Ectopic Loss Coaching

Feeling Isolation in your Unannounced Loss?
I can help.

“I wish people talked about this more.”


“I was only pregnant for a few weeks.”


“No one but my partner knew that I was pregnant.”


“My pregnancy didn’t feel real.”


These are all common thoughts following an ectopic pregnancy loss. Because symptoms appear between 6 to 8 weeks after the last menstrual period, many women feel that they have barely had a chance to begin wrapping their head around their pregnancy before it is over. For some women, the entire experience feels more like a solitary medical emergency than a pregnancy at all.


Whatever your thoughts about your pregnancy, sharing your experience with you friends and family or choosing to keep it private, I can help you decide on purpose what the most connecting and empowering beliefs are to cultivate.