My book, Grief Ally,
is now available everywhere.
Grief Ally is the first book focused exclusively on teaching people how to support their loved ones through the long haul of grief.
Have you read Grief Ally and now you want more help? Check out my services.
Hi, I’m Aly. I’m a coach, author, therapist-in-training, and a widow. My beloved’s death changed everything about me and my life. So much so, that I had to do something about how we treat the bereaved. So I defined Grief Allyship and wrote a book to teach people how to show up and support their grieving loved ones. I’d love to tell you more about me.
Grief Ally is the only grief book written specifically for the support networks of the bereaved, the people who are asking “what do I do?” and “how do I help?” when someone’s life ends. As the first resource of its kind, Grief Ally will help anyone to climb up the learning curve of grief support faster than has ever been possible.
WORK WITH ALY
I offer several services focused on supporting the bereaved and their allies. Take a look at my services page to see how we can work together or if you’re looking for something more specific reach out to me.
LATEST BLOG POSTS
The Overwatch Collective is normalizing PTSD, suicide awareness and mental health among First Responders and Military through their podcast. All the money they raise goes toward funding therapy and introducing resources to those in need. Check out my chat about grief with president, Greg Gorgan.
A few weeks ago I received a confirmation that I am officially a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) from the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. What does that mean? You can officially call me a therapist now!
Grief is messy. It’s the opposite of linear. It can be dark and wacky, lonely or not, love-filled or seemingly lacking – but it is so very alive. No two people experience this process in quite the same way. These episodes are conversation starters for dealing with dying, death, and grief, part therapy and part storytelling in disguise. They’ll shine a light, giving you hope and understanding of how others have managed their grief. Also, they are an insightful guide to life’s many losses.