Grief and Degrief, Part 3 – The Art of Holding Space: Degriefing from the Therapist’s Perspective

“Grief is the most available, untapped emotional resource for personal transformation.” Holding space is one of those phrases that evokes furrowed brows and quizzical expressions from the uninitiated. Like comedian George Carlin‘s popularized use of such oxymorons as “jumbo shrimp” and “military intelligence,” holding space presents its own contradictory challenges in the world of griefContinue reading “Grief and Degrief, Part 3 – The Art of Holding Space: Degriefing from the Therapist’s Perspective”