Losing someone or something you love or care deeply about is very painful. You may experience all kinds of difficult emotions and it may feel like the pain and sadness you’re experiencing will never let up. These are normal reactions to a significant loss. But while there is no right or wrong way to grieve, there are healthy ways to cope with the pain that, in time, can renew you and permit you to move on.
People can experience personal and professional losses from many different sources. Losses can result from a death or any significant life changing event – job loss, relationship loss, loss of home, diagnosis with a disease or cancer and other more private losses like experiencing a miscarriage. Grief is the normal response to loss.
Much as we’d like to have it be otherwise, grief does not disappear when we enter the workplace.
When families experience losses they will search for a trusted place to recoup themselves spiritually, emotionally, even financially. It is not uncommon for families or individuals to view their faith based organizations, church, non-profit organizations, as that place for assistance. The question is: Is that organization prepared?
With confidence, commitment and compassion Thriving Through Grief and Loss will equip service industry professionals, faith based organization leaders, and non-profit organizations to partner with their clients and individuals going through devastating loss. In most situations grief, an inward expression of pain, accompanies transition, trauma and loss.
Many times when people see or hear the words Grief and Loss they immediately think of death; the loss of a loved one. Yet in recent years other losses that were once rare have increased, such as, economic downturns, terminal or chronic illness, divorce, delayed dreams, baby boomer lifestyle shifts, natural disasters and many more…
At Thriving Through Grief and Loss we teach the professionals to have a proactive approach that will allow them to come alongside their customers during the most challenging times of their lives. Because your organization will have a wholistic understanding of the grief process, you will have the skills to offer heartfelt support blended with the professional expertise to meet their need.
We provide a wholistic knowledge base of grief and loss which encompasses essential lenses of psychology, sociology, neurology, theology, thanatology derived from coaching and counseling over 2,500 grieving people during the past 15 years…
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