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Show Notes:

Today’s guest is an author and psychotherapist in private practice in New York City, where she has specialized in trauma, grief, and loss. Prior to becoming a therapist she had a successful career in the financial industry for more than twenty years.

She has a Master’s Degree in Counseling for Mental Health and Wellness from New York University and completed a two-year post-graduate Advanced Trauma Studies program at the Institute of Contemporary Psychotherapy. She is trained in various modalities that inform a holistically based practice including EMDR, Internal Family Systems, Sensorimotor Psychotherapy, Energy Psychology, and Hypnosis. In 2012 she received the NYU Steinhardt Award for Outstanding Clinical Service.

Her book, You Are Not Alone: A Heartfelt Guide for Grief, Healing, and Hope combines her personal story of devastating loss with practical insights and simple suggestions for healing.

Why people don’t talk about grief
Debbie’s experience losing her husband
Leaving banking and moving into therapy and holistic practices
Why culturally we are supposed to keep a stiff up lip
Why grief is an active word
Why and How the body will respond to your grief and trauma
How a person can help a grieving person
Why we feel like we need to hide our grief
Grief is not a linear process
Why saying “I’m sorry” is enough
Why you need to let go of the “what if” “if only” scenarios
Why you need to move through the grief and not avoid it
How to go back to work after a loss
What are some productive/healthy ways to grief
How long to hold
You don’t have to know what to say – ask a question, give an open ear
Celebrating the memories and moving toward gratitude
Signs from the other side to let you know that life has continued
How rituals can help with the grieving process
Seek help from a professional
Honor the person’s life by living your best life
Grief as the Hero’s Journey
Finding a perspective that allows more freedom and connection
Using friends and family as a resource to help you grieve
The butterfly as a symbol of death and rebirth
Re-frame’s like celebration of life rather than funeral
Using breath to reclaim your control

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