Amy Wright Glenn

Trainings

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

January 2019 —  Amy’s Holding Space for Pregnancy Loss Teacher Training begins.

February 2019 —Holding Space for Pregnancy Loss Teacher Training students gather in Boca Raton, FL from February 1-3 and in Amsterdam, the Netherlands from February 16-17. Amy leads a Holding Space for Pregnancy Loss training in Tucson, Arizona on Saturday, February 23rd.

March 2019 — On March 20, Amy will be at the Birthwise Midwifery School leading a Holding Space for Pregnancy Loss training for their students.

April 2019 — Amy’s Loving, Dying, and Letting Go Teacher Training begins. From April 22-30, Amy will be in Maui, Hawaii leading a death doula training with leaders in mindfulness/spirituality and conscious dying, including Ram Dass.

May 2019 — Loving, Dying, and Letting Go Teacher Training students gather in Boca Raton, FL from May 3-5.

July 2019 — Amy’s online Holding Space for Pregnancy Loss basic training begins. Over 500 birth and mental health professionals have studied with Amy and taken this training. All are welcome.

September 2019 —Amy teaches an online, live 5-hour Advanced Holding Space for Pregnancy Loss training which is offered once a year.

November 2019 — Join Amy for her 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 25-50% discounts off of the tuition for Amy’s trainings and workshops. 

Contact Amy for more details. 

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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.