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You're in the right place.

The pain and confusing in grief may feel like it's got a tight grip on your life right now, but I can give you tools and validate the emotions you're feeling so the grief doesn't feel so consuming. 

The depths of grief are heavy. I know grief and how fighting it can lead to scary and dark places. I know you feel there isn't anyone who "gets it" so you feel alone. 

You're in the right place. 

Grieving is not meant to be done alone.

After any loss, your emotions feel  overwhelming, conflicting, complex, isolating, or maybe scary... or perhaps all of the above.

Pull up a chair.  It is an honor to have you here and pay witness to your unique grief. 

 

Satellight Project Grief Services is here to provide you space and knowledge in intentional grief sharing to heal, with healthy encouragement (without that silly toxic positivity). Here your grieving heart will be supported and will learn applicable coping tools to reignite your light after experiencing loss. 

Time alone will not resolve the pain. Consistent action, building a supportive community of hope, and running towards the emotions will. 

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HEY, KATIE GREER HERE.

I am so glad you have found yourself here with grief support and healing. Looking forward to meeting you :)

 

A little bit about me - I enjoy dark coffee and dark humor. I love dancing, taking goofy selfies and pup snuggles. During our calls, Luna my Labradoodle, is usually under foot resting after a "ruff" day of chasing squirrels!

 

My husband and I live in a quaint little farmhouse situated in Oregon's picturesque Willamette Valley. Together, we have two beautiful children, one here and one here in spirit. 

 

I love when a stranger becomes a friend and how serendipitous connections grace us - enlightening our focus, guiding our purpose and strengthening our community.

FAQ ABOUT HEARTWORK

What will we do during grief sessions? 

Grief Coaching Sessions we meet weekly to talk about what triggers and stimulus are impacting your grief. We will work in collaboration using small steps to facilitate being present with your grief through physical stretches, breath work and other actionable practices, such as journal prompts. 

 

Grief Recovery we will work together weekly, for two months, using compassion, not intellectual statements, observe and address stress, pain, anger and other emotions that stem from loss. Then, we dive in and get complete with your pain using an evidence-based method that has helped thousands over FOURTY years!  Yeah, it's kind of a big deal! 

Helping Children With Loss involves four session. The vast majority of parents find themselves at a loss when trying to help their children deal with any grieving experience that impacts them. This 4-week program is designed to teach parents, and others who work with children, the necessary tools to help children effectively deal with their broken hearts, no matter the loss they are facing.

How did you get into this work?

Grief Education is an atypical line of work and I never imagined I'd be in it. My daughter drowned in a terrible accident while on a family vacation at age four. Emptiness and isolation, pain, rage, and sorrow enveloped me… then I found the Grief Recovery Method and surrounded myself with other grievers who had done their heartwork. Noticing the relieving shift in my own grief, I knew my purpose was to teach grief education and coach healing for others who were grieving.  

Does this work trigger you?

Great question! Nope. A true testament to this heartwork. I am honored to sit with you in the tough emotions so you can get complete with your pain and loss . I also support those who want to support a friend in their grief but "just don't know what to say."

I am struggling in loss but it wasn't a death, is this weird?

Nope. Struggling in loss is normal, any loss. Grief is not limited to bereavement and is different than mourning - it's the conflicting feelings after a change in pattern or routine.

What’s your background, is this therapy? 

Talking about the heart is my passion, physiologically and emotionally. Understanding how the body and mind work have always been a passion of mine. I have a BS in Kinesiology from Oregon State University, working in a cardiology clinic before becoming a mom and switching career paths! I am not a therapist, but I am so proud to say this work is the only evidence-based program in the world and has incredible therapeutic benefits! 

When you're ready, I would be honored to be part of your journey.

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