Compassionate support for those who are dying and grieving

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Serving professionals who encounter trauma and death in the workplace

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A Most Passionate & Spirited Coach

End-of-Life Coach Reverend Lee Atherton, known by many as “CoachRev,” has a mission to positively influence the lives of at least 100,000 people over the next ten years.

Her passions are to help people 

  • live their dying” by discovering the beauty in the process of transitioning to the spirit side of life and the gifts to be found;

 

  • journey through the white waters of grief and navigate the chaos until they reach the tranquil pool of stillness and peace; and 

  • by providing the essential tools to serve professionals who encounter trauma and death in the workplace and to keep them showing up with the same passion and drive that brought them to their work in the first place and renew and reenergize their spirits, even when bad things happen!

What truly sets CoachRev apart? It is the value placed on supporting each client’s unique needs, values, and wishes no matter who the client may be or where they are in their journey. We have a genuine desire to know and serve you to the highest possible standard and will do so with professionalism, compassion, and empathy. We are non-judgmental and inclusive, offering a safe presence for all. 

Whether you are religious, secular, interfaith, or simply unaffiliated, you are welcome here! CoachRev @the CrossRoads is LGBTQ Friendly.t

Wondering if CoachRev is right for you? Schedule a no-pressure chat with Lee to see if she is a good fit to join you on your journey?

Testimonial

At a time when I was without a church and my Mom was in hospice care because she was close to passing, Rev. Lee was a gift of loving kindness and support that knew no bounds.

She sat with my Mom and me, getting to know each of us, holding our hands, giving us hugs. One day, she brought in a hymn that captured the essence of my mother’s love for gardening and creation. In the Bulb, There is a Flower would be a hymn that was played at my Mom’s memorial service just weeks later. I asked Rev. Lee to preside over that service because I felt her love, warmth and spirit of compassion for both of us. Lee met with me twice to help create the kind of service I had in mind for my Mom, and I felt an inner joy with the outcome, knowing that the feeling of the service would be just right … and it was. 

These milestones in life are some of the most important ones we’ll ever face. I thank God for Rev. Lee, knowing that our paths crossed when I most needed it and for continuing to be a blessed presence in my life.

Deborah Burke Henderson, Ashland, MA

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