Catherine McNulty

After losing her infant son in 2011, Catherine embarked on a journey to do more than survive grief. The loss forever changed the trajectory of her life and sent her looking for meaning and purpose for the life she was given. She channeled the love for her son into her own healing, self-growth and personal empowerment. Today, she has created a framework to grief that disrupts conventional ways of looking at loss. She challenges her clients to step outside of a victim mindset and regain control of how they navigate grief. She teaches how to grow through grief and encourages speaking openly about grief to break down the walls of silence around grief. Catherine lives in San Diego with her family where she speaks, writes, and offers coaching to those who want to do more than just survive grief. She is a board member of Empty Cradle and volunteers at Miracle Babies and the Ronald McDonald House. Her business, Grief INSPIRED supports those who are grieving and guides them to create a new normal that honors the ones they’ve lost.

https://www.griefinspired.com

Articles:

Grief of a Miscarriage is Real, 03 Nov 2017

A Grandmother’s Pain of Infant Loss, 06 Sep 2017

‘His Life Was Brief’: Grieving the Death of an Infant, 23 Jul 2017

A Letter to Grieving Mothers, 25 Jun 2017

The Restlessness of Grief: Taking Back Control, 11 Jun 2017

A Visualization: How to Choose Healing and Growth, 27 May 2017