Hilde Wiemann is a graduate of CoachU University and is certified by the International Coaching Federation. She trained as a Family and Relationship Coach from the Relationship Coaching Institute and is also a certified Real Love Coach through Dr. Greg Baer’s Real Love series program. She received her in-depth experiential family life skills training, working side-by-side with a psychotherapist for the first ten years of her career. Her practice includes deep emotional processing and attachment techniques. She has hosted many presentations, seminars, and workshops in the States, Europe, Asia and Mexico.
Her unique Family Healing Session (FHS) protocol has successfully helped families to improve and heal challenging relationships and achieve intimacy they never knew was possible. The FHS reveals her gift as a non-threatening catalyst to facilitate intimacy and authentic family communication. Hilde offers webinars on “love, life and lineage" and inter-generational loving, providing profound insights and practical tools to aid in the process of family healing and reconciliation. Hilde has traveled extensively in the United States, Mexico, Europe and Asia to conduct seminars and Family Healing Sessions. Her passion is to multiply her work by training other coaches and professional therapists as Family and Relationship Coaches.
Hilde is originally from Austria and lives with John, her husband of 35 years, at Hilltop Retreat in the Maryland countryside. They have three amazing grown children and one adorable grandson.
Hilltop Retreat is a healing center, a vibrant learning and training facility with a focus on strengthening family relationship skills. Hilltop is a safe place for self-discovery and learning to choose real love in relationships. The transformational programs offered at Hilltop Retreat inspire participants to discover the best version of themselves and then help others to do the same. As people experience real love through interactive education and loving examples of healthy lifestyle, much of the typical childhood wounding can be reversed and restored.
Hilltop Retreat opened their doors in January 2010, with the goal for healing through projects and services to create healthy families that impact the emotional health of neighborhoods, faith communities, schools and workplaces. While the work to this point has been very successful, it only scratches the surface of the urgent need for restoration of healthy families in this nation. Hilltop Retreat is now expanding its successful programs and relationship-skills training to professionals. Hilltop Retreat also hosts small study groups that support and encourage women in their daily lives with friendship and exciting personal education.