Cath Duncan has her Masters in Social Work, as well as certifications in coaching, neuro-linguistic psychology, and narrative inquiry methods. She has grown to love narrative inquiry, and now practices and teaches within a narrative approach. Cath’s work focuses on grief and loss support. She offers resources for bereaved people at RememberingForGood.com, trains Certified Creative Grief Support Practitioners at CreativeGriefStudio.com, and collaborates with Vicky Culling to provide information about the option to bring stillborn and deceased babies’ bodies home for family time or a home funeral at WhenYourBabyDies.com. Cath’s creative and flexible approach to grief support has been strongly shaped by her own love of art-making, her Masters research on the role of shame in grieving, and her own experiences of different kinds of losses, including pregnancy losses, the failure of Cath’s kidneys, and the loss of her focal vision.