Grief Resources


The Association of Integrative and Transformative Grief, a not-for-profit organization,is a community of individuals whose mission is to provide transformative grief resources for all persons who are grieving losses, death-related and non-death-related ones.


Psychological and Behavioral Consultants

A group of psychologists and clinical social workers in Lansing, Michigan, who provide individual counseling, marriage or relationship counseling, therapy for children and/or families.

Link: PBC Therapists

Dr. Michael Rogell, PhD

Dr Michael Rogell, PhD, specializes in individual and couples therapy, PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), depression, anxiety, grief and bereavement, and light therapy. He is an approved Consultant and Certified therapist in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing).

Link: Dr. Michael Rogell, PhD

Compassion Books

An exceptional bookstore of more than 400 books, audio and visual resources founded by renowned storyteller Donna O’Toole to help children and adults through experiences of serious illness, death and dying, grief, bereavement, and losses of all kinds, including divorce, suicide, trauma, sudden loss, and violence. All resources are reviewed and selected by knowledgeable professionals.

Link: Compassion Books


A comprehensive resource that contains the extraordinary creativity of James E Miller, author, photographer, grief counselor, and producer of audio, visual, print and photographic resources. His inspiring works include the areas of loss and grief, transitions, life, aging, care giving, spirituality, healing presence and listening.

Link: Willowgreen

Sharing and Caring

A patient-centered volunteer network committed to helping breast cancer survivors on their journey to recovery. It offers education and support for breast cancer patients and their families at the time of diagnosis, during treatment and beyond.

STAGE 4 is one of the support groups designed to meet the very specific needs of women who have advanced or metastatic breast cancer or have been diagnosed with a recurrence of breast cancer.

Facilitated by specialized health care professionals, this support group offers women opportunities to meet others who are coping with metastatic breast cancer; help them feel comfortable discussing topics that one is normally a bit guarded with; discuss family issues, reactions and coping strategies; talk about challenges one may be facing at work; share resources and information; make a friend or two!

Link: Sharing and Caring

ASK ME House

An unusual resource developed by Mary Elaine Kiener, RN, PhD, to provide consultations in the areas of compassionate care for oneself while caring for others, including newsletters, on-site events and virtual ones, and blog posts.

Link: ASK ME House