Amy Wright Glenn
  • Teaching Schedule

Teaching Schedule

      

You are warmly invited to join Amy for the following workshops and trainings.

 

September 2017 — Amy travels to Asheville, North Carolina to speak at an conscious dying event and lead a Holding Space for Pregnancy Loss training. On Saturday, September 30th, Amy offers an hour long, online, live webinar on Talking with Children about Death.

October 2017 — Amy travels to New Jersey to offer a teacher self care training for the Nur Ul Iman Islamic School.

November 2017 — Amy teaches a Holding Space for Pregnancy Loss training and Loving, Dying, and Letting Go workshop in Graz, Austria.

December 2017 — Amy also offers an hour long, online, live webinar on mindful parenting (specific topic to be announced).

January 2018 — Join Amy for the January session of the online Holding Space for Pregnancy Loss training. Over 300 birth and mental health professionals around the world have taken this training online. CEUs through a variety of doula organizations are available upon successful completion of the course.

February 2018 — Amy teaches an 13-hour, live, online workshop entitled Loving, Dying, and Letting Go. This workshop is open to all working through various stages of grief and/or those who are coming to more deeply understand what it means to love deeply given our mortal existence. Members of the Institute for the Study of Birth, Breath, and Death, and members of INELDA receive 50 percent off of the tuition for this workshop.

 

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“Most teachers fall clearly into student categories of the ‘hard’ or ‘soft’ mentoring styles, but Amy has managed to fill both bread baskets through her demanding yet intimate classes. I have heard words like ‘tough, fair and inspiring’ used as a trinity-mantra to describe her more than perhaps any teacher.”

~Philip Jordan, Chair of The Religion and Philosophy Department at The Lawrenceville School

 

For eleven years, Amy Wright Glenn taught in the Religion and Philosophy Department at The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey earning the Dunbar Abston Jr. Chair for Teaching Excellence. Upon leaving Lawrenceville, the chair of her department composed this tribute. Amy draws inspiration from her colleague’s words as she dedicates herself to combining the best of heart and mind in teaching.