Megan Devine, LPC, is an acclaimed grief expert, psychotherapist, and author of the best-selling book It’s OK That You’re Not OK: Meeting Grief and Loss in a Culture That Doesn’t Understand, considered required reading by grieving people and professionals around the world. With over 20 years in the field, her pioneering work provides a professional, inclusive, and realistic approach to grief, one that goes beyond pathology-based, reductive models.
A sought-after expert when grief erupts in the public sphere, Megan’s work is featured widely in the media including The New York Times, NPR, Washington Post, GQ, Harvard Business Review, The Atlantic, the PBS documentary Speaking Grief, and more.
Megan is the founder of Refuge in Grief, a hub of grief education and outreach where she leads people through some of the most devastating times of their lives. Her latest book is How to Carry What Can’t be Fixed. Learn more at www.refugeingrief.com.