Feel Seen, Heard, + Supported Throughout Your Loss

All From the Comfort + Convenience of Home

A Grief Counselor provides you with effective methods and techniques for dealing with your loss. Your friends and family mean well but chances are they're somewhat clueless about what to say or do to support you. You deserve to be heard, supported, and learn how to progress through this very natural part of life. 

A Grief Counselor is your personal cheerleader and confidant. They keep you from getting stuck, listen attentively, give you the strength to continue, help you manage your feelings of hurt, and support you in finding your own solutions. 

Unresolved grief can lead to addiction, clinical depression, weight gain, harmful behaviors, health issues, ruined relationships, unfulfilling careers, and a truly stagnated life. 

Don't let this happen to YOU!

The worst thing you can do is run from your loss or try to get around it. The only way is through. But...

We'll be with you the whole time. Promise. 

How Does it Work

Become a Modern Grief Member for only $247/mo. - get a dedicated Grief Counselor, unlimited messaging, and personalized grief program. Cancel anytime.

Complete a Placement Assessment so we can match you with the perfect Grief Counselor for your needs and goals.

Start working with your Grief Counselor and feel supported and heard, using something you're already on all day... your smart phone.

What's Included with Membership

Individualized Grief Support Program

Access to a HIPAA-Compliant Mobile App Trusted by Therapists + Counselors Nationwide  

Unlimited Messaging with your personal Grief Counselor

Ability to add video sessions to membership

Weekly Assignments + Activities

Open Journaling

Emotion + Trigger Tracking

Wellness Reminders

Frequently Asked Questions

 
Q: "What can I expect once I become a member?"

A: Upon payment, you'll be emailed a Placement Assessment to identify your specific needs - type of loss, time-zone and method preference (faith-based, spiritual or secular) and log-in information. Once matched, you'll work with the same Grief Counselor throughout your membership and your subscription period doesn't start until you're matched.

Q: "How are Grief Counselors qualified?"

A: Our Grief Counselors have diverse backgrounds, they're skilled in all types of loss, and trained in several modalities. All of our Grief Counselors are meticulously vetted, insured, certified, undergo our 6-week training program, are familiar with escalation procedures and participate in continuing education. At this time, we have English, Spanish and French speaking Grief Counselors. 

Q: "Can I schedule video sessions with my Grief Counselor?" 

A: Yes, as a Modern Grief member you have the option to add video sessions to your membership. Many of our members prefer text only support which allows you to control your comfort level, set your own pace, reduce anxiety or embarrassment, and remove barriers to getting help. Choose the right type of support for your needs. 

Q: "Who should become a member?"

A: Anyone experiencing grief and loss. We're socialized to think "death" when we think grief, but there are 40+ life events that can cause grief; miscarriage, divorce, loss of a close friendship, infertility, loss of a job or promotion, loss of a pet, moving, the death of a not-so-loved-one, loss of future hopes due to addiction or health restrictions, etc. You don't have to face these events alone.  

Q: "Who should NOT become a member?"

A: Anyone who has thoughts of hurting themselves or others, minors, anyone in an urgent crisis or an emergency situation, anyone diagnosed with a severe mental illness, or if you have been advised to be in psychological or psychiatric care.

Q: "What is the difference between Grief Counseling and Grief Therapy?"

A: “Normal” or “common” grief is generally defined as when a person is grieving a loss but can carry on with their normal routine despite the feelings of grief. The intensity of feelings gradually lessons over time until a “new normal” is formed. Grief therapy is for “complicated or abnormal” grief. Complicated grief is generally defined as painful emotions that are so long lasting and severe that you have trouble recovering from the loss and resuming your own life. When “the ‘normal’ reactions of shock, despair, and recovery are distorted, exaggerated, prolonged, inhibited, or delayed. NOTE: About 6-20% of the population experience complicated grief which would require grief therapy. 

Q: "Do you offer Corporate Memberships?" 

A: YES! We provide preferred pricing to Organizations that want to support Employees during times of grief and loss. We also provide aftercare grief support to Hospice and Funeral Home families. Contact us at [email protected] or 1-800-594-3799 to discuss. 

Q: "How is Modern Grief different than Talkspace or BetterHelp?" 

A: Apart from gazillion dollar marketing campaigns (yeah, we're a bit jealous)... they are healthcare technology companies that match people with providers and we're a boutique practice of Grief Counselors that use technology to provide cost-effective, convenient and easy to access grief support.  

Q: "What forms of payment are accepted?"  

A: We accept all major credit and debit cards and PayPal. 

Q: "What exactly is HIPAA? And why does it matter?"

The U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act protects individuals’ personal information and health records. HIPAA requires healthcare institutions and other organizations to follow certain standards in order to safeguard this information.

Q: "What about security?"

A: We take your security and compliance seriously. In addition to using a HIPAA-compliant app, our website and checkout are 3D Secure, Strong Customer Authentication (SCA), and GDPR compliant. 

Q: "Can I really cancel my membership any time?"

A: Yes, you can cancel at any time. Please note that payments are not pro-rated and will not be refunded.  

You don't have to grieve alone. We'll be with you the whole time.

BECOME A MEMBER TODAY!

"Becoming a Member was so easy. I was able to message with my Counselor the same day I joined. "

Death of Spouse
Atlanta, GA.

"Having someone to talk to that REALLY understands what I’m going through has made a big difference. "

Death of Spouse
Salt Lake City, UT.

"I’m starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel, thank you."

Loss of Loved One
Phoenix, AZ.

"Finally making peace with my diagnosis has brought immense and unexpected peace."

Terminal Diagnosis
Phoenix, AZ.

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