ONLY UNDER REQUEST
We have many different tools to work in many areas, we offer this tools, techniques and procedures under request. Feel free to contact us to ask, suggest, comment, propose.
IN OTHER COUNTRIES
WE CAN GO TO YOUR PLACE
If you have a group in your country and would like to make a workshop with us, it is much easier that workshop coordinators go, than bringing an entire group to Mexico. If you are interested in this option please get in touch with us for details.
WORK IN PRIVATE AND SEMI-PRIVATE FORMAT
If you want to work on a specific area of your life in detailed depth and with no group, we can work with you in private format. Also semi-private format work is available for small groups; from two, to six people, as in the case of a family, or small business team, to work on specific aspects. A space to grow as groups.
Please have in mind that private and semi-private work format, being specially tailor designed for the needs, requires dedicated time to work, and a serious commitment from both sides.
If this is the work format you are looking for please get in touch with us.
LIVE TALKS - INTERVIEWS - RECORDINGS
We are open to do live conferences, symposiums, or talks. We also enjoy to participate in documentaries, interviews, by radio, TV, magazines, the Internet, or in written form for editorials, blogs etc.
Feel free to contact us if you are interested in any of the above, or if you have a proposal.
ACCOMPANIMENT IN THE LOSS PROCESS.
THE TERMINALLY ILL. HOW TO FACE GRIEF
(Thanatology is the study of death, dying, and the means by which human beings cope with death. The word itself is derived from the Greek word thanatos, meaning “death.”)
Help to face accept, understand and live the inevitable, and how to process the grief on the one deperting and those staying alive. Dying, death and how human beings respond to the inevitability of their mortality and cope with the reality of loss for family members and friends.
Grief counseling. How to deal with the “five stages of grief,” how human beings respond to a terminal diagnosis. This cycle of “denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance”