Is this therapy?

No. While therapeutic, the GRM is not therapy.  Semantics, right?

If you have a therapist, you are encouraged to continue working with him or her, on issues like control, for example, that were present in the relationship, as these will not be addressed directly by the program, although they will likely come up and be voiced by you throughout the program.

If you do not have a therapist, and you want one, your insurance company can recommend ones included in your plan; we also have referrals for you should you want a therapist.

The Grief Recovery Method® is a therapeutic, self-contained program and you do not need a therapist, though we may recommend one should it seem beneficial during the course of your journey.

What about confidentiality?

Private and group sessions begin with standard confidentiality agreements that will be upheld according the law.

Do you accept insurance?

No, unfortunately we are unable to accept insurance.  What we can do is draft a payment plan.

Do you offer any discounts?

Yes. Paying in full gets a 10% discount per month (between 10% and 20% off the entire program cost).  If you refer a friend, the friend gets an additional 10% off the entire program cost and you get a free Private 1-hour Maintenance session.

We are also planning a scholarship to be launched in 2019 to help those with financial limitations.

How much does this cost?

The private 1-hour session’s full price (before discounts) is $180; the entire 7 week program is $1260. If you pay in full for the entire program, it is a 20% discount – $1008.

The group’s 1 ½ hour session’s full price is $60; the entire 8 week program is $60 x 8 weeks = $480. If you pay in full for the entire program (2 months), you receive a 20% discount – $384.

The price includes materials.

Has the Specialist gone through the program herself?

Yes, when Nina completed the training, the training included completing the program herself.  Please see her blogs where she opens up about her losses.

How can I find out more about the GRM?

Please feel free to open or download this information on the GRM.  Please feel free to peruse the GRM website.