Grief After Baby Loss
& Healing Program
WORK THROUGH YOUR GRIEF AND
BUILD A SPECIAL CONNECTION
TO YOUR BABY
Are you exhausted with grief after pregnancy or infant loss?
1 in 4 pregnancies end in loss
When grieving the loss of a baby,
it is common to feel:
guilt and/or self-blame
sadness and/or depression
physical symptoms related to hormonal changes
Some women may also suffer from anxiety, depression, or
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
feeling detached from family and friends
hopelessness about the future
You are not alone.
5 stages of grief:
Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, Acceptance
Some women may also suffer from complicated grief. This occurs when feelings of loss are debilitating, don't improve over time, and painful emotions are severe that you have trouble recovering from the loss and resuming your own life.
I can help you work through your grief
build a special connection to your baby
I have designed a Grief After Baby Loss Care Package
& Healing Program to help mend your heart.
Who this is for:
Any woman that has experienced a miscarriage, pregnancy loss, or infant loss -- whether it was yesterday or many years ago
In this 10 part program, I have specially designed activities to inspire you to use your emotions and mama powers to develop a special connection to your baby
Your emotions will be captured into your creations, and I will show you how to incorporate them into your life over the future.
This gives you a very unique experience, because your loss, your baby, and your grief is very personal.
I know this is a hard time, so you can work on the program at your own pace
The Care Package:
10 specially designed activities to inspire your creative side
Instructional videos with examples
Supplies for each activity
The Healing Program:
Carefully crafted questions to prompt your own unique ideas for designing crafts that have a special meaning to you
How to incorporate each item into your lives during sensitive times, such as holidays or birthdays
A private facebook group to connect with other loss moms and share your creations
A list of what to say and what not to say to a grieving parent
Specific examples of what family & friends can do to help you
List of loss resources on the internet
tips for strengthening relationships
12 Week Healing After Loss program
to help you take care of yourself & get you back on your feet after life has knocked you down
biweekly sessions via phone, video, or in person
How to include children with the activities & help them with their grief
But Jacque, I'm not artsy - crafty!
You don't need to be the arts and crafts type, I promise!
From instructional videos to questions to help you form your ideas, I've got you covered!
I can't draw!
I can't draw!
Believe me, I can't either! My drawings look like stick figures. You don't need to be an artist to harness your feelings into a drawing. It can be as simple as drawing a heart.
You want me to write a song?!
I can't even sing!
I know, it sounds crazy. Seriously though, I have really specific questions to help you write your song phrases. You only need a few. I never wrote a song in my life before I came up with one for my baby. Plus, I can't even carry a tune, and I was never in choir.
I was only pregnant for a few weeks.
Is this the right program for me?
Yes. Women that have had an early pregnancy loss experience feelings of grief and loss.
Grief cannot be compared. Just because you were pregnant for a short amount of time does not mean that your grief is smaller or that you are not as worthy to get support with healing.
I can't draw!
This is a great place to add a tagline.
I am a mother to three boys: an 8-year-old stepson, a 14-month-old, and a son in the stars, Soaring Fox Dunn, who was born prematurely at 22 weeks.
I have a passion for supporting other loss moms who have experienced pregnancy or infant loss.
In addition to my personal experience, I have five years of professional experience with hospice navigating the dying and grieving processes as a team coordinator.
I obtained my training as a Certified Holistic Health Coach in 2014 through the Institute of Integrative Nutrition in New York City, and earned a bachelor’s degree in Biochemistry from Montana State University in 2004.
I’m excited to help other loss moms with their personal journeys to healing.
Who this program is not for:
I am not a counselor or doctor.
The content is not intended to be a substitute for counseling or other professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.
Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this Website.