Counseling and Support Groups
Dr. Daniel offers grief support groups and individual counseling (either in-person or by phone). Her approach is focused on education, practical tools, and hands-on solutions for finding meaning in loss and integrating the grief experience for internal transformation.
These sessions are for spiritual support and education, and are not a substitute for on-going professional therapy. Instead of regularly-scheduled weekly or monthly sessions, Terri will meet with you once or twice to give you specific tools and practices that you can do on your own to manage strong emotions, release traumatic imprints and restore balance.
Support Groups and Workshops
(Live or via Zoom)
. Online groups are scheduled periodically, either as a four-session weekly therapeutic program or intensive workshops offered twice yearly.
. In-person groups are scheduled at various times throughout the year. Click here for a calendar of upcoming live events.
Hands-on, Experiential Processes
Rather than an extended course of talk therapy, Dr. Daniel's approach is solution-focused, and may only require one or two sessions. Clients are given customized therapeutic tools that they can us on their own, such as meditations, art & writing exercises, family dynamic mapping and personalized rituals for moving the “stuck” energy of grief out of the body and into a more spacious, more ventilated emotional landscape.
To learn more about Dr. Daniel's approach to grief support,
please read these peer-reviewed journal articles:
ABOUT DR. DANIEL
Terri is an inter-spiritual hospice chaplain, end-of-life educator and grief counselor certified in death, dying and bereavement by the Association of Death Education and Counseling and in family-focused grief therapy by The Portland Institute. She conducts workshops throughout the U.S. and is an adjunct instructor in thanatology at Marian University and the University of Maryland.
Over the years Terri has helped hundreds of people learn to live, die and grieve more consciously. Her work is acclaimed by hospice professionals, spiritual seekers, counselors, theologians, and academics worldwide. She is also the author of four books on death, grief and the afterlife.
Terri has a BA in Religious Studies from Marylhurst University, an MA in Pastoral Care from Fordham University, and a Doctor of Ministry in Pastoral Care and Counseling from the San Francisco Theological Seminary.