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Life Coaching for

Those who have lost a loved one to suicide

I am Amy Miller and I help survivors of suicide loss experience the power of post traumatic growth so they can thrive. 

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Welcome to Survived to Thrive Coaching!

My name is Amy Miller, and I'm glad you're here. I'm a coach for your brain. I work with anyone who has lost a child, spouse, parent, sibling, friend, or loved one to suicide. Below you'll find free resources to help you start on your journey towards the other side of grief and to begin to start loving your life again.

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How Coaching Can Help

You might be feeling stuck, struggling to move forward in your life, and feel like you aren't allowed to feel joy, happiness and peace. Let me show you the path from surviving to thriving!

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About Survived to Thrive Coaching

I lost my sister to suicide in 2017 and felt completely grief stricken. I know first hand how debilitating suicide bereavement can be and how much of an impact it can have on every day life. I felt guilt, shame, a sense of hopelessness, and cycled through unanswerable questions.


After going through the grief steps I knew I needed something to get me out of the cycle was in. That was when I was introduced to life coaching and learned tools that taught me how to be happy again.


Through extensive training, I became a certified Life Coach through the Life Coach School and began my journey to teach others the tools that took me from simply surviving to thriving.

What Clients Say

"Amy is genuinely thoughtful in her coaching. She is mindful in her approach and is a great listener. Not only has she been through her own family experiences with suicide, she personally understands the family dynamics of dealing and healing through it. If you are wondering where to go after a loved one chose suicide, Amy will be a huge help to you and those you love towards better healing."  ~ Sherry Coker
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Let's find that zest for life again!

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