Grief Resources in the Bay Area

Dementia Resources

Suicide Prevention Resources

  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255 (TALK)

  • Marin County 24/7 Suicide Prevention Hotline: 415-499-1100.

  • San Francisco Suicide Prevention Hotline: (415) 781-0500 www.sfsuicide.org

  • NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Marin: 415-444-0480, support groups, counseling, education. namimarin.org.

  • American Federation for Suicide Prevention: afsp.org

  • San Francisco Friendship Line (for adults over age 60): 800-971-0016

  • Information about suicide and suicide prevention

Presentation on the Emotional Impact of Aging

Brochures on Grief Counseling & Therapy for Seniors

Articles and news stories in which I have been featured

NBC News Working while mourning: How to grieve when you're on the job.

The Week How to smoothly navigate the identity-changing transition into retirement

Next Avenue How to Get Through the Fog of Grief

Mel Magazine Retirement is harder than it looks - that’s where therapy comes in.

The Cheatsheet  How Can You Recover from the Loss of a Partner?

Rewire How I Gave My Grief Space When a Loved One Died

Considerable Sex: Getting back in the saddle after a dry spell

ThriveWorks Helping men express feelings and intimacy

Up Journey The difference between hallucinations and delusions

Up Journey How to deal with disrespectful adult children

Bustle How to forgive and not hold a grudge

Bustle Should I wait for my partner to be ready for a relationship?

A Place for Mom 7 tips for getting a senior with loss of appetite to eat

Best Life Online Difference between dating and a relationship