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Grief and Loss with Louanne Stanton

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Louanne's bio: 

I stood at the foot of my husband's hospital bed... "Where is the book?" I asked the doctor. "What book?" he asked... "The book that tells me how to do this..."

I was 33 years old and my 35 year old husband lay in the bed, just pronounced brain dead. It was the most devastating loss I had experienced in my life. Through this unexpected blow in life, I learned many lessons that I did not want to learn, but I did learn something profound. I wanted to help other people through the horribleness of grief.

After doing much research on what type of certification I wanted to get in order to help people, I discovered the Grief Recovery Method website. I signed up for their certification program and became a Grief Recovery Specialist in 2016. The Grief Recovery Method is a practical, action based program that fit my beliefs and lifestyle. I have now helped over 150 people walk through the small and correct actions that allow people to come from pain to relief. I have heard over and over again how much of a life changing impact this program has had on a person's life. And I personally know the positive impact it has had on mine.

I currently live in the lovely hamlet of Mount Pleasant, NC and work in surrounding areas that include Concord, Charlotte, Matthews, Albemarle and other small towns around me. I have had the priviledge of working one on one with some people, I have taught "When Children Grieve" to staff at a local Christian School, I currently teach classes of 6-8 people based on the Grief Recovery Method, and one of my favorite classes to teach is the Pet Loss class.  

I am also certified through the Grief Recovery Institute to teach the Grief Recovery Method over the internet using video technology, for those who want to recover from a loss in the comfort of their home! 

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