01 May Coach Yourself Through Grief: Applying Coaching Principles to Your Grief Journey

Coach Yourself Through Grief: Applying Coaching Principles to Your Grief Journey

Coaching at End of Life

If a loved one of yours has died, then you know how painful grief can be. The emotions can be overwhelming. Many feel like they are “going crazy!” Nothing helps walking the journey of grief more than having a Certified End of Life Coach by your side. But what do you do when your coach isn’t there? What happens when you forget what your Coach told you? “Coach Yourself Through Grief” is a training designed for laypeople who are in the midst of grief. The goal of the training is to help individuals to learn what “normal grief” looks like, and to encourage them to mourn well.

Upcoming Four-Session Webinar Dates: Thursdays at 8:00 pm ET (4 one-hour classes) May 2, 9, 16, 23, 2019

Register for the Webinar Here:  https://coachingatendoflife.com/trainings/coach-yourself-through-grief/


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