As we make our way through life, at some point we must ask, “What do I need to do to prepare for the end of my life?”

But talking about the end of life is tough. It is hard to talk about death with our loved ones. We much prefer to avoid this topic.

I will gladly help you with:

  • Health care decision making
  • Anticipatory grief
  • Disposition after death
  • Memorial and Funeral Service Planning
  • Life Review


Caring for someone who is dying can be stressful and difficult for family members. We live in a culture where caring for the dying makes us feel unsure about what to do.

By understanding the dying process the “mystery” is removed

I will teach you:

  • What is hospice care
  • What is palliative care
  • How to sit vigil with your loved one
  • Signs and symptoms of dying
  • Self-care while you are taking care of your loved one


For the days, weeks, months, and even years after a death, grief can still be overwhelming.

Grief is like an ocean, it ebbs and flows, but never goes away. So, how do you live with this never ending grief? Through compassion and support you learn to live with loss

I will be offering support groups and individual assistance to people who have experienced:

  • Loss of a loved one
  • Loss of a pet
  • Unrecognized loss
  • Secondary Loss
  • Collective grief
  • COVID-19 loss