Today on the Life With Grief Podcast we’re chatting with Gaby Georges. She is a Creative Grief Guide and the Founder of The Grief Cocoon.

Gaby is a multi-disciplinary artist, and the guidance and work that she provides in the grief space is inspired by her beloved mother, Samira, who she lost at the age of 20 to a rare form of cancer.

She supports grievers to creatively process, befriend, and transform their grief through creative writing, movement, rituals, and community connection. Through The Grief Cocoon, Gaby offers creative online workshops, a podcast, educational online content, a mobile community app, and one-on-one support.

She is truly such a beautiful human with this amazing calming energy that I know you’re going to feel just by hearing her voice! We’re talking all about the power of creativity in processing and transforming our grief, the importance of community and connecting with others when we’re grieving, and embracing grief rather than avoiding it. And, of course, talking about how to even go about doing this.

I have no doubt you will learn so much as I did!

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Instagram/YouTube: @thegriefcocoon

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