Bob Rill is an experienced educator and administrator. His passion to help people developed as an army medic who spent years of working with children and students, which led him to become a Senior Chaplain and Grief Recovery Method Specialist. Bob guides people through the deep situations to a place of peace and renewed joy.
Bobbie Rill delivers! Her content is rich, seasoned with humor, excitement, and expectation. Her knowledge, background, and transparency are unparalleled. Her audience receives valuable information while also being challenged with strategies to transform their lives and relationships.
Speaking Event Types
Thank you for your interest in having a Grief and Wellness speaker at your event. In order to help us facilitate your request, please complete and submit the following form.
Custom speaking for grief and trauma conferences or workshops can be designed specific to your audience. Plus, we are willing to develop presentations to fit your event’s theme to meet your desired goals.
Most parents want to do whatever they can to protect their children from painful moments and events that may touch their lives. In trying to “protect” them however, we often do not realize that we are inadvertently passing on to them the same bits of “misinformation” on how to deal with grief that we learned as children. This workshop is designed for parents, foster care agencies/parents, teachers and others interested in becoming more effective in working with children. We also offer a 4-session intensive program that teaches you how to use the tools effectively.
Are you finding friendships difficult to establish and maintain? This presentation explores the characteristics important to form healthy relationships and how to set boundaries when difficulties occur.
Everyone knows a red velvet rope is used for allowing only certain people in a particular area. Often a list of names is used to verify the person’s identity, credentials, or position before they can enter. The challenge is to develop your own personal, internal red velvet rope and to look at the people and things you are allowing to enter your world – both physically and internally.