Are you faced with a changed world you never planned for?
Join us for…
Navigating Loss & Change
a 3-week on-demand, video course with Ann Weiser Cornell to help you move forward
It’s natural to be stunned by a loss, and unable to move forward.
It could be the loss of a person, or of a job, or of a whole way of life.
It could even be the loss of your place in the world, or your sense of who you are.
Big change, as well as big loss, can leave you feeling confused and anchorless.
Do you find yourself staring into space, forgetting things more often? Are you tired, exhausted, stressed? Do you feel like even your sense of purpose and meaning has been called into question?
When more than one big loss comes at you at once, it can be even harder.
I know. When my brother and sister both died of cancer within a single month, I felt like I was being ground into powder. And when on top of that, my landlord asked me to leave my sweet little cottage…. Well, like a caterpillar I felt I had to transform or die. No other choice.
In some mysterious way, loss can open us up to change we didn’t know was possible.
Two months after my brother and sister died, I was buying my first home, something I’d thought I could never do. Yes, I felt vulnerable and scared… but I did it.
I learned that in the midst of terrible loss, I needed two things.
I needed to be present to myself — the tears, the exhaustion, the blankness, all of it — trusting the process and letting my body take me along for the ride. And I needed to listen to those inner stirrings pointing to new possibilities.
How do you find your way when you’ve lost all your familiar landmarks?
You still have a reliable guide. You have a place in you that knows your way forward, even if you’ve never been there before.
Navigating loss and change means learning how to trust your inner sense of rightness.
Hard as it is, a time of loss can be a huge teacher about how to trust yourself. Because no one else knows what you need to get through this time… and what you’re going to find yourself creating out of what you’ve lost.
In the midst of disruption and uncertainty, you can find invincible new life.
In my 35-plus years of working with people, I’ve seen this over and over. Loss can be terrible… and it can also take us to a new place.
Join me in this on-demand course where I’ll show you how to:
- Become aware of and accept your unique and personal reactions to loss and change
- Develop your ability to listen to and trust your own inner guidance about what you need and where you’re headed
- Nurture the creative stirrings of new life growing inside of you, without judging or comparing yourself to others
This course could be right for you if:
- You feel like you’re being hit by a lot of loss and change right now
- You’ve lost something or someone — and you’re still dealing with it, no matter how long ago that was
- You want to find your own sense of meaning in a time of loss and change
What You’ll Get:
A series of resource-building practices that you can go on using even when the course is over.
Support from a community of people going through something similar so you don’t have to feel so alone with it all.
The result: A deeper sense of trust in yourself and the invincible spirit at your core.
About Your Guide
Ann Weiser Cornell, PhD, is the co-developer (with Barbara McGavin) of Inner Relationship Focusing. Ann learned Focusing in 1972 from its developer, Eugene Gendlin, and was his close friend and colleague to the end of his life.
Ann has written several definitive books on Focusing, including The Power of Focusing: A Practical Guide to Emotional Self-Healing, and Focusing in Clinical Practice: The Essence of Change.
She has taught Inner Relationship Focusing around the world since 1980, and is a past president of the Association for Humanistic Psychology.
“Grieving is a process, not a feeling. It’s a natural process, and we can trust it… if we allow it to carry us forward.”
― Ann Weiser Cornell
Are you ready to
navigate loss and change with more resilience?
I Can Help Get You There…
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Navigating Loss & Change
3-week on-demand video course
Unlimited, lifetime access
Access to our online forum
Find out more about this course
Get 6 Powerful Guided Exercises
Facing the Loss or Change, Having the Feelings
Getting Comfortable with Only Knowing One Step Ahead
Surrendering to the Loss or Change
How You Thought It Would Feel and How It Actually Feels
Discovering What You Can Trust and What You Can Create
What Truly Matters to You
Note: This is an on-demand course. Video was recorded during an actual live course and has been edited. Sound quality may vary.
What Happens When You Order
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Complete your order and set up your free account with Ruzuku, our online course provider.
Begin Your Course
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Be Supported In Your Process!
You won’t be going it alone! You’ll have access to a forum to chat with other students, plus access to Ann for parts where you might feel stuck
Available at Your Convenience!
You can move through this course as quickly or slowly as you like. You’ll also have lifetime access to the material, so you can revisit it anytime
This course includes a beautiful PDF workbook to help you integrate your learning. There will also be checkpoints during the course to check-in on your progress.
“Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them; that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.”
― Lao Tzu
Your course comes with a 100% money-back guarantee. If you let us know within one year after you purchase the course that we didn’t deliver what we said we would, just ask and we’ll cheerfully refund the full course fee.
Do I get access to the course all at once?
No. You’ll have access to the first Module of the course as soon as you sign up. Every 7 days, you’ll get a new module released to you. We provide the content in ‘small bites’ like this because taking time to practice the material and move forward in small, consistent steps supports you in making the kinds of changes you really want to make.
Tell me more about the classroom environment and how course content is provided?
Sure. The classroom is virtual and taught in a learning platform called Ruzuku. Materials are provided via a combination of video, audio slideshows, and written content to cover a variety of learning styles. There is a forum so you can connect with other program participants and be part of a dynamic learning community. And you get lifetime access to all of it. Go through it once and come back anytime you need some extra support to handle life!
Can my friend and I share the course?
Thanks for asking. Each course is licensed to a single user – you! While we can’t authorize you to share the materials, we’d love to have your friend participate too. Please feel free to invite them to sign up too!
Are Continuing Education Units available?
Continuing Education Units (CEUs) are not available for this course.