Our aim is to increase an understanding of grief care worldwide, and to bring grief care services to those who need.
Grief Care Learning Project
For those who want to learn about grief care, and share grief care with us
We offer a two-day course to help people learn what they can do when their family or loved ones are grieving. After completing the two-day course, you will be able to run your own grief care workshops.
We are recruiting our companions who are willing to share ”Gift of Love” with your beloved person around you.
On Saturday 2 October 2021
Join our webinar「The Importance of" Listening" and About "Grief Care"」
Speaker: Aiko Morita, President of Gift of Love, and Professor Masato Homma (Exeuctive advisor of Gift of Love).
From January 2022~
Starting our first course of "Gift of Love Ambassadors" in Japanese
(November 2021~, start recruiting the participants of this course who is willing to be trained to teach or provide grief care program by your own.)
From March 2022~
Starting the English and Chinese course of "Gift of Love Ambassadors" course
If you are interested, please sign up to our newsletter at the bottom of this page.
Grief Care as a "Gift"
Send a grief care service to someone in deep grief.
People who are grieving and in need of grief care rarely understand the necessity of such services by themselves. Most of our clients are introduced by a doctor, family member or friends who has been with the family in their final days. So we have decided to provide a ticket so that you can send the grief care service as a gift. We are also preparing to offer the grief care counselling, along with loving and energetic artworks which helps you healing your grief, delicious and invigorating foods to eat, gentle and energetic flowers to look at and experiences that will help you to heal your body and bring your mind into harmony.
May they reach those around you who are grieving and in need of grief care.
Who We Are
Grief care for the people around the world Create a world where hope is given to those with grief in love
If you agree with this project "Gift of Love", please come and meet us at our workshop!
Gift of Love Founder
Grief Care Specialist President of Art of My Life Pte.Ltd.
In 2009, as a writer, she began working as a grief care counsellor after covering terminal care on the theme of "Death and Art".
After dropping out of high school at the age of 16, she joined a theatre company and witnessed the death of her loved ones twice, which led to her subsequent theme of what death is, what life is, and the art of leaving behind what a person has created and felt beyond life and death.
She graduated with a degree in architecture from the Tokyo University of Science.
After graduating, she worked for a flat developer and a publishing company before becoming a freelance writer, interviewer, presenter and radio personality.
Her work as a terminal care interviewer led her to study counselling and coaching.
She is the author of the book "The Museum Le Corbusier Really Wanted to Build". This book is about the National Museum of Western Art in Ueno, Tokyo, designed by Le Corbusier, one of the most famous architects of the 20th century.
In the book, Corbusier's ghost appears and talks about the concept behind building the National Museum of Western Art, what the museum's raison d'être is, what kind of world he wanted to create by building the museum, and his wish to achieve world peace through the power of art.
Masato Homma, Ph.D.
Executive Advisor, Gift of Love
Professor, Kyoto University of the Arts
Principal, The Matsushita Institute of Government and Management
Dr. Homma earned Ph. D. in adult education and Master of Planning from University of Minnesota, and B.A. in sociology from the University of Tokyo.
Originator of "Learnology", Dr. Homma has been developing the theory and practices of the new science of life-long life-wide and life-deep learning.
While teaching at eminent higher educational institutions in Japan, he has dedicated his passion to creating a vision of "Learning Planet 2050", where everyone keeps updating their learning journey.
He is the author of 79 books in such areas as coaching, organizational learning, language acquisition, and holistic human development.
Episode2 to 11videos will also be uploaded every week from now on. Take a look and enjoy!
Episode 1 Why is knowing grief care so important?
Episode 2 Five different stages in grief. What is the emotion in each stage and what can we expect the grieving person to say or do?
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