We’ve all been social distancing for the past few months, many of us count our blessings of having our pets by our side in moments of isolation.
HAVING TO SAY GOODBYE TO OUR BELOVED FRIEND DURING THIS TIME
CAN FEEL MORE INTENSIFIED.
It’s more important now than ever to have support, to know you are not alone. To have a safe space to TALK about the love you’ve shared, and sort through what life looks like from here on out.
IMAGINE HOW IT FEELS TO BE WRAPPED IN A WARM HUG,
BEING ABLE TO SHARE YOUR FEELINGS WITHOUT EDITING.
HEAR FROM OTHERS WHO FEEL THE SAME AS YOU DO
Learn practical tools to get through this most difficult and trying time– without feeling judged or shamed that it was just a pet.
YOU DESERVE THIS!
In 6 weeks, I will walk you through how to be with the sorrow, the pain, how to channel the loss and begin the healing process so you can find ways to honor your animal companion and care for yourself in the same way you did for them.
And I know what you must be thinking…
It feels too much to share my feelings with strangers,
it’s too hard, I don’t have time, it hurts too much.
And I get it, I’ve worked with hundreds struggling with the same thoughts, telling themselves the deep pain they feel will go away on its own with time, by staying busy with work, family, numbing out with food, Netflix, anything to stay busy. That’s like having a bucket that is full of holes at the bottom. You keep pouring water in, but it just goes out. The void remains.
I am not going to sugar coat it. The loss of a pet is a devastating time. AND-Your furry friend wants you to find your silver lining in this loss, discover the next step in your evolution, and learn how to give back to yourself what you gave to your pet.
Here’s a sample of what we will be going over:
- The gifts and lessons our pets bring
- How to create boundaries while you heal (and why it’s important)
- Learn what love and approval has to do with how much grief you are feeling
- Complete a loss history timeline and learn how patterns of loss shows up in your life
- Learn the soul lessons around the relationship you have with your pet
- Connect the dots between love for your pet and love you didn’t get from other humans
- Small steps you can take right now to take better care of yourself and begin to heal
Pet loss support sessions over zoom in a confidential and intimate setting, limited to 8 participants to create a sacred container for healing.
- 6 pet loss support circles (value $900)
- Private FB group ($500) Teaching/tools including but not limited to breathework, neuroscience, polyvagal theory, somatic healing, grief coach (value $1200)
- FB Group-pet loss support coaching as needed ($priceless)
if your pet has one final message this is what they might say: Remember you SAID YOU would DO ANYTHING TO TAKE CARE OF ME…iT’s NOW TIME FOR YOU TO TAKE CARE OF YOU.
Thank you for sharing this program with animal owners going through pet loss. In my work in acupressure for animals, I encounter so many people going through this grief process. It is such a deep feeling of loss and there are so few resources that really help people through the healing. Your program is exactly what people need. It is clear, kind and thorough. It never dismisses the depths of emotion that the user is feeling and gives them truly profound tools for moving through these difficult times. I think one of the hardest things for people is feeling that the people around them don’t understand the intensity of the emotions they are feeling. So many people tell them “It was just a pet! Aren’t you over it yet?” Your program takes them by the hand and leads them through the healing process so that they CAN get to the other side of their grief in simple, thoughtful ways. It is as if you are really with them every day through the process. This is a huge gift and I know it will help so many people with its caring voice and its simple kind exercises and meditations.
—Susan Tenney | Elemental Accupressure—
I lost my beloved Siberian Husky, at the age of 13 to dementia. I had to put him down when his mental and physical health were no longer giving him a quality of life. Claire was brought into my life by viewing a page on my friend’s Facebook profile. I was searching for someone to help me get through this difficult time in my life. I felt that even though so many people expressed their condolences, I was still hurting deeply inside. I felt alone and depressed. I worked with Claire not only on the loss of Kodi, but many other losses in my life as well (Loss of my mother and father, and losses at work). I learned a great deal after working with Claire, not only about myself, but about how the loss of a loved one, whether it be a human or pet, can affect the way we function in our daily lifes. Claire helped me to recognize my strengths and we worked on healing my grief. I would like to thank you, Claire, for helping me to cross that bridge that so many people are afraid to face. I am a wiser soul since working with you. You have touched my life and I will always be grateful for your gift of helping people. With Much Love and Respect, -K. McDonald – Las Vegas, NV
I knew O’Malley was going to die between 12 and 15 years, just from statistics. And I think in my cells I knew that he was sick when I set up my session. I think I literally said to you: I am going to be a wreck when he dies, and I need to figure out how to be resilient when it happens, or I might not survive it. He was 11 when I first reached out. He died at 12 years and 3 months and your intervention made a HUGE difference. Truly. In fact, the work you and I did helped me to be a more resilient person in LIFE. Surviving the death of my soul dog, the fact that it didn’t actually kill me, was a huge revelation. Thank you. —Allison Walsh | Missoula, Montana—
Having go through the tragic loss of my first pets (a dog and a cat) within a year of each other, I can say that Claire’s loving guidance and guided suggestions helped me through it. Frasier was old, so I had time to prepare, but when Betty, my cat, died at the age of 7, I was broken and inconsolable. I’m so grateful for Claire’s course. It helped me walk through the muddy waters of grief. —Suzana Palaic | New York—