Together with the SUPER CONFERENCE you can treat yourself and your business to some extra support as you develop your celebrancy practice and business.
Emma Curtis offers 1:1 supervision to funeral celebrants, supporting them with their work, suggesting points of further development and working on improving skills to build reputation and better their business.
She is an award-winning influencer in funeral celebrancy working to raise the standards of funeral celebrancy throughout the profession and working to gain recognition for the valuable work that celebrants do in the service of the bereaved. In March of this year she founded the Funeral Celebrants Support Network for peer-2-peer support during the pandemic. She has become well respected for her support of funeral celebrants and her creative writing workshops. Emma is the CEO of Ceremony Matters which provides further trainings, support and mentoring for funeral celebrants and funeral professionals, and now offers this SUPER CONFERENCE for Diversity and Inclusion to Funeral Professionals who wish to offer services that really make a lasting difference to their clients, and that build their reputation. Emma is a founder representative on the Funeral Celebrancy Council. She is the representative of independent celebrants and proud to have been part of the team that drafted the Funeral Celebrant Accord.
As well as being a celebrant, Emma is a certified Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapist, Pastoral Counsellor, Grief and Resilience Specialist with a therapy practice on the corner of Harley Street and Cavendish Square, W1 and an award-winning Opera Singer, bringing that wealth of experience not only to her clients, but to supporting celebrants through mentoring, supervision and further training.