infancy & pregnancy loss
Teaching & Workshop Schedule
Although we still book private individuals and have uniquely designed packages, our focus is on training and death care and education.
Holly offers a wide variety of in-person training and workshops throughout the year.
Holding Space for Pregnancy Loss
Holding Space for Pregnancy Loss, is offered as an in-person training, four times a year at various locations throughout the year. All training's empower participants to best support bereaved families following perinatal and infant loss.
8 Week Children’s Grief Group
Our Eight-Week Children's Grief Group allows children who have experienced the loss of a loved one the opportunity to meet other children who have experienced the same loss. We incorporate art therapies into each session as well as other mediums such as music, exercise, sewing, mindfulness, problem-solving, relationship building and more. Children learn healthy ways to grieve while receiving support and the tools they need to process their loss.
8 Week Trauma Loss Grief Group
Our eight-week Trauma Loss Support Group is for those who have lost a loved one due to homicide, suicide, or drug overdose. These unique losses carry an array of emotions that are overwhelming and intense. The grief and pain that the survivors face is often mixed with guilt, anger, and sadness. This group provides a safe for you to tell your story to others who can relate to your feelings of grief.
Equine Facilitated 4 Week Kids Grief Support Camp
With the guidance animals and reconnecting to nature, Sacred Journey Pathways creates a safe space where children explore their grief in a natural setting, away from the business and noise of the city.
Equine Facilitated Adult Grief Support
With the guidance animals and reconnecting to nature, Sacred Journey Pathways creates a safe space where you can explore your grief in a natural setting, away from the business and noise of the city.
Morbid Curiosity – Community Death Talks
Do you have questions about death that you don’t know who to ask? Or questions that you think people will find you disturbed for even thinking? Holly is an expert in all things morbid. She also has spent many years in funeral homes and assisting families cope with their grief. Pick her brain!