About How To Recover From Pet Loss by Wendy Andrew:
Professional Pet Bereavement Counsellor and founder of The Scottish Pet Bereavement Counselling Service, Wendy Andrew, gives her expert perspective on pet loss. This book focuses on the emotions you may experience and how best to cope with them on your journey to the stage of ‘Acceptance’. Wendy also shares her personal experiences of grief, which gives this book a genuine and authentic feel, along with helpful advice on healthy coping strategies, selfcare and advice on how to support others during the grieving process.
Wendy’s informal style of writing and openhearted approach make her very relatable and this book an easy read in a time of suffering either before or after the death of a companion animal. You really do feel like she is on this emotional journey with you and holding your hand the whole way.
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Wendy Andrew is a qualified Pet Bereavement Counsellor who studied with The International School for Canine Psychology and Behaviour Ltd. prior to opening The Scottish Pet Bereavement Counselling Service.
Wendy initially studied pet bereavement counselling in order to support her dog walking clients however quickly realised that this service should be available to everyone everywhere and brought the business online.
Having grown up in an agricultural area on the outskirts of Glasgow, Wendy has been a lifelong animal lover and with her parents being Kennel Club registered Labrador breeders, this really was a natural career path for her.
Wendy has been a vegetarian since the age of 14 due to her love of animals and is an advocate for animal welfare. She is committed to providing a holistic service to her counselling clients and is also a qualified meditation teacher. She has studied various practices and techniques in order to support her clients through the grieving process so that that they can heal and perhaps open their hearts and homes again should they feel that is the right thing for them.