Years of seeing the impact of grief on her oncology clients, and having been through multitude of grief herself, Dr. Birgitte Tan understands how grief affected our daily life, and the importance of being able to recover fully from grief. As a certified Grief Recovery Specialist and the founder and creator of “Dance Away Sadness: Move Beyond Your Grief” system, she can help you traverse the dark valley of your life and move through and beyond their grief to a warm sunny meadow of love, joy, peace of mind, and a life you truly love living.
As a Grief Recovery Specialist with the Grief Recovery Institute (R) she facilitate the Grief Recovery Support Group. This support group utilizes The Grief Recovery Method®, which is a proven, step-by-step 8 weeks system to help you recover from your present and past grief and provides you with skill and tools to recover from your future grief as well (any grief, not just losses). The group meet in person every week for the consecutive 8 Saturdays. To really gain benefit from this, it is important for you to attend the meeting every week. Even if you feel you have recovered from your most recent grief, there is a good chance you would still benefit from this. Why? Because the program provides us with the skill and tools to navigate future grief in addition to recovering from our current or past grief. At some point in the future we all are going to have grief again. Life is not always a walk in the park - and you can trip and fall even as you walk in the park :-). So, please give this gift of peace of mind and better relationship to yourself and your love ones.
Please Note: This is NOT a counseling session, and I am NOT a counselor / psychotherapist / psychiatrist. If you are severely overwhelmed by your grief and/or condition and feel suicidal, or know someone who is, please immediately call:
NATIONAL SUICIDE HOTLINE : 1-800-273-8255 (1-800-273-TALK)
If you are under care by a physician and/or therapist and you feel this way, please call your medical professional right away as well.
If you or someone you know is in a life threatening situation, please call 911 immediately.