Intuitive Grief Coaching
Sessions with Noelle help grieving clients BY:
Providing a safe space to tell your story of loss
Learning exercises and meditations to help you let go of guilt and suffering
Strengthening your intuition to connect with your loved one(s) in spirit for continued healing
Discovering your Soul's mission, personal year cycles and reinvention points using numerology
Empowering you to use your pain as fuel to live your life in alignment with your Soul's mission
Noelle uses the companioning model of bereavement care, pioneered by Dr. Alan Wolfelt of the Center for Loss and Life Transition.
Dr. Wolfelt’s Tenets of Companioning the Bereaved
Companioning is about…
Being present to another person’s pain; it is not about taking away the pain.
Going to the wilderness of the soul with another human being; it is not about thinking you are responsible for finding the way out.
Honoring the spirit; it is not about focusing on the intellect.
Listening with the heart; it is not about analyzing with the head.
Bearing witness to the struggles of others; it is not about judging or directing these struggles.
Walking alongside; it is not about leading.
Discovering the gifts of sacred silence; it is not about filling up every moment with words.
Being still; it is not about frantic movement forward.
Respecting disorder and confusion; it is not about imposing order and logic.
Learning from others; it is not about teaching them.
Compassionate curiosity; it is not about expertise.
Fees are a sliding scale:
90 minutes is $75
60 minutes is sliding scale $50.00 - $70.00
The first intake session is 90 minutes. Future sessions are 60 minutes.
Prior payment is required for telephone sessions. Paypal address is email@example.com
Please note that while grief-coaching can be life-altering and extremely beneficial, it is not psychiatric care or treatment of any mental health condition, and I am not licensed or certified to diagnose clients who may be in crisis mode. If you are suffering from depression or other mental health condition, you should seek assistance or help from a professional mental health care provider.
If you are in crisis, call the U.S. National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a free, 24-hour hotline, at 1.800.273.8255. If your issue is an emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room. Outside of the U.S., please call your nearest hospital for local resources.