Nisha Zenoff Ph.D. is a California licensed marriage and family counselor, psychotherapist, grief counselor, and dance/movement therapist. She is the author of The Unspeakable Loss: How Do You Live After A Child Dies? published 2017 by Da Capo/Lifelong/Hachette Book Group. The book was a finalist in the American Book Fest’s Best Book Awards. The book is the culmination of a 37-year personal journey, after the death of her son and her work as a grief counselor. Educated at Brandeis University, the University of Utah, and Columbia University. Her Ph.D. is in Transpersonal Psychology. Dr. Zenoff, a presenter on grief at national conferences, is a facilitator and chapter leader for The Compassionate Friends, the largest grief support group in the US for families. She is author of several articles in professional journals. She has led workshops at John F. Kennedy University, New School for Social Research, Esalen Institute, Naropa University.