Move through grief. Discover meaning. Restore hope. 

My intention is to share with you what I have learned about the journey from darkness to light, both from my personal journey through grief and my professional training and experiences in guiding thousands of others through the process.
— Dr. Baruch HaLevi

Rabbi Dr. Baruch HaLevi has guided thousands of people over the years through the pain of losing a loved one. While grief describes the internal feelings we experience in response to a major loss, mourning is our way of outwardly expressing that grief. Baruch offers a unique perspective on the healing journey of grief and mourning, having navigated a path of darkness in the wake of a loved one's death, himself.

Baruch's unique Grief Guidance offerings are born out of his personal experiences and what he's learned from working with countless clients. He offers support and guidance to clients through one-on-one phone or video counseling sessions, helping those whom he guides to move through their grief and reclaim direction within their life after the loss of a loved one. Mystical Mourning and Spark Seekers were created by Baruch as material to supplement sessions with him, and provide additional opportunities to further discover oneself and create a personalized grieving process. 


Explore baruch's grief guidance offerings:

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mystical mourning

While mourning is the pathway we walk through grief, it is not always easy to navigate. Mystical Mourning is an 8-day self-guided program created by Rabbi Dr. Baruch HaLevi and his sister, Spiritual Medium Rebecca Rosen, to help you find meaning in grief, and heal your soul. Mystical Mourning will help you gain perspective and find light after the loss of a parent, sibling, child, friend or beloved animal. This program will introduce you to effective tools and practices for lifelong healing.        

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Spark Seekers

Rabbi Dr. Baruch HaLevi wrote Spark Seekers: Mourning with Meaning; Living with Light as a way to share his own story of mourning as a result of family suicides. Though Baruch draws on teachings from the Jewish faith, as well as other religious traditions, Spark Seekers is for mourners of any or no religion. It is for anyone who is facing the darkness after the loss of a loved one and is looking for support, or who wants to support someone else who is grieving.