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Chief Executive Officer

Phone: (847) ***-**** ext. *  
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Local Address:  Chicago , Illinois , United States
Corgenius Inc
815 Woodlawn Street
Hoffman Estates , Illinois 60169
United States

Company Description: Clients in transition and loss. Client grief and bereavement support. You are a financial services professional, or estate planning attorney who wants to learn how...   more

Employment History

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  • MA
  • Master of Pastoral Studies degree
    Loyola University of Chicago
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A year ago, I attended a ..., 1 Dec 2015 [cached]
A year ago, I attended a workshop led by Amy Florian of Corgenius, who trains financial professionals in helping people who are in the midst of a grieving process.
Based upon my experience and that of others I have talked to, I couldn't agree more with Amy, Susan and Rick.
The Stauros Center for Compassion and Healing ~ Stauros U.S.A., 1 Jan 1998 [cached]
Amy Florian, Executive Director.
Amy Florian, MPS, is a liturgy and bereavement consultant with over 30 years of experience in ministry.Widowed as a 25-year-old mother, Amy was initiated early into the search for meaning in the midst of suffering.That search has been an integral part of her life, writings, and ministry ever since, so leadership in Stauros is a natural fit as she reaches out with knowledge and compassion to those who grieve and those who suffer.She authored numerous articles, teaches classes for Catholic Theological Union and Loyola University, contributed a regular column for Liturgical Catechesis magazine, and published two books.An engaging and dynamic speaker, Amy conducts workshops, missions, and training sessions on the local, regional, and national levels.She is a firm believer in the paschal mystery and she is dedicated to carrying out the mission of Stauros U.S.A.
Amy Florian has worked with ..., 29 April 2015 [cached]
Amy Florian has worked with more than 2,000 grieving people over the years. She shared a lighter moment with these women during an April 23 grief workshop at St. Patrick Parish. (Joye Coronel/CATHOLIC SUN)
SCOTTSDALE - The unthinkable has happened: a friend's loved one has died. What can you say to comfort them? And equally important, what should you not say?
Amy Florian, a nationally acclaimed speaker on grief whose husband was killed in a car wreck 34 years ago, shared her expertise on the topic at St. Patrick Parish April 23. Florian, with a master's degree in grief studies, has worked with more than 2,000 grieving people over the years and teaches a graduate-level course at Loyola University Chicago.
For starters, don't be afraid to say the name of the person who died, Florian said.
"We are afraid when we say the name we will make them cry....but the tears are there, so go ahead and say the name," Florian said.
One of the most upsetting things people sometimes say to the grieving is, "I know just how you feel," Florian said. "No, you don't. And don't hurry people along in their grieving.
Your job is not to cheer them up, but rather to accompany them on the roller coaster journey of the grieving process, Florian said. Don't ever try to explain death or tell them that it is just God's will that their loved one died.
Instead, you could say, "We don't know why this happens but we know God is crying with you, God is suffering with you."
(Joye Coronel/CATHOLIC SUN) Amy Florian spent two hours sharing practical advice on supporting those in a state of grief during an April 23 grief workshop at St. Patrick Parish. (Joye Coronel/CATHOLIC SUN)
Florian received a standing ovation at the end of her two-hour presentation.
Having Florian speak at St. Patrick was a good idea, he said, because of the parishioners involved in the funeral and bereavement ministries.
Bill Cates, Referral Coach International, 17 Sept 2011 [cached]
Amy Florian Grief & Berevement Specialist
Amy Florian is a nationally-recognized specialist in grief and bereavement. She is the CEO Corgenius which is the premier training and coaching source for professionals when they finally realize they don't know how to speak with and support their clients, friends, and family when life's big hurts happen.
In addition to her work as teacher, training, and grief coach, she is the author of over 90 articles and is an adjunct professor at Loyola University, Dominican, and St. Xavier University. She has published two books (Sign & Symbol, Word & Song with Ave Maria Press and The Mass: An Invitation to Enjoy It with ACTA Publications). She is a Fellow in Thanatology in the Association for Death Education and Counselling.
As an engaging and dynamic speaker, Amy conducts workshops, missions, consulting and training sessions on the local regional and national levels. As a grief coach, Amy helps people who are grieving a life-changing loss.
Leadership | Hoopis Performance Network, 3 May 2015 [cached]
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