Have you ever felt paralyzed?

by a death, divorce, layoff, financial meltdown, company restructuring, cross-country move or other loss?

Do you wish you could “get past it” and live life free from the grief of that loss?

We partnered with Kelvin to offer a grief counseling seminar for a “Gold Star Family” (immediate relatives of members of the U.S. Armed Forces who have been killed in combat) on the 1-year anniversary of their loss. Kelvin’s methods are vital to the grief recovery process and we look forward to partnering with him to help more Gold Star Families in the future.
— John Kane, Co-Founder & COO, Camp Eyas
“Kelvin’s Grief Recovery Program was very effective in helping me complete several unresolved issues within myself — I was experiencing grief because of these issues.
Kelvin helped me free myself of this behavior.”
— SD, Austin, Texas

The Solution:

The Grief Recovery Program


The Grief Recovery Method is an internationally-acclaimed action program for moving beyond death, divorce, and other losses. There is a several week Individual Program, Group Program, and Helping Children Deal with Loss Program.

Unlike support groups or counseling therapy sessions, this is a close-ended program (with a beginning and an end) that helps the participant get past the debilitating effects of the grief associated with the loss, empowers them with tools to use on an ongoing basis, and gets the person to a place where they can move forward and live life more fully again. Most importantly...

It works !

Kelvin Chin, MA, JD, GRS is certified by the Grief Recovery Institute to teach these programs. He is the author of “Overcoming the Fear of Death,” and has been working with people for 30 years on dealing with issues of loss of all kinds —

  • death of a loved one (family, friend, pet)
  • divorce
  • layoff
  • financial loss
  • and many of the 40 other types of “losses” we can experience

Kelvin works closely with the program participants using study materials and exercises which are specifically designed to help each person gain more insight. By the end of the program, you feel freer from the previously limiting effects of the grief, and will have gained greater clarity about your relationship and issues, whatever they may have been. Clients experience a major internal shift that directly affects their daily personal lives.

Kelvin works both with individuals one-on-one, and with groups.

He has a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College, a master’s degree from Yale University, and a law degree from Boston College. He is a certified Grief Recovery Specialist, and a certified AAA Blue Ribbon mediator and former ombudsman in the President’s Office at MIT, so he is a skilled and empathetic professional listener, teacher and healer.

Fees

Contact Kelvin to discuss whether a per session arrangement or if the multi-week program makes the most sense for your specific needs.


“The older I got, the more my grief issues became magnified and kept me from living my life with more joy. Kelvin’s Grief Recovery Program helped me resolve each issue. Furthermore, unlike counseling sessions which may go on for years, Kelvin’s program helps you complete the recovery in several sessions. What is truly great is that you leave with this technique, so that you can implement it on your own at any time, when you are confronted with grief.
I recommend Kelvin and his Grief Recovery Program. Kelvin is easy to talk to because he is non-judgmental and is sincere about helping people.”
— SDS, Austin, Texas

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LOVE YOUR VOICE IN THE BOOK...HELPED ME DEAL WITH THE LOSS OF MY FATHER...

I love your voice in the book: I truly felt that you were in the room with me. It has helped me deal with the loss of my hero, my Father. I felt like I had a good friend guiding me through the hardest time of my life. I am so grateful that this book has been here to guide me through my grief and to help me understand and accept his death and move on from this pain

— Maria Barr, London, England