“Loss and grief are part of the human experience. Unfortunately, they are rarely a part of graduate training in the helping professions.” – Robert A. Neimeyer, Ph.D., Psychology
The “Master Grief Coach” online training program with a certification option is for those wanting empowering resources for individuals uncover how to find their best way to heal and even thrive after loss. Three training modules are individually available. They have been reviewed by and contributions have been made by a team of diverse professionals with backgrounds including psychology, business, teaching, healthcare, energy healing, authoring grief books, and speaking. Grief has greatly affected team member lives in different ways.
Understanding Grief and Healing is comprehensive yet concise. It is compiled from both traditional and progressive top experts with various backgrounds who have worked with the most grievers, and their experience includes working with the dying. Their backgrounds include PhDs in psychology, philosophy, and biology. They have spent their careers studying and teaching mindfulness and resilience. You can learn from the most experienced in one place in one place.
Master Grief Coaching can teach you how to coach yourself, but there is a synergy in partnering with a coach that allows for accomplishing goals with greater ease. Master Grief Coaches understand the breadth of grief and healing information but know the importance of focusing on the unique goals of a griever. Grief is as individual as each person.
Business Action Planning is important for any size business. Principles used by successful multi-million-dollar companies have been simplified to apply to establishing and operating a coaching business with nominal start-up expense. There is also access to business coaching from skilled leaders with extensive small business and corporate experience.
Training module audio option available soon.
“From the depth of my being, I feel this wonderful gift to humanity will be available long into the future. I am so so sooo grateful to be a part of it.”