Spiritual Care Counselor/Bereavement Coordinator
Carlo Griseta began his career in 1984 after receiving a Bachelors degree in Pastoral Studies from North Central University in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Carlo has served as a bi-vocational pastor for several decades and has had the privilege of being employed as a Probation Officer, Parent Educator and Investigator for the State of Illinois, a Teacher/Professor for several Christian Colleges in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Kansas.
Carlo also served for 25+ years as a Pastor and simultaneously served as an Addictions Counselor, Marriage Counselor, Life Coach, Chaplain, Bereavement, and Volunteer Coordinator. In the past 8 years, Carlo served as a Youth Specialist and Manager working in the mental health arena serving children (ages 4-19) in two separate Child Psychiatric Hospitals in Kansas City.
Carlo has served as the CEO and COO of two faith-based nonprofit organizations and has had the joy of traveling and teaching in several countries such as Mexico, Uganda, Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana, Togo, Benin, and South Africa. Carlo served as a Commissioner for the city of Olathe Human Relations Commission where he received the 2013 Humanitarian Award for promoting diversity, inclusion, and equal access.
In 2011 Carlo graduated from Lakewood College as a professionally trained "Family, Divorce, and Business Mediator". Carlo’s greatest joys in life has been as a father, raising three beautiful children to be AMAZING adults. Above all else, Carlo’s faith in "intelligent design" allows him to be passionate about loving his Creator, loving himself, and loving others without judgment or bias; Carlo loves loving people.
In 2002 Carlo’s birth family had the distinct pleasure of having first-hand experience working with a hospice organization that skillfully cared for his dying father and his family.
Carlo has discovered Novus LifeCare Hospice to reflect those same genuine characteristics as a hospice care organization and is grateful to be on the Novus LifeCare team of professionals, providing care for those making end-of-this-life decisions.
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