Jeffrey Mince - ICF certified ACC specializing in grief, trauma, loss, and end of life counseling. Extensive training in evidence-based awareness & meditation practices, Buddhist Psychology teacher & former Buddhist Monk.
What I Do:
I'm an ICF ACC certified counselor specializing in grief, loss, trauma, and end-of-life concerns. With a background in compassion and mindfulness psychology as a Buddhist teacher, I create a safe and evidence-based environment for clients to address the emotional and practical challenges of death, dying, trauma, and grief. I assist individuals in understanding their emotions, developing coping mechanisms, and finding meaning in the midst of loss. During the days and weeks when you or your loved ones need support the most, I will be there to help you carry the burden of your pain and fear.
By working with me, clients can expect to experience a range of possible positive outcomes, including: Emotional Exploration and Expression: Clients are provided with a safe and non-judgmental space to delve into their emotions, fears, and concerns surrounding death, dying, and grief. This process allows for a deeper understanding and acceptance of their feelings, leading to emotional healing and relief. Moving Forward and Personal Growth: The aim of the coaching is to support clients in moving forward from grief and loss. Through evidence-based techniques and mindfulness practices, I empower clients to navigate the grief journey and embrace personal growth. This can lead to increased resilience, improved well-being, and a renewed sense of purpose in life. Compassionate Support: Clients receive compassionate and empathetic support from a trained professional who understands the complexities of grief and loss. The guidance offered is tailored to their individual needs, providing comfort and encouragement throughout the healing process. Integration of Positive Psychology: By incorporating the latest findings from positive psychology research, clients gain access to strategies and tools that promote healing, resilience, and overall well-being. Positive psychology focuses on building strengths, cultivating positive emotions, and finding meaning in life, even in the face of adversity. Finding Meaning Amidst Loss: Together, we explore the concept of meaning-making and help clients discover real meaning amidst their experiences of grief and loss. This process can bring a sense of peace, purpose, and a renewed outlook on life.
I'm an ICF ACC and a certified End of Life coach with a strong background in compassion and mindfulness practices, as well as the science of Positive Psychology. In these challenging times, my heartfelt wish and purpose are to provide a safe and supportive space for people to grapple with life's intricacies and complexities, from balancing relationships and daily work-life to handling grief, trauma, and loss concerns. Together, we can explore your thoughts and emotions, develop effective coping strategies, and uncover personal meaning even when things seem overwhelming. I approach coaching with an open heart and an inclusive mindset, welcoming individuals from all backgrounds and traditions. Drawing from my background as a former Buddhist Monk and teacher of Buddhist Psychology, along with my extensive meditation practice, I also bring a practical understanding of powerful awareness and meditation techniques that can be easily integrated into our coaching sessions. If you or someone you know could use support during tough moments, I'm here to assist you on your journey toward insight, awareness, and self-discovery. My goal is to empower you with the tools and insights you need to find light in the darkness and move forward with strength and resilience while staying true to yourself and your beliefs.
In addition to one-to-one sessions, I offer grief support groups, mindfulness workshops, meditation retreats, and wellness psychology master classes.