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Here are a selection of testimonials from my clients:

“I found Angela’s session really informative and I learnt a lot from it. I think having some understanding of grief and bereavement in our clients is something that we could all be better equipped to deal with. In my experience it is going to become increasingly important in small animal practice.

Anna Jesse MA VetMB MRCVS, XL Equine, St Boniface, Crediton.

“Thank you so much for your input at yesterday’s workshop for equine owners. It was clear to see that you had given a lot of thought to the event for which I am very grateful. A skim through the feedback forms suggests the same positive feedback.

Business Manager, XL Equine.

“Understanding the grief process with useful analogies was really helpful.”

Owner during workshop on ‘Coping with Loss’.

“I attended a course run by Angela and felt that it was extremely beneficial. It gave me a real insight into helping understand the emotional difficulties others may face through bereavement and the various processes that can take place. Angie was both professional and very organised and conducted the course with dignity and compassion. I felt empowered to better deal with bereavement afterwards and would thoroughly recommend Angela in helping to guide one through what can be a very challenging emotion.”

Mark Kerr, Donkey Welfare Adviser, The Donkey Sanctuary.

“I was apprehensive prior to the training session as it is a very sensitive, raw subject especially to discuss in front of colleagues. Angela ensured the session felt safe and secure and delivered the training in a very kind, sensitive and open way.  After the session I felt very glad I attended and feel it will equip me in dealing with bereaved callers in a calmer, understanding way.”

Heather Ross, Welfare PA/Office Supervisor, The Donkey Sanctuary.

“I always felt uneasy when people who came into the Visitors’ Centre to ask about memorials got upset.  I found that Angela’s workshop really helped me to understand about grief and to feel more confident in knowing how to respond when people become a bit tearful.”

Wendy Blackledge, Visitors Centre, The Donkey Sanctuary.

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