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Look to Georgena Eggleston, MA as the expert on trauma and grief recovery who offers a powerful story – and a unique insight.


Bio: Georgena Eggleston, MA
Known as The Grief Guide for those Touched by Suicide™, Georgena Eggleston, MA is a highly regarded author, speaker and grief trauma specialist.

In just 3 years, Georgena buried her brother, father-in-law, mother, father, and teenage son. She lost both her brother and 15-year-old son to suicide. This series of events caused Georgena to pursue deep personal work to release the grip of grief, embrace curiosity and wonder, truly achieve recovery, and live a joyful, purposeful life.

In fact, Georgena’s extensive study led to a new awareness – an aspect of grief no one talks about – that grief lives within the body.

Today, Georgena teaches intentional grieving and mindful mourning so people have the tools to move beyond their grief. They discover the gifts in grief, emerging stronger and happier. As a Grief Guide, she supports those who are grieving – companioning them to recovery, enabling them to move from feeling shattered to being restored after loss.

Georgena’s lengthy career experience as a certified speech-language pathologist is the bedrock of her deep-listening and clear communication skills, which resonate with her clients and audience members. Georgena believes that to be heard and understood is a basic need of all human beings, no matter where they are in their life. Each of us has the desire to be acknowledged. To finally feel “gotten”.

As a Religious Science Practitioner, she educates her clients to embrace a new belief. Georgena creates the sacred container for clients to tell their story safely as she is led to discern the limiting beliefs that are keeping them in a place they no longer want to live. Awareness is curative, so new beliefs are then anchored with an affirmative prayer treatment.

As a Certified Rubenfeld Synergist®, Georgena is able to listen with her hands to the grief held in the body. She guides clients to release it so life force energy flows once again. The Rubenfeld Synergy Method® (RSM) offers a powerful way to tap into the inner resources of the body for deep healing and personal growth. This holistic approach combines gentle touch, the talk of Gestalt Therapy and compassionate listening. RSM uses the body as a doorway into the Self. Georgena’s clients leave her sessions feeling different in their body – they feel lighter, often pain-free and deeply grounded in relaxation. And they are a step closer to recovery.

Georgena has been a featured speaker for a wide variety of audiences on radio and TV. She has contributed articles to newspapers and Science of Mind magazine. Plus, she is a contributing author of the book You Make A Difference: 50 Heart-Centered Entrepreneurs Share Their Stories of Inspiration and Transformation.

Georgena’s second book, A New Mourning: Discovering the Gifts in Grief, reveals the power of grief to re-invent yourself. Offering practical and tested self-care tools, Georgena models deeply listening to embodied grief to create a new relationship with your departed loved one through discovery, curiosity, and synergy. As the “new sympathy card,” A New Mourning fills the need we all have to “do something” or “say the right thing” to a grieving person. By gifting this powerful book to a grieving friend or family member, you are giving them a gift of love and supporting them long-term.

Georgena is the mother of 2 sons and loves yoga and flower arranging. She lives in Portland, Oregon, and often travels nationally for speaking and book-signing engagements.

Georgena was recently a guest on Unity Radio’s From Grief to Grace, which can be heard here.  She was also recently featured on KATU, which can be viewed here.

“My loss and grief took a toll for two years before I found Georgena. She is not only a teacher of practical, tested tools, she is a gentle strong guide. What sets her apart from anyone I have worked with during difficult times is her genuine and heartfelt generosity. Georgena knows how to “be there” for someone in need. She has “been there” herself.””

– Registered Nurse

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