This is where you talk more about yourself and what grief coaching is and isn’t.

Molly’s Background

Molly grew up in central Illinois, spent a large portion of her adult life near Kansas City, MO and currently lives in Dallas, TX. She earned a B.S. in Nursing but her passion has always been coming alongside people in an intentional, 1:1 manner.

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About Grief Coaching

Here are some things about grief coaching, what types of issues get discussed, how sessions usually go, etc.

Common Questions About Coaching

Q: What if I don’t know how many sessions I need?

A: Grief recovery is a process – it’s not something to be “solved” once and for all. That’s why we include at least four sessions together. Having that time dedicated allows the process to take place. We can extend, pause or wrap-up after the initial four sessions, depending on the circumstances and your preference.

Q: How can I tell if I grief coaching is for me? Should I get counseling or therapy instead?

A: Great question! Here’s my best explanation in my article What’s the Difference Between “Grief Coaching” and “Grief Counseling?”

Q: Will I have assignments?

A: Maybe! Even though there are some similar processes, each person and their circumstances are unique. Molly will help guide both the flow of the conversations and constructive activities between sessions.

Q: May I gift grief coaching to a loved one?

A: Yes, coaching is an extremely thoughtful gift during a time of vulnerability. The first step is to have an introductory call, and if we determine coaching is a good fit, we can set up a coaching routine from there.