Whenever I'm in the midst of loss and grief I search for anything and everything to help me help myself. Books, articles, podcasts, therapists, movies, shamans - all the good shit that can help me find the light. Below are some healers to help you through.

loss&found - website - resources - videos marie and marianne.jpg

bree Melanson, Spiritual Medium and soul trainer 

Bree is a dear friend and a force to be reckoned with.  As a medium she communicates with guides, angels and souls (including those who have passed) to help you get unstuck and see life, and all the pain it can bring, from your soul's perspective. She has helped me cope with my loss and grief in a major way.

Bree offers consultations via Skype to clients worldwide. 

Sign up for her daily channeled messages here.

loss&found - website - resources - books - wave article.jpg

SUE HORNING, CHINESE ASTROLOGIST

Sue is a gifted "good witch" (as I like to call her), specializing in Bazi Destiny Analysis (Chinese Astrology), I-Ching Divination, Tarot and Feng Shui. Sue has helped me better understand myself and how to cope through career changes, caregiver burnout, car accidents, relationship woes, death etc.

After losing her dad to cancer, Sue began studying astrology as an inquiry into the interconnectedness of her relationships.

loss&found - website - resources- books - 8simplewords.jpg

GOODTHERAPY.ORG, FIND A THERAPIST

I am a huuuuuuuge believer in the power of professional counselling, particularly when dealing with loss and grief.

There are no substitutes for having a trained professional (with similar morals and values) helping you through. I don't know where I would be today without my therapist Kim Boivin (needless to say, I think she's the shit).

Goodtherapy.org makes it easy to find a qualified counsellor in your area. They also have free resources on grief available right on the site.


loss&found is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, medical treatment or therapy.  Always seek the advice of your physical or qualified mental health provider with any questions you may have regarding any mental health symptom or medical condition.  Never disregard professional psychological or medical advice nor delay in seeking professional advice or treatment because of something you have read on loss&found or any resource referred by loss&found.