Crisis Coaching

Crisis Coaching: "One-Stop" Crisis Risk Mitigation Training for Professionals

Training. Lobbying. Research & Analysis, Forecasting. Keynotes, Expert Witness.

Crisis Coaching Course Description


Basic - If you need more than a discussion group but less than a professional membership, our Basic membership may be what you need to support you through basic case management and caregiving to a family member. Or - if you are retiring soon and just want a headstart on what you might need to know to protect your interests, this membership may a perfect fit - unless you hold substantial assets.

Individual  - Similar to Family except for limited log in to two devices.

Family/ Professional Head of Family - Licensed professionals, key or essential employees, First Responders, business owners, traveling media and journalists and other professionals  - if your world would soon be rocked if you missed a few paychecks, or your job security could be jeopardized by extended time off work, this is for you. Maximum log in devices per household - 6.

Corporate Executive (VIP inner circle membership) - High wage earners over $150,000/ annual income for one person (versus "combined family income") or trust fund holders with high assets, this is for you. Your income class often has unique needs due to how you invest, plan for retirement, travel, trusts, etc. This is your "risk mitigation space" so that you can interact with your income peers in a way that best supports your needs and interests.

Corporate - When your Employer pays for your course  - or - you pay for your course with pre-tax earnings (cafeteria 125 - US), you are eligible for a corporate group discount when a group of six or more professionals sign up for the corporate plan.

NOTE: For corporate employees who have work cafeteria (pre-tax) benefit plans, you may find that Crisis Coaching training qualifies as one of your options. This varies from company to company.

Student - (PILOT PROGRAM) Our goal is to be able to subsidize high school and university students who need Crisis Coaching because either he/ she has grown up being a fulltime caregiver to a parent with disabilities, OR his/ her parent has had a disability onset requiring full time care, or his/ her parent has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. In many of these cases, these students need to be able to jump in and be a full time guardian to younger siblings. They need a support structure - especially if no other family exists to help.


What It Is:  Annual Membership. When you pass the course, you are eligible for an alumni membership.

When Does It Start:  When you are ready and at your own pace.  You have a year to complete the course.

How Is It DeliveredIt is available online, and has suggested outside reading material as well as outside videos. Crisis Coaching also included webinars, conference calls, videos, quizzes, check lists, and more to help train you.



You have options to make this work with your budget.

Annual Membership: Is the easiest / most affordable way to study. With an annual agreement, you can pay monthly if you have a corporate program, (most likely under the US - IRS Cafeteria 125 Program).

REGISTER: ANNUAL PAYMENT PLAN (2nd year you just pay Registrar fee of $500 US for updates and to continue participating in Wargaming and Waystation49 access).

If you need a plan, you can break your payments into two or three payments for a slightly higher fee.





By the Module: If you prefer, you may purchase the  modules separately. This in the end will raise your fees considerably, but it is an option if you think you do not need all that we provide in training.






Crisis Coaching training is provided by "drip content"  on topic at a time,  with each module dropping to you approximately every month.  Each module will take no more than eight hours to complete, for the core, and you can always add additional research and reading that we recommend.

Topics Covered:

  1. Risk Mitigation and Management
  2. Healthcare Systems: Administration Issues, Healthcare Access, and Evaluating Providers (+ Checklists)
  3. Legal
  4. Financial Issues
  5. Healthcare Systems State to State/ Province to Province (or territories)
  6. Due Diligence
  7. Your Reputation Management (When You "Dropped Everything to Help Family"!)
  8. Insurance
  9. Creating "Exit Strategies" - What Can Be Delegated?
  10. Managing "Difficult" People (Egos, Posers, Energy Vampires, Vultures, and Stubborn Vulnerable or Fearful Parents)
  11. Complex Decision Making
  12. Government Benefits
  13. Adult Residential Care
  14. Real Estate and Repair Loans
  15. Estate Planning and Settlement
  16. Dying and Death Issues
  17. Cross Border Estate Settlement
  18. Course Round Up
  19. Wargaming/ Troubleshooting


  1. Teens Growing Up as Caregivers
  2. When Children and Teens Lose Parents to Terminal Illness or Sudden Death
  3.  When Hospitals or Government Threaten "Criminal Charges" When You Won't Agree to Help an Estranged Parent (safety reasons, past history of abuse, etc.)
  4. Unique situation to "Sandwich Families" (Children/ Teens Still in School and Aging Parents Become Disabled and Need Full-time Care)


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