Grief is a part of the human experience, and it comes in many forms. Most of us think that grief is only attached to death, but there is so much more to grief than loss through dying. Grief can show up during a divorce, a job change, a trauma, an accident, or just when day to day life isn't meeting our expectations.
At Thriving After Loss, we focus on grief as a part of life, and regardless of the sadness and pain we've experienced in our past, we can work together to make life a more joyful and fulfilling journey.
How Can Coaching Help Me?
The goal of Coaching is to allow us to look at things in a new way and focus on improving our lives for the future. With my coaching style, I'm focused on the Whole Person. This approach allows us to tap into physical, mental, and spiritual well-being as a whole, while achieving the following results:
Improved focus and clarity on current and future goals
Understanding beliefs and values and how our choices are affected by both
Coping techniques for dealing with grief and life related stress
Identifying barriers and limiting beliefs that hold us back from reaching our goals towards finding purpose and joy again
I have experience in the following areas and would be honored to walk this healing journey with you:
Death of a loved one
Loss of a loved one to suicide
Grief associated with divorce and/or other major life change
Grief associated with loss of identity and/or purpose
Transitioning into or out of a new lifestyle or career
My first loss came at the age of 12 when my mother died suddenly from heart failure. I have since experienced the loss of my father and my son, I have experienced lost love, a divorce, changed friendships, financial hardships, and many other life transitions.
Due to these experiences and my choice to thrive and heal, I've been drawn to share my experiences with others through Grief and Life Transition Coaching. My hope is that you will recognize that when you find yourself in a season of change that you are not alone.
“Our life is shaped by our mind, for we become what we think.”