This is an opportunity to explore your relationship with your lost loved one in a
safe, supportive environment. In the coaching process, your coach will
provide you with assignments designed for completing your grief.
coach will listen compassionately as you process the emotions
surrounding bereavement. Your coach will help you get in touch with the
experiences and emotions that are often avoided while trying to keep up
with daily responsibilities.
What if my loss is not about a loved one, but a job loss or home loss or some other significant loss in my life?
you are dealing with other types of loss, such as job loss or the loss
of a home, etc. your Grief Recovery Coach will help you explore the
meaning of this loss in your life.
The recovery process will
include providing a safe space to talk about your loss and how it
impacts you, your lifestyle and your identity today. Your coach will help you develop strategies to find happiness again in your
current life situation.
How and where does Grief Recovery Coaching take place?
and your coach make contact over the phone or Skype for an agreed session time,
usually 3-4 times per month. There is flexibility in that you can talk
to your Grief Coach from anywhere in the world.
What experience does my Grief Coach have?
has a masters degree in clinical psychology and thousands of hours of
clinical experience as licensed marriage and
family therapist. In addition, she spent over twelve years as a church lay
counselor and wellness coach successfully helping people heal their
broken hearts and sick bodies.
In almost every difficulty in life
there is an element of grief and loss. Debbra compassionately leads you
to address the root causes of your heartbreak rather than only deal
with the symptoms, so you can move into the fulfilling life you were
Because grief is not considered a "mental
disorder" as described by the American Psychiatric Association's
"Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders", Fourth Edition,
it does not require "treatment" by a mental health professional. With
specialized training in grief recovery (also available to lay counselors
and hospice workers), your Grief Coach is prepared to help you take the
next steps toward healing.