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Life Coaching for

Those who have lost a loved one to suicide

Stop Grieving, and Start Living

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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 life coach here to help you work through a suicide loss, in other words, 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 your journey toward 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, or feeling like you aren't allowed to feel joy, happiness, and peace. Here at Survived to Thrive, I am here to change that narrative. I’m here to provide a sanctuary as you navigate the complex aftermath of suicide loss, whether it’s been 6 months, a year, 5 years, or decades since you lost your loved one.  

I know firsthand the arduous path that follows the loss of a loved one to suicide. The whirlwind of emotions, the questions that seem to have no answers, the daunting task of rebuilding a life shattered by such a devastating loss—those are all too familiar to me. It’s from this place of empathy and understanding that I extend my hand to guide you through this journey while acknowledging that everyone’s experience is as unique as the person they lost. 

As a suicide loss life coach, I’ll help you reach your goals and help you reach a place where you can feel like you again and live a life that is more fulfilling. With one-on-one sessions, free podcast episodes, and suicide loss programs, you’ll be able to get out of bed in the morning with more zest for life, more motivation to accomplish your goals, and a drive to become the person your loved one would be proud of.

Sometimes all you need is someone to talk to about the loss, and not just anyone, but someone who understands the intense and complicated emotions that come with a suicide loss. Other times, you may need tools and resources to take charge of your life again. My services offer a safe space where you can receive education about the psychology behind suicide and grief, a shoulder to cry on, and the empowerment you need to transform your life in the wake of the loss. 

Let me show you the path from surviving to thriving!

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About Survived to Thrive Coaching

In 2017, I lost my younger sister to suicide. I felt completely grief-stricken and heartbroken. I know firsthand how debilitating suicide bereavement can be and how much of an impact it can have on everyday life. I felt guilt, shame, a sense of hopelessness, and cycled through unanswerable questions.

After going through the grief steps I knew I needed to do something to get out of the cycle I was in. That was when I was introduced to life coaching and learned the 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. 

Send me a message today to learn how you can embark on this journey to healing and I’ll get back to you as soon as possible. In the meantime, check out my free suicide loss podcast—which offers a safe space for you to learn about suicide and grief, understand the complex grief you’re experiencing, and hear first-hand experiences like yours. 

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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