For Grievers

If You Have Lost A Loved One

Grief is a unique journey, and no grief experience is identical. It can be painful and confusing. It has its own timetable. Grief is a natural part of life, yet we do not always have the skills and resources to understand and manage the grief process.

Based on professional grief expertise and evidence-based models, GrieveWell has developed its services, workshops, and resources to support adults struggling with the death of a loved one.

Although life may never be the same, with patience and support, it is possible to find hope, healing and a full life after loss.

In learning to live in your new reality, it can be helpful to:

  • Learn about the process of grief, which will help you have compassion for yourself and others, and feel less alone
  • Be tolerant of your physical and emotional limits
  • Make time to process your thoughts and feelings, which at times can feel overwhelming
  • Ask for support and accept help

One-to-One Peer Support

Meet weekly with someone who understands your grief journey.


Learn more about grief, how to support yourself, and creative healing.

Online Resources

Here are several items to help you understand grief.

Resources For Grievers

Four Tasks of Mourning

These tasks, in no particular order, are activities that grievers gradually engage in to support healing. Adapted by the work of J. W. Worden.

Mind Mapping

Engage in mind mapping to identify ways to honor the loved one that you have lost.

The Journey of Grief

Each grief experience is a unique experience - yet there are common experiences along the way. Check out this visual representation of a grief journey. Where are you?

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