Discover 7 Effective Tools
To Heal From Pet Loss
The power of pets knows no timeline. Join us as special guest Marybeth Haines, a noted author/grief consultant, guides us on how to grieve and cope with the loss of a beloved pet from the pages of her insightful new book, The Power of Pets: 7 Effective Tools to Heal From Pet Loss.
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Marybeth Haines empowers people to make choices that promote action, personal growth and healing.
For over 20 years, Marybeth has gathered a wealth of knowledge and experience from her training in social services, crisis prevention intervention, and counseling. Her focus on enhancing the quality of life for her clients has always been at the forefront of her work.
As a grief consultant and educator, Marybeth’s specialized focus is providing support in pet bereavement. She holds the strong belief that pets can teach people many things about life and so can the grief associated with their death. The pain of such a loss can be debilitating for many people. However, people can recover and Marybeth’s passion is helping them move beyond loss. Her work focuses on practical and supportive strategies for coping during this difficult time.
After obtaining her diplomas in Educational Resources and Special Needs and Applied Behavior Analysis, Marybeth began her career by providing support to people with physical and developmental disabilities. Soon she discovered those disabilities were indeed ‘abilities’ and her clients in turn taught her many things. It was a beautiful exchange of supporting one another. Throughout the years, Marybeth has upgraded her education and is Board Certified in Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Time Line Therapy™, Hypnotherapy and has worked with people and animals in a variety of settings.
Experiencing grief and loss many times during her life, Marybeth has made it her passion to share with others how to transform grief into healing. She was inspired to write this book after the recent loss of her beloved cat Kitty. She often refers to her favorite personal quote of “Pets come into our lives to bring us many gifts. It is when we open our eyes fully, that we can then truly see the magic that each gift brings.