garden Room.
What happens if I’m not from Herefordshire?
If you are not from Hereford and would like to see a Specialist face to face then please visit to see the UK register.
'Building resilience and empowerment after loss.'