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

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

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