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Whether you arrived here intentionally, or by chance, we’re glad you stopped by. We invite you to explore our website to learn more about GriefTeach and founder Cheryl Amari, as well as our unique grief education services and programs.

Who We Are:

GriefTeach is a grief education and consulting service for the bereaved and those who care about them.

Our primary mission is to educate others about loss and grief. Loss comes in a variety of forms; physical death, of course, but also job loss, relocation, divorce, illness, loss of a friend or romantic partner, loss of a home, etc. The list could go on and on. Simply put, loss is a part of life, and we must grieve our losses if we want to move forward and not get stuck in the muck of sadness, despair, and hopelessness.

Our goal is to help others realize that grief education is an important step on the path to healing and wholeness. Education can offer the bereaved a glimmer of hope when they are in the midst of pain. It can also empower those who work with or care for the bereaved to better understand the grieving process, and develop the confidence to reach out in ways that are helpful and meaningful.

At GriefTeach we are teachers; we are listeners; we are learners. We teach others about grief, but we also listen to those we serve and allow them to teach us. Together we let grief teach all of us about life, love, and loss.

Enlightening…inspiring…encouraging…hope-filled…come learn more about how GriefTeach can help you as you navigate the muddy waters of your own grief, or strive to help someone else who is grieving.

All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on.

— Havelock Ellis

did you know...

Elisabeth Kübler-Ross's five stages of dying are often misinterpreted as stages of grief. Grief is much more than denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. It has many components including emotional, physical, behavioral, social, and spiritual.

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