Grief and loss is one of the most difficult and upsetting events that can occur in one’s life. When experiencing the depths of grief it can be challenging, draining, and confusing. Often times, people begin to experience emotional, physical, intellectual, relational, and spiritual changes which then lead to greater upheaval in one’s life.
I, Sarah Auger, personally first experienced pain and loss at the age of 16 when faced with 2 traumatic events in a short time frame which included my grandmother committing suicide and myself being involved in major car accident. I began to experience overwhelming anxiety and sadness as well as began to ask many existential questions. I found some healing and ways to cope through my own self-discovery, counseling, reading, and support offered to me.
As I went on to obtain my Master’s Degree in Mental Health Clinical Counseling, I found that I was called to help those who were struggling to deal with death and dying. I have been running grief support groups for approximately 7 years.
I am here to offer grief support and education while helping you navigate any feelings or thoughts you may have. Through my own personal experience as well as experience I have gained with working with many who are grieving, I have found that loss can be a time of great transformation, hope, and renewal. I hear over and over people saying that they just want to know who they are, what they are here to do, and the purpose of life and death. I believe the answers to these questions lie within and I want to help you step into this awareness!
I offer individual grief support sessions at this time.