Seasonal Support Offer

The holiday season is typically a joyous time of year, filled with seasonal decorations, family gatherings, and much merriment.

But for those overwhelmed by caregiving, or experiencing grief and loss of a loved one, the season can be filled with sadness or depression, anxiety, loneliness and very little joy.

Five years ago, my father passed away at the end of October.  I really didn’t know how I would make it through that first Thanksgiving and Christmas (and later, his birthday and Father’s Day).  Yet, I did make it through and I can now show you some of the things I learned in this journey which brought joy into the holidays.

For this reason I have decided to open up my coaching/consulting services to a limited-time offer designed especially for those suffering with grief and loss, or those caregivers who are completely overwhelmed during the holidays.

You may choose any 2 weeks that will provide the most support for you.

“Seasonal Support” is a full 2-week package of services which includes:

  • Unlimited email access during business hours (I will make exceptions outside business hours for emergencies)
  • Minimum of 2 personal phone calls, lasting approx. 45 minutes, depending upon your needs.  The phone calls will be designed as strategy sessions to provide you with support and resources.
  • Guidance and resources on grief and loss
  • Guidance and resources on good self-care

To begin your 2-week Seasonal Support, please click on this link:  — this will alert me to your sign-up and I will contact you.  I’d like to have a short conversation with you before we begin the 2 weeks, so that we can lay out a plan for those 2 weeks.

With 35+ years as a professional caregiver, 4 years as social work director in skilled nursing, a BA in psychology, and having walked through the grief and loss journey many times, I have the professional and personal experience you need to support and guide you through the next few weeks.  Should you decide to work with me longer, we will make arrangements for that to happen.

I look forward to walking with you through this difficult journey to find some holiday joy.

Kathleen (Kathy) McCormick

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