"I am a shamanic practitioner but also a
mental health counselor with a specialty area in grief, loss and trauma. The Four Steps of your book are truly resonating with my clients- most especially the various meditations that we have done
and also some of the healing rituals.
I cannot begin to express the transformation that I am seeing.
May you be continued to be blessed f
or your healing work. "
Melissa Carragher at the Tara Center
“Healing What Grieves You is a practical guide for people who have experienced a major loss whether it be the death of a loved one, a divorce, a miscarriage, disability, or another life-changing event. This wonderful book is filled with a wealth of tools that can be used by shamanic practitioners, energy healers, counselors, and mental health professionals.”
— Sandra Ingerman, MA, author of Soul Retrieval and Walking in Light: The Everyday Empowerment of a Shamanic Life
“Julie Lange Groth challenges us to look below the surface of what passes for life. In the process she has created very good medicine.”
— Hank Wesselman, PhD, The Re-Enchantment: A Shamanic Path to a Life of Wonder
“I have hoped for a book about the powerful, tried-and-tested tools of shamanism to help people explore what their heart feels about life and death. This is that book.”
— Colleen Deatsman MA, LPC, shamanic healer, teacher and author of 5 books including Seeing in the Dark and The Hollow Bone.
“With an intuitive knowledge, gentleness, and deeply loving voice, Julie shows the reader how to work through grief with insights, journeys, and rituals that are peppered with personal experiences. She allows the reader to begin the healing process from the first sentence.”
— Renata Butera, shamanic practitioner
“Healing What Grieves You brings the healing powers of the shaman to life. Julie Lange Groth will help you find the physical, emotional, and spiritual strength to address grief and emerge with an expanded awareness of what it means to be human.”
— Fauzia Burke, founder, FSB Associates
"Julie Lange Groth understands that grief is an inescapable experience that has the ability to break us apart but, if consciously attended to, will inevitably render us capable of putting ourselves back together again.”
— Abigail Brenner, MD, author of Replacement Children: The Unconscious Script