BlogTalkRadio uses cookies. By using our services, you're agreeing to our Cookies Policy. Got it

Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

Part 1: Close Up Radio Spotlights End of Life Coach Tina Walker

  • Broadcast in Goals
Close Up Radio

Close Up Radio

×  

Follow This Show

If you liked this show, you should follow Close Up Radio.
h:362063
s:11922195
archived

Boulder, CO - Tina Walker is a Professional Certified Law of Attraction Life Coach, End of life coach, Doula, and owner and founder of Dignity Life and End of Life Coaching.

“As we age, fear and anxiety about living and dying significantly increase so working as both a Life Coach and End of Life Coach allows me to provide individuals with a supportive and safe space for when they are facing apprehension, uneasiness, and trepidation about living and dying,” says Tina.

Her Life coaching program is specifically geared towards any age group, but mainly those in mid-life like baby boomers experiencing transition, such as a career change, going through a divorce, getting unstuck, and experiencing a time of self-reflection, one that is joy-filled and purposeful.

“As a coach, I’m not healing or treating you, I’m a catalyst for you to achieve whatever you wish, to be happier and more balanced, so you can question and explore new possibilities,” says Tina.

With her end of life coaching, it may not be for those who are terminally ill but perhaps an individual in their 60’s planning retirement or simply assessing where and with who do they wish to spend their golden years.

The fact is, most of us, even as we get older, prefer not to think about death, much less discuss it with loved ones. But coaching individuals coming to terms with the end of life allows them to make their wishes clear and leave behind a treasured legacy. The dying process becomes easier, more accepting, and comforting.

“Step into your power and trust that the universe has your back when things feel challenging these are lessons to gain strength,” says Tina.

For more information on our guest visit www.elderingwithlove.com