The Grief Edu-Therapy™ process is an easy to use model that reduces and eliminates intense uncomfortable emotional responses to loss, trauma, and abuse. Edu-Therapy™ Grief Resolution Process is a powerful tool when applied to past or current relationships, living persons, or to those who have died recently or long ago. Once experienced, Edu-Therapy™ can be used over a life time. The 4-day Certification Training teaches the most effective approach for resolving the pain caused by loss of any kind.
The Grief Edu-Therapy™ Certification training is not a classroom type experience. The personal experience of the training is integral to learning and delivering the process. This training is a unique blend of personal growth, education, and immersion in a powerful grief resolution tool.
What Makes Grief Edu-Therapy™ Different?
Edu-Therapy™ is firmly grounded in the well-established psychological theory of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. The Edu-Therapy™ model incorporates education, awareness, and action with unique experiential exercises to create a training experience that is not only educationally satisfying but is also personally rewarding.
Edu-Therapy™ is about resolving the emotional pain that results from unhealthy grieving. Other organizations emphasize recovery or pathology. Grief is not a disorder. Once shown the way, people can and will create healthy grieving experiences. Resolution is finding peace and coming to terms with life as is it is now.
Edu-Therapy™ was created to be a rapid, step by step process that once learned is easily repeatable. Grief Resolution helps grievers discover new opportunities and choices. Unhealthy grieving can cause fear that moving on means letting go of all memories of a cherished relationship. Instead, Edu-Therapy™ shows grievers how to keep an emotional and/or spiritual relationship with a loved one while moving their life forward. Edu-Therapy™ empowers grievers to throw off the lingering chains of anger, guilt, and fear to truly free themselves. Edu-Therapy™ moves grievers into the present where they can begin taking actions for creating a life worth living.