495. Death, Sex and Embodiment : Sara Jones and Mark Walsh

Therapist Sara joins me to talk grief. We discuss, what grief is, is it a problem, Kubler Ross, what helps, why embodiment was a missing piece, limb loss, divorce, intimacy and grief, suicide, the death of children, and some top tips!

Both fun and sad. A touching one on an underexplored topic.

Links to Sara Jones:


instagram: @luminasupport


Sara is a psychotherapist and coach who uses compassionate therapy and somatic work to support people experiencing difficult life transitions, such as bereavement, relationship difficulties, and emotional and physical abuse recovery. She specialises in grief work and complex trauma. Realising that embodiment was the missing piece in her own process led Sara to integrate somatic work with a broad background of therapeutic techniques to help her clients work deeply with their experiences in an environment of safety and acceptance. 

Originally from the U.K. Sara is now based in Portugal, as well as running her own practice she teaches workshops, runs a grief support network, and loves to collaborate with other local professionals to create new approaches to difficult subjects.

Thanks for listening!


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Christina Dohr

Christina is an embodiment coach and somatic educator with an MSc in Social Sciences. She's co-lead trainer on the Certification of Embodiment Coaching and Courage to Lead courses. Christina combines her work as an Aikido blackbelt, dance and improvisation in guiding groups and individuals.


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