Completed training: March 2018
Other modalities: Provide education and advocacy through a community group You n' Taboo.
When I decided to become a doula, it wasn't taken lightly and wasn't an easy choice to make. I believe Doulas have a vital service to offer the community, not just the dying and their networks but also the community at large. It is a role of service that is able to empower people through honesty and communication and offer support and strength, they are all things I am passionately striving for and it seemed that natural progression for my going forward. I love being able to offer people the knowledge and education they need to make truly informed choices and the empowerment it provides people in a situation that they so often feel powerless in. It fills me with so such a sense of joy and pride that I am able to assist in helping people find peace. Knowing that I have made a positive difference in the life, or death, of a person is an incredible if not intangible reward. I am an End of Life Doula, death educator, advocate and a passionate believer in honest conversation.