Grief is part of the human experience. Life may ask us to change, adapt and mold to the adversities thrown our way. Loss can be experienced in death, divorce, change of job, home, friendships, family dynamics and many other aspects of life. Adventuring loss looks at all aspects of the human experience from an existential view point and how adversity affects someone in their day to day. Change, loss and trauma can have one questioning their existence while struggling with day to day responsibilities.
We dig deep into all aspects of each experience to create an individualized and well-balanced approach to therapy.
Physically, emotionally, spiritually and mentally.
Amelia Bradaric (She/Her)
I’m a Licensed Counsellor focusing on grief, trauma and post traumatic growth. I help my clients process and grow through hardships. I draw on a catalog of life experience and professional training to support and relate to others in forging a path on the road to personal autonomy.
I understand the importance of creating a space that inspires personal growth and allows clients to come to their own insights in a safe and connected environment. My preferred therapeutic modalities include Somatic Therapy, Mindfulness, Solution Focused Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Breathwork. I believe in the power of breath and movement.
I have an entrepreneurial background and experience in Leadership and Small Business Development. In 2015, I suddenly and tragically lost my husband. It was within navigating my loss I discovered my purpose was to support others within their own unique life experiences.
In addition to Adventuring Loss, I co-facilitate Trauma courses at Rhodes Wellness College in Vancouver, B.C.
I’m a realist who trusts the depth and resiliency of the human spirit.
In honor of my late husband, I founded “The Igor (Iggy) Bradaric Foundation” which provides scholarships to grievers while they navigate their path forward in the wake of loss.
For more information on The Iggy Bradaric Legacy Foundation please visit www.iggyb.ca