Holiday season is upon us and adds a complexity to our grief. Whether it be memories that trigger a resurgence of grief symptoms, or fear of being around family and friends who we feel may not understand our emotions, this upcoming season may already be adding stress to our days. With special comments on men and grief, Alexandra Maas chats with us about this important issue.
Alexandra Maas, lives with her son, 2 cats, 2 dogs in a quaint little city in the north of the Netherlands. Besides her passion for her work she has love for creating in cooking, writing and textile designs. After a career of almost 17 years as a Union board member and policy worker for Police, Military Personnel and Construction Workers she started her own counseling practice in 2005. Alexandra is one of the very few counselors in the world who specialise in Masculine Grief - the Grief of Men. All grief support is highly individually customised as all grief journeys are unique. She combines warm, comforting presence with deep wisdom, a love for stories and humor. Her greatest passion is to find the jewels in your grief, and hand them back to you as healing tokens on your life journey.
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