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Grief has a way of changing us, and reorganizing our entire world.


My goal for therapy is not to get rid of grief, but rather to make space for it, to hold it tenderly, to integrate it into the fabric of our being - where it softens and doesn't feel so heavy to carry. To understand how it moves and changes us, and to support the brave steps forward that you take, in your own time and in your own way.


Wilderness of Grief

& Courses

Self-paced, live learning, and custom workshops  to support you as you navigate your way through loss, grief, change and transition.


A compassionate and integrative approach to grief therapy. Through Hayley’s individualized approach, she provides a safe and supportive environment to help work through feelings of loss, and provides strategies to foster growth and healing.


Resources for self-led learning, wisdom development, integration, expansion and growth. 


All humans and grieving hearts need safe, sacred and brave spaces to process grief and trauma. 


Hi, I'm Hayley

Grief and loss have broke my heart, cracked me open, and allowed my heart to expand in ways I never imagined possible. Grief has prompted me to search for more many times over - more meaning, more depth, and more out of this life I get to live. My experiences with loss continue to deepen who I am as a human, and as a therapist.


This is more than a profession to me, it is truly my hearts work. Let's navigating the wilderness of grief together.

My Approach

You will be supported with tender and compassionate care as you hold and honour your loss. My therapeutic approach is heart-centred, holistic, integrative and focused on supporting you on your unique journey with grief and loss. 

We will dive deep into all things grief, loss, transition, compassionate transformation, and mind-body-spiritual integration. 

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Ready to Step Bravely into Your Future?

Here to walk with you through your pain and heartbreak as you explore the wilderness of your grief.

All of western medicine is built on getting rid of pain, which is not the same as healing. Healing is actually the capacity to hold pain.


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