Executive Grief Coaching and Consulting for Men
There is a definite difference between grief counseling and grief coaching. Not everyone who has a death in the family is in need of therapy, although some clients will do both.
Many people, especially executive professionals, entrepreneurs and retired executives need assistance to reorganize their emotional and professional lives during their grieving process. They know they need back-up, or support from someone who understands their pain and can still help them realign their life so their grief will not overwhelm them. And when tragedy strikes, it is more difficult to keep your eye on the ball at work and still attend to difficulties and challenges at home.
When you work with me, you will know that everything we speak about will be held in the strictest confidence.
We develop a plan that will work for you based upon your unique circumstances.
You will not be attending the local support group in the church basement.
You will more than likely not have someone who can be your confidante when all hell is breaking loose in your life.
Your wife is looking to you to be her rock. But who is there for you?
You can’t confide in your business colleagues because you fear they will see you as weak and try to take over your job.
You may know it’s time to do some serious reevaluation of how you choose to interact within your relationships.
And you may not know how to grieve this death because it’s not like other superficial losses you’ve experienced before.
If you are an executive, entrepreneur or retired executive and would like a free consultation to discuss how I might help you, please contact me here.