Have you been uprooted by a life-limiting diagnosis or significant life event? Are you revisiting an ancient wound or tending to a fresh loss? Are you facing death, your own or a loved one’s?

None of us will get through life without being initiated by loss: broken open by its power, disassembled and remade. And none of us will escape the mystery of death.

But you don’t have to face these experiences alone.

I’m Anat — grief therapist, death and dying guide and soul midwife. With deep compassion, a courageous heart and a warm and calming presence, I companion individuals and families through the dark waters of grief, the realms of personal transformation and the mysteries of death and dying — supporting the healing alchemy of these initiations.

Combining years as an interfaith hospital chaplain with potent personal experience, a deeply empathic heart and skills from neuroscience, mindfulness and meditative practice, I hold space for your deeper story to unfold.

Together we will re-member the fragmented pieces, discover the jewel hidden in the darkness and find our way Home — to Love, to connection, to our deepest Self.


Call 503-479-8096 or email Anat LeBlanc for a free consultation now.





Personal Growth

Supporting the process of inner transformation, embodiment and discovery.

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Grief and Loss

Tending the soul through empathic and somatic support for grief, bereavement and loss.

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Death and Dying

Companioning families and individuals through terminal illness and end of life.

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“When we inevitably encounter the many faces of death and loss, one question remains: can we meet this too with an open heart?”

Anat LeBlanc


“When we fully honor our many losses, our lives become more able to embody the wild joy that aches to leap from our hearts into the shimmering world.”

Francis Weller

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