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Center for Loss Trainings and COVID-19

As we move forward with our training we will continue to keep participants updated about safety procedures and policy. In an abundance of caution we have submitted our plans to our local health department and received their approval. We are also working closely with...

Nurturing Hope in Difficult Times

  by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D.   “Hope is the pillar that holds up the world.” — Pliny the Elder   The caller to the Center for Loss asked a question that is on the hearts of many right now: “Are we going to get through this?” It became obvious as the...

This Pandemic of Grief

by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D. The coronavirus is not only causing a viral pandemic—it is giving rise to a pandemic of grief. As I write this, in mid-March, we as a global community are suffering so many losses that I hardly know where to begin. Death and grief go...

Eleven Tenets of Companioning the Bereaved

by Alan D. Wolfelt, Ph.D.   Tenet One: Companioning is about being present to another person’s pain; it is not about taking away the pain.   Tenet Two: Companioning is about going to the wilderness of the soul with another human being’ it is not...

New 2018-2019 Training Catalog Released

Dr. Wolfelt invites you to his upcoming bereavement care trainings. They’re filling quickly. Register soon! Come learn from the founder of the Companioning Model of grief care. We will continue to offer trainings in both Fort Collins, Colorado and Scottsdale,...