Grief Recovery Method

Here at Spectrum we recognise that grief is the normal and natural reaction to loss whether that loss has been brought about by a death of someone important in your life, the end of a relationship, or one of the over 40 significant life events that invoke grief
Because grief is such a misunderstood and little talked about topic it may be easier to start by saying what the Grief Recovery Method isn’t: 

It’s not counselling 

It’s not therapy 

It’s not an alternative treatment 

While any of the above routes may be of some little or great benefit, they mainly offer a path to
discovery of the thoughts and feelings you have around the loss in your life. However, here at
Grief Recovery (UK) we maintain that discovery is not the same as recovery. The Grief Recovery
Method is an action plan. It is a series of small steps that when taken, in order, by the griever it
leads to the completion of all the unresolved business linked to the loss. There are a number of
ways in which you can learn the Grief Recovery Method for yourself.

Grief is defined as the “conflicting emotions that follow the ending or change in familiar
patterns of behaviour.” This complex emotional state has nothing to do with our intellect. We
cannot rationalise ourselves better. Therefore, any “treatment” that appeals to our heads and
not our hearts is doomed to fail.

Find out more about using the Grief Recovery Method to help yourself.