End of Life Guidance
Are you or someone you love dying?
First, let me tell you that everything you are feeling is NORMAL! It's ok to be afraid, angry, sad, or whatever else you are feeling.
Maybe you need help understanding hospice or funeral options. Maybe you want to know what to expect or what to say or not say. Maybe you just need to talk about the fact that you're dying and everyone around you is in denial. Maybe you know your loved one is dying and they are in denial. Maybe you need help addressing something before a death like a rift with someone or a family secret or a personal secret or you need help writing a memoir or letter(s). Maybe you just want to color or make arts and crafts and not talk about it for once.
There are so many things to consider. Let me help you make this time easier. The truth is if you open yourself up to the experience instead of denying it, this time can be incredibly special for all involved instead of traumatizing. I'd be honored if you let me guide you.
All faiths, cultures, races, genders, sizes, lifestyles accepted and supported. LGBTQ+ friendly. I support the use of medicinal and recreational marijuana. No Judgment!
Training & Qualifications
I have an End of Life Care and Support certificate from Portland Community College and am almost finished with an Associate's Degree in Gerontology (the sociological study of aging). I have been a spiritual but not religious hospital chaplain and hospice volunteer. I am currently volunteering with the National Home Funeral Alliance.
Availability & Preferences
Evenings after 6:30pm, Weekends