10 tenets to strengthening inner resilience

It’s been said that without grief there would be no need for hope but when caught in a fog of grief, how does one restore hope to their world? Lynda Cheldelin Fell's riveting presentation weaves her own story through double tragedy into 10 strategies that strengthen inner resilience and engage the mind, body and soul in modalities that cultivate joy, pleasure and laughter—and create a future powered by hope after losing someone you love.


  • Proactive healing modalities 
  • How to create a Gratitude Jar
  • Strategies to strengthen resilience
  • Activities that foster joy


An educational presentation for professionals

One of the biggest challenges of coping with stress and life transitions is taking care of yourself. With a growing awareness of the role of wellness in the face of adversity, mindful self-care strategies are critical to achieving a meaningful life balance. Through Resiliency Rx, Lynda explains 10 self-care techniques, the evidence-based science behind why they work, and how to implement them in everyday life. Audiences will learn experiential exercises that relieve stress, process emotions, and cope with adversity by keeping their mind and body healthy.


  • The complementary roles of self-care and resilience
  • Evidence-based science that supports self-care and wellness
  • Experiential exercises that relieve stress and help process emotions


An inspirational presentation for everyone

Lynda Cheldelin Fell dreamed of her daughter's death two years before it happened. When the nightmare came true in 2009, she watched her deceased grandmother guide her daughter safely to heaven. Her incident is far from unique. Hugs From Heaven explores a phenomenon known as after-death communication. In addition to sharing her own true accounts, Lynda will explain different forms of after death communication and engage the audience to share experiences in an environment free from judgment, scrutiny, and skepticism. Together they’ll entertain the possibility that there is more to life--and death--than meets the eye. 


A professional development workshop for Human Resources

​When employees face personal trauma, grief doesn’t stay in the cubicle. Featured in Human Resource Executive magazine, Lynda Cheldelin Fell’s presentation defines best practice strategies designed to stabilize the office impact, mitigate disruption, and foster a work environment that align mission statements with cultural values. This multi-component approach to crisis management augments staff resilience and results in long-term ROI through improved employee recruitment, retention, and performance.


  • 15 best practice strategies
  • How to write company policy
  • How to update company policy
  • ​How to balance support without sacrificing productivity
  • ​Warning signs of cognitive stress


An informative workshop for family & friends of the bereaved

Holding the Space directly addresses individuals, family, and friends who find themselves supporting a griever. Lynda explains the “grief dance,” and offers tools to help everyone survive the turbulence. Audiences will learn how to meet the bereaved on their level, caregiving pitfalls to avoid, the power of loving actions, and what to expect along the way. Handouts included. 


  • Different types of grief
  • How to meet the griever on their level
  • The role of sympathy and empathy
  • To understand and handle triggers
  • Potential red flags
  • Local, regional and national resources to have on hand
  • Caregiving pitfalls to avoid
  • ​The power of loving actions
  • ​The importance of self care
  • What to expect along the way
Lynda Cheldelin Fell

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Lynda Cheldelin Fell Human Resource Executive
Lynda Cheldelin Fell Human Resource Executive


Lynda Cheldelin Fell Human Resource Executive
Lynda Cheldelin Fell
Lynda Cheldelin Fell
Lynda Cheldelin Fell
Lynda Cheldelin Fell
Lynda Cheldelin Fell