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Nick Burton.jpg"Brett has helped me through some long repressed emotions that were holding me back. My businesses were growing rapidly, but I had gone two years without grieving the death of my dad after a drowning accident while we were together with my 8 year old daughter. I had spent so much effort into making sure she was mentally ok that I did not help myself and just threw myself at work. That bottling up of emotions came to an impasse many months later and it was a rough wall to get over. With Brett's help, knowledge of the process I was going through, and also understanding the hardships entrepreneurs go through was the only way I was able to get through that stage of my life."
- Nick Burton,


The holidays can be a very difficult time for families who have have suffered the loss of a loved one.

Losing a family member is never easy. When the holidays and anniversary times come around, it can make it even harder.

When family gathers, emotions often rise.


The popularized theory of a fluid step-by-step process to grief and loss has many under the false idea that when you are "done" with one stage, you move on to the next, until you are one day – done.

I wish that this was true.


One client described the grief experience after the death of a child like bungee jumping.

He said there was this surreal free-fall where everything was in slow motion and yet whooshing by. If he opened his eyes all he could see was the open abyss below rushing toward him - or him to it.


That was how the session started.

As an emotional client dealing with the loss of her father ~ and the hopes and dreams that went with him, just sat across the room from me and just cried.

Maybe you’ve had similar thoughts also.