Guidance and Hope for Unexpected Death

You know that death is a natural part of life, but you never imagine someone you love or care about will die unexpectedly.

An unexpected or sudden death is devastating. It leaves you in a state of shock and disbelief and the intensity of grief and onslaught of feelings is overwhelming. After a death occurs, you are forced to continue with life. There are countless responsibilities and decisions that still need to be made at a time when it may be difficult to think clearly, or your decision-making abilities may be impaired. Depending on the circumstances of your loss, you may experience symptoms of trauma, memories of previous deaths, or difficult times you previously encountered throughout your lifetime may now have become reactivated. The impact of a sudden or unexpected death may also lead you to question your safety in the world, worry excessively about your loved ones, and ponder what would happen if you died unexpectedly.

Therapy Heals is committed to providing guidance and hope for individuals, mental health and care professionals and businesses in the face of a sudden or unexpected death. At Therapy Heals, we provide the following services:


At Therapy Heals, we understand the pain and devastation deeply associated with unexpected and sudden death. We know the massive destruction a sudden death causes in life, in a family, and in the workplace and have developed a wide breadth of services to address the totality of our clients’ needs.

Therapy Heals is skilled and ready to assist you with compassion and calmness when your circumstances feel like chaos. We have the expertise, experience, and techniques to help you cope and to guide you through one of the most devastating times of your life. We are committed to moving you towards healing and holding hope even when that seems unimaginable.

”I believe there is beauty to be discovered through our challenges and traumas so we can live big and feel more alive.  My work with clients and their families has taught me compassion, connection, and courage.  I know, through firsthand experience, that therapy heals.”

Jennifer R. Levin PhD, Founder of Therapy Heals