Working with Grief

Learning How to Accept Grief, or not, when we lose someone important us

I know this is a heartbreaking place to be in.

When will I start feeling better?
Will I ever feel better?

It can feel like Grief can encompass almost every aspect of our life and relationships.
What can you do when not much can be done?

 

Accepting the Unacceptable

Therapy can provide essential support as we somehow surrender to what is- and accept what feels unacceptable.

Paying tribute to people who are essential to your wellbeing and happiness can feel right even when devastating at times.

Learning how to Accept even when you can’t cannot be Accepted- just for the moment- for today.

Call me. Most people find results right away.

Ilene Wolf, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists,  MFT

415 420 3619

 

You will be more and more confident in all life situations.

 

I am here for you.

415.420.3619

I see the best in you.

Ilene Wolf is a licensed
marriage and family therapist (MFT).

Offices conveniently located in
San Francisco Bay Area and Marin

“Compassion and empathy…”

“Ilene is not only a skilled and seasoned therapist, but also has a huge capacity for compassion and empathy. I have been impressed with Ilene’s capacity to grasp the essential questions and essence of her clients’ needs in her unique style of therapy.”
– MG, school counselor and psychotherapist

“Made a critical difference in my life…”

“I have tried several therapists. Ilene’s sessions made a critical difference in my life. Ilene cares deeply and helped me build trust back into my relationships.
Ilene has helped my family beyond the regular measures. I recommend Ilene Wolf, MFT, RDT/BCT, I know she can help where most others fail.”
– R.A.

“Spoke directly to our hearts …”

Ilene Wolf, LMFT spoke directly to our hearts at the monthly meeting of Soroptimist International and the whole experience was a real treat! She spoke about the anxiety we all experience and feel around conflict, and how compassion, forgiveness and kindness can melt it away.
– Marla Hamilton, Co-President Soroptimist International of Marin County