CEU’s for Therapist and Coaches

CEU’s for Therapist and Coaches

Have you ever signed up for a program that was either too much information, too dry and boring, or not what you needed?

That is why I have created a different type of training in the Compassionate Mediation® Certification.

Here's what some of the current participants have shared….

  • It has been an incredible experience going through the Compassionate Mediation® training.
  • It was a truly transformative experience.
  • Completing the Level 1 Compassionate Mediation Certification has been an absolute joy.
  • Something I enjoyed and admired was the enormous amount of resources available to the participants.
  • Linda is really good at getting to the bottom of communication.
  • Linda lives and operates from a liberated heart and deeply embodies what she teaches.

This is just an overview. You can read the full quotes HERE.

I gratefully share some of the comments of past participants, all of whom have added their expertise and support to each other in this incredible group of transformative leaders from around the world.

When you join us you will receive:

  • Step by step guidance on acquiring a new skill set
  • Fun, interesting and supportive live sessions with a group of exceptional people
  • Private sessions tailored to where you are and what you need – both personally and professionally
  • Online trainings available at your own pace, offering transformational tools to set you apart from others in your field.
  • and so much more….

I encourage you to book a call with me to learn more.

You can save $1000 for this transformational experience before the spots are filled.

Please stay tuned for lots more helpful information coming this week.

If you are not a therapist or coach, but would like to learn how to apply these skills in your own relationship, please learn more HERE.

All my best,


No More “Should’s”

No More “Should’s”

When I think of the things I’ve GOT to do

I feel depleted before I’m through

I feel defeated with all “to do”

And then I hurt instead.

What I think of tasks I “SHOULD” complete

I feel exhausted and not replete.

I feel reluctant and get cold feet

And then just stay in bed.

When will I give myself a break?

And enjoy my life? Stay home and bake?

Or play and dance for just joy’s sake

With those I’d love to see?

A pinched nerve here, cancer there —

The Universe has a plan.

If I won’t heed my wisdom’s call

It will help me understand.

There’s NOTHING that I’ve “got” to do

No “should” will help me carry through

No need to feel I’m stuck in glue.

Just give myself a break!

Take a pause from the constant grind

Nurture your body. Clear your mind.

Tune out the dull cacophony.

Tune in to synchronicity.

It’s all God’s timing.

It’s all God’s plan.

Relax your ego, just be a fan

Of inner guidance, of your Soul’s desires

No longer in these tangled mires

So breathe, my Darling,

Just breathe and breathe

And stop and rest and then conceive

A life of joy

A life of fun

Your next phase, Dear, has just begun.

No more “got to’s.” No more “shoulds”

Just rest and play – feel free and good.

You can do it! It’s the only way. 

To stop the hurting, to save the day.

Just one breath, and then one more

You’ll love to see what’s then in store.

For you, for yours, for the world to share.

Make the time, My Love, for your own SELF care!

Let’s Chat

Let’s Chat

If you are a therapist who works with individuals or couples in conflict, I'd like to take a few moments and talk to you about Compassionate Mediation®.

What is Compassionate Mediation?

Compassionate mediation is more than marriage counseling. It's more than divorce counseling. It's a hybrid of both.

It allows your clients to talk about every issue that they may have to conside iIf either one has thought about leaving. ,

It helps you foster discussions to bring more awareness, compassion, mindfulness,  and SELF energy into those conversations. 

I want to offer you my process of Compassionate Mediation. 

My name is Linda Kroll, and I wrote the book Compassionate Mediation for Relationships at a Crossroads: How to Add Passion to Your Marriage or Compassion to Your Diivorce.

And for over 30 years, I have been working with individuals and couples in conflict – providing individual counseling, couples counseling, and divorce mediation. 

I put together my degrees in law, mediation, and  therapy, and I’m also a Chopra certified teacher of meditation, yoga and Ayurveda.

I bring the spiritual, the emotional, the financial, and the legal healing and guidance and support into one program. 

And I want to share it with you.

 I have a Roadmap, LindaKroll.com/Roadmap. 

I give you an outline of my process and an introduction as to how to integrate it into your practice now.

Why do I want to offer this process?

The reason I want to share it is because I went through my own divorce and it was a typical adversarial divorce – leave no stone unturned and no damage undone. 

I don't want that for you or for your clients or for the world. 

So I've spent the last 35 years merging IFS therapy, Internal Family Systems therapy with my training in mediation, in law, and the Chopra Center’s  higher consciousness and creating this process that I want to give to you.

How can I give this to you?

When I say give it to you, that's what I want to do. 

I want to certify you – if you'd like to be certified – and give you my templates, my outlines, my scripts, my meditations, my contracts.

You can take this process and use it in your practice now, and then take it with you wherever you want to go in the world with it.

You can add more expertise, more impact, and more income to your life using this process.

Please learn more and share this opportunity.

I you're a therapist or if you know, a coach or mediator, attorney, clergy who could use this information, please share it because I'm ready to go.

 I'd love for you to be part of it. 

If you've already received the roadmap, we'll talk about it and see if this is a fit for you.

I'd love to get to know you and see how Compassionate Mediation can enhance your practice now, either in person or online.

Here’s how Compassionate Mediation helps.

I just need to tell you about someone who called me recently.

Her husband wants a divorce and she doesn't. 

He's taking her to mediation and he's filed and she's all distraught. 

If you knew how to use Compassionate Mediation, you could help them both navigate this time. 

Because sometimes talking about an ending – with what it would mean to give up children's custody some of the time and part with your money and divide the household. 

And at the same time, you help them learn how to compassionately communicate – meaning they let go of limiting beliefs as they connect to their highest and best SELF. They unburden pain from the past and they relate from their heart. 

When they do that, they can share empathy with each other in ways that they never have before.

Please join me in the Compassionate Mediation process –the introduction, the certification.

Let me give you the benefit of all my years of experience, both personally and professionally, 

I look forward to staying connected.

I would love to chat with you to discuss the possibility of working together to share this process so that you can increase you expertise, impact and income…

….. and together we can help change the face of divorce, and conflict in general, one heart at a time.

To find a time to chat for 15 minutes, please pick a time HERE.

Here's how Compassionate Mediation®
can help your clients explore all their options:

"I’ve experienced significant improvements in my relationship with my husband and children."


"I learned there could be a Compassionate Divorce."


“We’re building an entirely new marriage.”


“Linda guided us mindfully through the impact of divorce."


“I came to Linda seeking mediated divorce documents and came out with nothing but peace and hope."


“I am breaking free from destructive patterns.”


“Linda helped me love all ‘Parts’ of my SELF!”


“With Linda’s caring guidance, I moved forward with peace and strength.”


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