Alexandra Kennedy, MA, MFT, is a psychotherapist in private practice (for over 40 years), a teacher, speaker, and author of five books (three on grief.) Through her psychotherapy, books and trainings, she offers compassionate and insightful support and strategies for grieving and living fully.
After the sudden death of my husband, I struggled with moving forward. Working through the deep well of grief with my wonderful guide has completely changed my life. — Jan
In Honoring Grief, Alexandra Kennedy offers both a profoundly practical and sacred approach to transforming loss of any kind. I have benefited personally, using Alexandra's insights and tools for my own grief journey and recommending it to friends and family. As a psychotherapist I have whole-heartedly suggested this book as a valuable resource for clients in the throes of new loss, or those longing to create a new relationship to past loss and change. . . Having been a long time fan of Kennedy's other works, specifically The Infinite Thread, I have been delighted and grateful to discover and share Honoring Grief. In beautiful language it deeply supports us, mind, body, soul and spirit. — Nina
"I can say from my own personal experience that the work Alexandra Kennedy brings through her books, as well as her life's work as a psychotherapist, is one of great healing, compassion, and transformation. . . I highly recommend Alexandra’s books, workshops, and private sessions." — Teresa
"Times with Alexandra are sessions with a wise soul. She helps me sort through struggles and dilemmas, as well as recognize dynamics I've been blind to, all the while finding taproots of well-being. She diligently frames directions to put into practice living in the wider world. I always feel undercurrents of gladness in our meetings. Her fearless attention in the face of challenging emotions and surrounding situations I find deeply nourishing to my own efforts to meet and transform the pressing dynamics I encounter. I'm inspired by her ebullient calm, her resilient vitality, her capacity to think lucidly amidst stormy weather." — Dan
"I continue to be an ambassador for you and your books as I meet so many people with unresolved grief issues from their past." — Josephine, Cote D'Ivoire Africa
"Losing a Parent helped me heal in places I didn't know existed, and in ways I had not previously understood were available to me. I urge you to explore this transformative book!" — Jennifer
"Alexandra was an extraordinary keynote speaker, counselor, and guide for our Survivors of Suicide Loss Conference. Her insight into grief and the healing process reframed our sorrow and created the potential for transformation. We were blessed by her presence and deeply grateful for her passion and energy." — Dawn McGahan, LCSW, American Foundation of Suicide Prevention