Guiding you through grief and towards renewal - A mentor for life's transitions."
“I’m not sure how or when I began my apprenticeship with sorrow. I do know that it was my gateway back into the breathing and animate world. It was through the dark waters of grief that I came to touch my unlived life. . . . There is some strange intimacy between grief and aliveness, some sacred exchange between what seems unbearable and what is most exquisitely alive. Through this, I have come to have a lasting faith in grief.”
Mentoring is a process where I share my skills, knowledge, and expertise with someone in order to support and guide them in their personal or professional development.
A mentor provides guidance, feedback, and support to help the mentee grow and develop in a particular area. This can include career development, personal growth, or even grief and loss. Mentors use their experience to help their mentee identify goals, create a plan to achieve those goals, and offer feedback and advice along the way.
Mentoring is different from coaching or teaching because it is a more informal and personalized relationship. The mentor provides support and guidance. Mentoring relationships can be short-term or long-term, depending on the needs.
Mentoring can be incredibly beneficial for individuals who are looking to grow and develop in their personal or professional lives. It can provide a safe and supportive space for the mentee to explore their goals and aspirations, and receive guidance and support from someone who has been there before.