a presentation of ... Creative Healing, LLC
|Posted by Karen M. Wyatt on November 22, 2018 at 3:00 PM|
- Why it's important to create an end-of-life plan for pets
- What a pet's end-of-life plan should include
- How to make the dying process easier for a pet
- Common myths surrounding grief after the death of a pet
- Advice for those experiencing pet loss grief
- How to support a loved one dealing with grief over the death of a pet
- Suggestions for helping a child cope with pet loss grief
Wendy Van de Poll is dedicated to providing a safe place for her clients to express their grief over the loss of their pets.
Her passion is to help people when they are grieving over the loss of a pet and her larger than life love for animals has led her to devote her life to the mission of increasing the quality of life between animals and people no matter what stage they are in their cycle of life! She has been called the animal whisperer.
She is a Certified End of Life and Pet Grief Support Coach, Certified Pet Funeral Celebrant, Animal Medium and Communicator. She is the founder of The Center for Pet Loss Grief and an international best selling and award-winning author and speaker.
She holds a Master’s of Science degree in Wolf Ecology and Behavior and has run with wild wolves in Minnesota, coyotes in Massachusetts and foxes in her backyard. She lives in the woods with her husband, two crazy birds, her rescue dog Addie and all kinds of wildlife.