Who Does Your Organization Serve?

Family Caregivers for Aging Parents, Ailing Relatives and Chronically ill Family Members especially those dealing with ongoing progressive conditions such as MS, acquired brain injury, Parkinson's, schizophrenia, stroke and Alzheimer's.

Also helping Individuals heal from any NonDeath Situational Losses such as family illness, job loss, divorce and financial loss.

What Is Their Biggest Challenge?

Losing a Family Member, not to death, but rather to illness. Facing the losses involved on a daily basis with the grief disenfranchised, buried under care demands

How Does Your Organization Help?

We specialize in offering individual and group coaching in addressing the adversity and losses that family caregivers face applying the 3-A coping tool developed specifically for caregivers. This is a "selfie" tool for self-monitoring through self-awareness for self-care. We also offer the self-help book "Keeping It Together: How to Cope as a Family Caregiver without Losing Your Sanity", a hands-on book containing 12 practice exercises that is a cocoon-in-the-form-of-a-book that you can read at your own pace in the comfort of your own home.

Where Can People Find Out More?

What is your favorite music to listen to when you're feeling down?

Any Slow, Relaxing, Calming Instrumental Music.  Music that Contains Chants (New Age Artists- Deva Premal, Diane Arkenstone, Brenda McMorrow)

Music to Grieve to on iTunes

Music to Grieve to

Listening to sad music after losing a loved one, being diagnosed with a terminal illness, or finalizing a divorce might seem counterintuitive, but this somber sounding activity has been proven to help.

Nothing can prepare you for grief, nor is there a right or wrong way to deal with it, but sad music is an easily accessible and highly effective tool that can help you begin to heal.

Learn How Sad Music Can Help You