Fiona has supported many who mourned the loss of a loved one through her role as an RCMP victim service case worker, her previous role as a group facilitator for survivors of suicide loss, and her volunteer experience with hospice. Frequently mourners find their grief challenging while facing real life demands in a culture where many still find the subject uncomfortable, misunderstood and avoided. Traumatic loss is complex. The shattering impacts of sudden and/or traumatic loss are profound and can be debilitating. Having had her own experience with losses, Fiona is extremely gentle, patient and compassionate. Fiona offers a space for her clients to express their loss without pretense, walks alongside them in their grief journey, and offers resources and any necessary mental health assistance to support the process toward finding hope and healing.