We stay engaged!
Palliative Counseling LLC is a sister company of RFM Royal Foundation Management GmbH (located in Switzerland), which has been advising Swiss Foundations and Swiss NPO Associations since 2007. The main engagement is on various diseases and engagements for disadvantaged people. Palliative Counseling LLC was founded in 2016 in the USA and mainly focuses on Spiritual Care in Everyday Life & Work Life . It also utilizes practical methods from the USA and Switzerland.

Our main focus in Education & Research is:
  • Spiritual Care
  • Soul Injury

"Evidence-based spiritual care is the use of scientific evidence on spirituality to inform the decisions and interventions in the spiritual care of persons. Although it is not straightforward to evaluate spiritual care practice it is important to construct research in order to improve the quality of care. Sharing research findings will also inform healthcare providers and faith communities of the role and importance of chaplaincy and thus promote chaplaincy services."
George Fitchett, 2015 Caring for the Human Spirit Conference, HealthCare Chaplaincy Network

Jacqueline Canacik

Coordination Events, Deputy Management (Switzerland)

"When my Grandmother died it was the first time I was confronted with "Palliative Care" and "Spiritual Care". After I had the opportunity to learn more about the concept of SOUL INJURY®, I realized that my grandmother had a soul injury. We, myself as well as my whole family and herself could have benefited from it's knowledge would we have know it during her end of life time. It would have made it easier for her and us to let go. It makes me even happier now to support the effort and to be a part of the force to forward this message into Europe as well".

Sandra Ulrich CAS Spiritual Care
Founder and Management
Grief Counseling

Author and Presenter
Palliative Counseling TZZ
Board Member of Palliative Zug (Kt. Zug, Switzerland)
Education & Research Council SOUL INJURY®, USA

Founder Swiss Charity Women's Club
Languages: Swiss German, German, English

(French casual conversation)

"I firstly encountered Palliative Care and Spiritual Care when I stood beside my Mom, as she passed the last stage of her life. This was one of the most moving experiences I ever faced. With 58 years, my mom died from brain cancer. Before her passing, we had 9 months left to accept the situation and to deal with our feelings of bereavement during this hardship. To cope with the grief, our family started a project and wrote a book for children „Grandmom, where are you going?“ My Mother was also working on the finishing of that book with us. After her death, we published the book and gained money to support five NPO's in Switzerland. The time from the beginning of her diagnosis until her death was incredible sad . Somehow, we had to start to look at the frightening topic death through new eyes and surprisingly found some hope as well as consolation."

A person needs to "feel felt" in order to trust.

Book: Attachment-Informed Grief Therapy - by Phyllis S. Kosminsky and John R. Jordan