• Stacey Couch – Spiritual Advisor

Are you seeking a deeper connection with your inner self and the Divine? Let Stacey Couch be your companion and guide to profound spiritual awakening.

Stacey Couch is a dedicated facilitator of the sacred connection between humanity, nature, and the Divine. With a wealth of experience in spirituality, shamanism, archetypes, symbolism, and the mysteries of life, Stacey is your trusted Spiritual Advisor on the journey of self-discovery and soulful intimacy.

Spiritual Advisor for Students of the Soul

Spiritual Advisor Stacey Couch supports spiritual but not religious people.

Stacey is a Spiritual Advisor who supports students of the soul – the creative seekers learning as they go on the spiritual path. Whether you’re a beginner or a lifelong seeker, her compassionate and collaborative approach acknowledges the unique value of every individual. With a Spiritual Advisor, lost souls find refuge. Connection to the Divine is realized. Belonging comes – especially for those of you on the outskirts of popular belief.

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Celebrating Wild Gratitude’s 10th Anniversary!

Meaning of Wild Gratitude

Wild Gratitude is a practice grounded in the sacredness of nature. It is about gratitude for all things wild, all things having to do with nature, including our own nature. Here at Wild Gratitude, gratitude is about more than simply being grateful for the gifts nature gives. Wild Gratitude is about allowing wild spaces, wild animals, wild plants, and wild cycles to direct us to the Giver. Wild Gratitude means cultivating a loving relationship with the Divine Source of all life and our own wild souls.

Who Wild Gratitude Serves

At Wild Gratitude, a core value of being a Spiritual Advisor is inclusiveness. People of all spiritual paths, faiths, races, genders, and sexual orientations are welcome. Women, BIPOC, and LGBTQ+ authors and teachers are highlighted along with authors and teachers that support these communities. Stacey is a person with a disability and she honors the wisdom that people with disabilities and illnesses (physical, mental and emotional) bring.

A Conscious Business

Wild Gratitude is a purpose-led, conscious business. This means that Stacey operates her Spiritual Advisor business in a holistic and intentional way by valuing people, the health of the planet, fiscal sustainability, and purpose equally. Stacey cares about people and this shows in the intimate, egalitarian, and nurturing spaces she provides. Her work is inclusive and co-creative. Stacey cares about the planet and this shows in the way her business is powered by solar electricity, promotes connection to nature, and donates to animal welfare nonprofits. To have fiscal sustainability, Stacey makes a profit so she can make a living, invest in evolving the business, and continue to serve, but her business is not built to serve the bottom line. And, Stacey cares about purpose. Her purpose is to cooperate with nature and the Divine to realize humanity on the spiritual path.

Guidance for All Faiths and Spiritual But Not Religious Seekers

Stacey’s approach is inter-spiritual and spiritual but not religious, embracing the beauty of all paths that lead to the Divine. She has worked as a Spiritual Advisor for seekers from over 30 countries around the world of all different faiths. Her expertise in spirituality and as a shamanic teacher allows her to help you unveil the cosmic design woven into your life’s tapestry. Seekers from all and any spiritual paths are welcome. Rather than watering down belief, this diverse approach to understanding the Ineffable allows for more compassion with ourselves and others.

Shamanic Teacher in Alignment with Nature

Drawing from decades of experience with nature and shamanic practices, Stacey is a shamanic teacher that resonates with the rhythms of the Earth. She understands the profound healing and wisdom that nature offers, guiding you towards a deeper connection with the natural world.

Archetypes Unveiled

Stacey Couch is a prolific archetype analyst, skilled in unraveling the hidden layers of universal symbols. With her as your Spiritual Advisor, you’ll gain fresh insights into your own archetype story, helping you navigate life’s twists and turns with clarity and purpose.

Author Connecting Nature and Spirituality

Stacey Couch is the author of “Gracious Wild: A Shamanic Journey with Hawks,” a captivating exploration of the mystical world of shamanism and the wisdom of nature. A talented and seasoned writer, Stacey started blogging in 2004 and has written over 200 articles for her own and other online blogs.

Ready to embark on a transformative sacred journey of self-discovery, guided by a Spiritual Advisor? Connect with Stacey Couch and experience the profound wisdom of the ages, tailored to your unique path.

People that come to a Spiritual Advisor are seeking support with …

The Desire to Make Ourselves and the World Better

Adults of all ages, from all over the world, and from many different cultures and backgrounds experience growth and connection from meeting with a Spiritual Advisor. What weaves everyone together is a commitment to service, to bettering ourselves, and to making the world a better place.

Life Transitions

Many clients come to a Spiritual Advisor when they are considering or in the midst of a major life transition. This life change often involves a spiritual awakening and/or a shift in extrasensory awareness. It can also be an external shift such as a career change, starting a new business, retirement, change in romantic relationship status, change in parenting role, or relocation.

Challenges of Caregiving

Caregivers need soul care more than anyone, and a Spiritual Advisor supports caregivers of all types. A Spiritual Advisor offers support to professionals in nursing, social work, psychology, spiritual direction, energy healing, life coaching, and more. People caring for elderly or disabled loved ones and people caring for loved ones with substance use disorder are often among those who meet with a Spiritual Advisor. As a Spiritual Advisor, Stacey knows the struggles of caregiver fatigue and the teachings of the 12-step programs.

Faith Deconstruction and Spiritual but Not Religious

People experiencing faith deconstruction (loss of faith in a religious institution), who don’t fully fit into their religion, and those who are spiritual but not religious deserve soul care. A Spiritual Advisor supports people through the doubt, confusion, sense of being lost, and loneliness that comes with not belonging to one specific ideology. In this practice, all questions are welcome and valid. We embrace the wisdom of not knowing and work to find comfort in mystery.

A Condensed Curriculum Vitae

Spiritual Advisor Stacey Couch has worked directly with hundreds of clients and students around the world, and has spent thousands of hours working with private clients and teaching classes and workshops.

2001: Graduated with honors with a degree in Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation Biology from the University of Washington in Seattle. 1998-2004: Field biology research studying seabirds, songbirds, plants, foxes, and waterbirds for various universities and government agencies across the American west. 2004-2006: Office manager at an organic farm and Vet Tech at a wildlife rehabilitation non-profit in the Pacific Northwest. 2006: Moved back to Colorado to study and work at a shamanic arts school. 2007: Completed two-year Shamanic Practitioner Certification training. 2009: Started as a shamanic teacher and shamanic practitioner part-time. 2007-2011: Office manager and horse caretaker at a horse rescue nonprofit. 2011-2013: Sales and marketing manager at a sustainable greenhouse manufacturer.

2013: Gracious Wild: A Shamanic Journey with Hawks was published and Wild Gratitude LLC was formally launched. 2015: Became a full-time Shamanic Teacher and Spiritual Advisor. 2013-2016: Completed professional apprenticeship with a mentor in spiritual direction and archetypal consulting. 2013-2019: Traveled around Colorado and New Mexico to teach in-person workshops. 2016-2019: Co-facilitator of equine assisted coaching retreats. 2016-2022: Administrator and academic advisor at an international school for archetypal studies. 2013-present: Attended dozens of online classes in spirituality and independent study of spirituality, mysticism, and mythology. 2018: Became a mom. 2023: Celebrated the tenth anniversary of Wild Gratitude Spiritual Advisor Services.