One in six veterinarians consider suicide as a result of the challenges in their profession.
Similar statistics are found in veterinary support roles.
Consequently, I am firmly committed to providing grief and loss support and education to the veterinary professionals who help us care for our animal companions.
All services are virtual via Zoom.
Veterinary Professional Life and Loss Support — Individual
This session is designed to support the individual veterinary professional acknowledge, honor, and express the many losses associated with the profound work they do every day.Schedule Veterinary Professional Life and Loss Support Session
Creating a Memorial Ritual for Your Veterinary Clinic or Hospital
Learn how to create a simple but powerful ritual to acknowledge and honor the losses experienced by your practice throughout the year. Easily customizable to the needs and experiences of your specific practice.
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Veterinary Professional Life and Loss Support — Group
Life and Loss group support for veterinary clinics and hospital staff. Groups can be one-time or ongoing depending upon staff needs.
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Death, Dying, Grief and Loss Education for Veterinary Professional Groups
Customizable from one hour to one day long seminars.
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Available topics include, but are not limited to:
- Cumulative Loss
- Community Loss
- COVID-19 Grief
- Imposter Syndrome and Loss
- The Grief of Suicide — Traumatic Loss
- Helping Children Understand Death
- The Holidays and Grief
- In Memory of… Giving Purpose to the Pain
- Mindfulness and Grief
Veterinary Professional Support Resources
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
24/7 free, confidential support for people in distress. Prevention and crisis resources.
- NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
Text NAMI to 741741
Find local NAMI resources at nami.org
- Not One More Vet
“Because you are good enough, and you are never alone.”
assess + support + know
Suicide-prevention training designed specifically to help veterinary professionals recognize and address emotional distress and suicidal thoughts in themselves and others.