Canopy Counseling understands that loss is a very personal experience and healing from loss is not linear and does not follow predictable stages. Grief comes in waves, at times leaving you exhausted, isolated, disconnected, and unstable. Grief can also be shaped by your relationship to the person who died, the manner of death, whether the person was very ill prior to death, and so many other factors. As a Certified Grief Counseling Specialist, I am committed to walk beside you as you process your loss and learn to reconnect with life in a meaningful way.
You are allowed to struggle
You deserve the space you take up in this world
You are allowed to talk
You are allowed to feel safe
You are allowed to have a bad day, week, month, year.
Grief is a natural response to loss (often the death of a loved one). It is an internal experience of deep sorrow which affects emotions, behavior, relationships, wellbeing, and connectedness. Significant loss brings intense grief.
Active, artistic self-expression engages the mind, body and spirit. Art modalities provide children and adults a way to express the myriad of emotions that accompanies grief and loss. Creative outlets also empower and give individuals a sense of control as they tell their story.
Play is primarily how children communicate. Play is also how children begin to understand concepts of loss, including death, separation and control. Play also helps children share their stories.
Play includes, physical, sensory, art, dress-up, etc.
Canopy Counseling collaborates with
The Grief Center of Southwest Colorado
to offer 3 summer grief camps for:
Contact us for more information.