Is it okay if I start off my morning cup of joe with a giggle? While I spring out of bed really early, it sometimes takes me a minute to literally giggle, but my Pet Loss and Grief Companioning Certification class just makes that happen for me! I just read yet another review on this course, and I couldn’t wait to share more with YOU!

The giggle comes from a place of humility! I’m so honored to read the reviews from those that invest the time and resources into taking this course. Reviews from veterinarians, veterinary technicians, pet funeral directors, and others who work with grieving pet lovers. It’s not only a work of love, but I gave it my all in loading the class up with nuggets that could be immediately applicable to anyone’s work in the pet end-of-life space.

If you’re like me, you like to hear from others how their experience was. I want to hear the good, the bad, and the ugly, for sure! I want to hear from others like me: those involved in the end-of-life care for pets. This course gets high-level comments like “highly recommend” and “fantastic” to this one that really rock my world: “life changing.”

Here’s what I really want you to know about this course… I want this course to give you a much deeper and robust language when it comes to pet loss and pet grief to help you show up, unapologetically show up. To show up unarmored and ready to take on the ugliness of pet grief with a shattered heart. A pet lover who might not have anyone else in their world who understands the myriad of emotions that happens with the death of a grumpy old cat, or a smelly old dog.

I want to help whoever takes this course to understand more about their own grief so they can continue their healthy journey of grief and loss, therefore becoming more adept in the empathy aspect. I just love the way my girl crush Brene Brown describes empathy… being able to crawl into that dark hole of grief with someone and to “be” with them fully, knowing that at any moment as a companion we know the way out. It’s not being scared to be with those emotions; it’s not being scared that our own wound will be opened to the point of being paralyzed again. Quite frankly, it’s not being scared to freaking “go there.” It’s showing up. Unarmored, fully vulnerable, full of humility, and ready to come around the table to walk that journey with.
There’s another aspect to all of this… I want you to understand the business aspect of this process too. That might sound so counterintuitive… why would we talk about such a raw sensitive subject as pet grief and pet loss, and then bring in business? Whatcha talkin’ ‘bout, Willis?! (Man, I miss that show!) Yes. We must talk about the business aspect of this too. If you’re all about providing this amazing level of service and care, ya gotta go tell the people and FIND the people who need you. Ya gotta market, ya gotta understand where the people are.

We live in a world where the self-help book section at Barnes and Noble (oh and Amazon too!) is loaded with pet loss resources. And, while there is something to be said for the solitude of grief, there is a lot being said as well in walking with someone through this journey. The power of connecting with a caring, loving being who will hold space, make space, and give all the permissions needed for the active mourning process.
Whew! Whatcha think of all that yumminess? I am here for you… and I want YOU to have all the information YOU need to be a humble, healthy companion in this dark journey of grief.

I want YOU to be the light!

Okay… head on over and get your learning on. Here’s the link: And, if you get through this course and find you need more, or you want to bounce around some ideas, I’m in! Message me and let’s talk! I’ll make that a part of the enrollment fee! Boom!

Just for you! After all, we are in this together!

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