Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor
Miss Dilworth is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor. She’s currently licensed in Texas, Maryland, and Oklahoma. She specializes in Grief, PTSD, and Sexual Trauma. She is a Certified Grief Counseling Specialist. She provides virtual therapeutic services to couples and adults. Miss Dilworth is also a state approved trainer who provides trainings for fellow clinicians who are in need of CEUs. She has a history of working with Core Wellness, Maryland CEU Institute, and the nationwide recognized organization, PESI.
Miss Dilworth has a history of being a key note speaker for youth, college students, church groups, women’s groups, conferences, and workshops.
“I highly recommend Ms. Dilworth for any motivational speaking engagement. Her authenticity and enthusiasm about her story engaged and inspired not only me, but the audience. Her story captured hearts and minds to know no matter your situation you must move forward and do your best.” — Gina Darby, CEO, VZND:BY:GOD
“Tiffani, you empowered and enlightened us all. Earnest Love, Inc. sincerely thanks you for being such a great blessing to Thursday night’s support group!” — Chant`e Dent, CEO, Earnest Love, Inc.
Managing My Grief Workshops and Podcast
Miss Dilworth travels across the U.S. sharing strategies and new insight on ways to work through grief after experiencing loss. She currently conducts workshops in Virginia and Maryland. Miss Dilworth is also the creator of Managing My Grief Podcast that provides support to individuals who want to learn more about grief and ways to manage their own grief. To locate a workshop near you, go to https://managingmygrief.net/ To listen to the podcast, go to http://managingmygrief.buzzsprout.com/
This supportive self help book was written in 3 months. Miss Dilworth’s drive and determination to provide an easy read for those who’ve experienced sexual abuse drove her to create this piece of work.
What Raving Fans are Saying:
“I love the practicality of each tool. Many survivors of trauma do not know where to start in order for their healing process to begin. In this book, survivors learn to approach their healing one step at a time.” —Chanté Dent, CEO of Earnest Love, Inc.”
“… an essential and compact resource book that one can refer back to over and over again. …the variety of personal narratives from survivors provides the reader the freedom to supplement the book as a journal or spiritual guide. … it is definitely created for US. Thank you for this labor of love, Tiffani!” —Jodie Ortega, Author of Breaking My Silence
“… a very important tool that is easy to follow and understand. …Every survivor just transitioning out of the trauma into freedom should be equipped with a tool like this. Had I been aware resources like this were available after I left my abuser of over 4 years, the first year would have been much easier to handle. Thank you for providing this indispensable resource to other trauma survivors, Tiffani!” —Amy
“Listening to miss Dilworth on her radio show Beyond Clarity was one reason I purchased this book. Not only does it have insightful thoughts, but it truly helps when dealing with an extreme trauma. I believe you could utilize her 11 steps for many things including PTSD, sexual assault, physical assault, and nearly anything surrounding an impactful trauma. As someone who suffered trauma and PTSD by being held up at gunpoint, these tools truly helped me and I hope others will take the time to read the book and utilize the tools she provides within.” —Ann E. (via Amazon)
One of the most dodged topics in our culture is grief. Loss is a part of life, so naturally, grief is a part of life, yet, grief is rarely discussed. Did you know that there are different kinds of grief? Types of Grief provides knowledge to establish a grounding place, uncovers normalcy, and gives insight on how to start living harmoniously with grief. In these pages, learn about the origins, constructs, and impact of the different kinds of grief.
What Raving Fans are Saying:
The author did a great job explaining the various types of grief (i.e. Anticipatory, Normal). Even though the stories in the book reference the death of a loved one, the author states that, “Although death is a leading cause of grief, other events happen in life that can lead to grieving”. This book is an excellent choice for someone who has experienced grief from a divorce, whether their own or that of a family member or friend. “Two people can have the same experience… one person getting a divorce may feel elated, another person may feel deprived, heartbroken, and distressed, resulting in the experience of grief”.
The workbook format makes it easy to highlight information and make notations. It is an easy read and worth the money. Stanley McCluskey (via Amazon)