Catch a Falling Life
|"A promise is a cloud; fulfillment is rain"|
Catch a Falling Life™ offers comprehensive educational workshops and presentations in areas of grief, traumatic stress, PDST, and crisis management. These innovative educational programs provide continuing education for professionals and training programs for those interested in working with people in grief and crisis.
CFL strives to provide the most up to date approaches to age old problems.
Speaker and Workshop Presenter Sherry Russell BCETS BCEBT
Author of Conquering the Mysteries and Lies of Grief
Sherry Russell is a highly sought after speaker and workshop presenter on grief and crisis. She has been instrumental in bringing a range of trauma and bereavement reaction preparation and management services to companies, nonprofit organizations and governmental agencies. Sherry's broad range of experience provides companies and professionals with valuable expertise. She has shared her expertise as a Grief/Crisis Specialist with a wide range of audiences from those surviving a loss to physicians, social workers, psychologists and licensed mental health workers.
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Sherry Russell is a highly sought after speaker and workshop presenter on grief and crisis.
Memberships include the The National Center for Crisis Management, American Academy of Hospice and Palliative Medicine and a Suicidology Research Group.
Sherry is recognized as an inspirational speaker and a talented writer capable of "healing people's hearts and minds with her encouraging words". Her articles have been referred to as "circuit breakers for the brain". She has one published book and over 200 published articles on line and in magazines. Sherry first book, "Conquering the Mysteries and Lies of Grief", is being utilized in colleges in the U.S., Israel, Australia, New Zealand, Canada and China. The book is also highlighted on numerous grief-related and medical sites including the Medical College of Wisconsin.
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