The International Coaching Federation (ICF) defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.

People may use coaching for:

  • a source of support;

  • a way to explore areas of their life;

  • and/or to help make and achieve goals.


Although some mental health professionals offer coaching, coaches do not provide psychotherapy or diagnose individuals. Coaches have a variety of different backgrounds and expertise so you can choose someone who is a good fit for you.

Coaching resources

An online community designed to connect those who are grieving based on background and similar experiences for chats, in-person meeting opportunities and coaching.

B'More Good Grief specializes in grief coaching and mindful mindwork for response-able grief.

A Bed For My Heart exists as a haven for families who have experienced one of life’s cruelest tragedies: the loss of a child, at any age/gestation and from any cause of death. They believe in compassionate grief support, heart to heart, person to person, parent to parent, mom to mom. 

Master Grief Coach and bereaved parent.

Certified grief and divorce coach. She is former journalist and an author.

Coach Mary Lee offers coaching, grief courses, and books.

Certified Life Coach and Dreamworker for the highly sensitive and spiritual person and for those experiencing life transitions.