Your host, Angela Kennecke, has brought you conversations with different speakers and authors from the Bereaved Parents USA Conference over the last four weeks. This week, Angela wraps up the series with a conversation she had with grief coach Pat Sheveland.
Angela and Pat first met in 2020, when she was a guest on Grieving Out Loud, for the first time.
Since that conversation, Pat has lost her mother and now has a new book: The Confident Grief Coach: A Guide for Helping Clients Process Loss.
In this episode of Grieving Out Loud, Pat shares even more about the best ways to cope with loss.
Listen to Pat’s first episode with Angela, Strategies for Survival after the Loss of a Child, here.
Patricia (Pat) Sheveland, RN, is a professionally certified life coach through the International Coaching Federation, a qigong teacher and mentor coach providing grief coaching certification for coaches and other helping professionals. Born to grieving parents, she brings a unique perspective to supporting her grieving clients in finding peace and purpose after profound loss. She is a certified funeral celebrant and the three-time Amazon best-selling author of How Do I Survive? 7 Steps to Living After Child Loss, Living Life in The Middle: The Caregiver’s Guide to Healing, Hope and Harmony Through Multigenerational Living, and The Confident Grief Coach: A Guide for Helping Clients Process Loss. She and her family live in Minnesota.
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