Grief and Loss, Women’s Empowerment & Life Transitions Counseling and Therapy in Colorado & Florida

Photo of a happy Woman holding a heart made of white lights representing someone who has attended counseling for grief and loss, life transitions, self esteem, self compassion, women’s issues or women’s empowerment and is now feeling happy and excited about life. Hope Weiss provides grief counseling and help for self-esteem, divorce, women’s issues, retirement and other life transitions at her office in Longmont or to anyone throughout Colorado through online counseling.

Has your priority been on taking care of others?  Are you thinking that the time has come to shine the light on yourself, and focus on YOUR wants and needs?

Perhaps, you have experienced a big change in your life (a death, loss or other huge life event) which is bringing about a re-evaluation of your priorities, and a desire for more joy and meaning in your life.

On the other hand, you may feel that joy and meaning is elusive at this time, and you are feeling lost and confused.

You might not know where to turn or what to do to make things better for yourself. If you need some support, I’d like to help.

These are the areas in which I can help and support you:


Have you lost sight of who you are, what you want and what’s important to you? Women are rewarded by society and their upbringing for caretaking others.

Do you feel like…

  • You have lost your voice?
  • You have lost sight of who you are?
  • You have lost sight of what’s important to you?
  • You have lost sight of what you want?

Counseling can help you feel empowered and find your voice!

Some examples of finding your voice can include:

  • Setting Boundaries
  • Creating More Self-Acceptance and Self-Compassion
  • Paying Attention to Your Thoughts and Feelings
  • Befriending Your Inner Critic
  • Increasing Self-Care
  • Reducing Stress
  • Connecting Back to Your Wants and Needs (Your Authentic Self)

For more information about my women’s counseling for empowerment please click here.


You can’t go back to what was, and you don’t know what’s coming next. This period of time has been described as a liminal time. This in between time is when transformation can take place. It offers you a chance to re-evaluate your priorities.

Your priorities can include your…

  • Family, Friend and Work Relationships
  • Health
  • Spirituality
  • Career
  • Happiness and Peace

This re-evaluation of your priorities can lead to some of our important work in therapy.

Re-evaluating your priorities helps you:

  • Find More Meaning
  • Look At Your Identity and Relationships
  • Create Enhanced Self-Care

Therapy offers you a place and time to slow down, so that you can figure out…

  • What is needed
  • What really matters
  • What is next for you in your life

Some examples of life transitions include:

  • Divorce
  • Empty Nest
  • Job Changes
  • Retirement
  • Age Milestones
  • Dealing with an Illness
  • Graduating College
  • Moving
  • Marriage or New Relationship
  • Birth of a Child
  • Aging Parents

For more information about my life transitions and life direction therapy please click here.


Have the ways people responded to your grief caused you to shut down and not share your feelings? You may feel that you have not received the support you need and deserve from others. Many people are uncomfortable around the subject of grief even when they care about you. It’s really important that grief is witnessed by another! We are not meant to grieve alone.

Therapy offers you a safe and validating space where you can share what this loss means to you, or discover what it means to you.

Your grief and loss may include:

  • The Death of Someone in Your Life
  • A Long-Ago Loss
  • Your Illness or The Illness of a Loved One
  • Pandemic Related Grief
  • Loss of a Soul Pet

For more information about my grief counseling and therapy please click here.

Because the therapeutic fit is so important, I offer a free 20-minute video or phone consultation.

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Finding the right therapist for your needs is deeply important. You deserve a counselor who can hear and understand your challenges, who has experience addressing these concerns and with whom you can connect. That’s why I created a free 20-minute consultation, so that we can see if we are a good fit. Schedule here.

There is hope, and I am here to help you find it during this time of change and growth. My name is Hope Weiss, and I am a licensed psychotherapist and Certified Grief Informed Professional with over two decades of experience providing support to clients. I have a counseling and psychotherapy practice which is based in Longmont, Colorado. I am available to see clients throughout Colorado and Florida through my online counseling services.  Together, we will work to help you create an authentic, empowered and meaningful life!


“Hope has extensive training and expertise in grief counseling and supporting people going through life transitions. She is trustworthy, genuinely caring, and will be an important support for you on your journey.
Dr. Jenn Matheson, Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD, LMFT

“Hope is a skilled therapist and has extensive experience working with adults experiencing significant transitions and/or losses in their lives. She has an especially nuanced way of working with women, helping them to feel seen, valued and affirmed. ”
Shelli B.W. Rose, LPC, LMFT, Shelli Rose Counseling, LLC

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If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please feel free to contact me by phone or email.

You can check out my Therapy page for more information about my practice including individual therapy appointment information.

If you would like more information about my background and therapy approach please check out the About Hope page.

I look forward to hearing from you!

“And the day came when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom.”

– Anais nin