There is no one way to mourn. A new app from psychotherapist Julia Samuel gives users the time and space to explore what is right for them. Photo: Getty Images
There is no one way to mourn. A new app from psychotherapist Julia Samuel gives users the time and space to explore what is right for them. Photo: Getty Images
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Princess Diana’s friend, psychotherapist Julia Samuel, on the Grief Works app she helped launch and which taps her 30 years of experience helping others through loss

  • Former Headspace research head helped Julia Samuel turn two books on getting past grief into app content to give round-the-clock support to people mourning loss
  • There is no one-size-fits-all way to mourn, she says, and Grief Works app lets users explore what is right for them through meditation, breathwork and guidance

There is no one way to mourn. A new app from psychotherapist Julia Samuel gives users the time and space to explore what is right for them. Photo: Getty Images
There is no one way to mourn. A new app from psychotherapist Julia Samuel gives users the time and space to explore what is right for them. Photo: Getty Images
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