STONE CIRCLES DOULA CARE
End of Life Doula
Our final passages at the end of life can be approached with sacredness, intention, and in a way that truly represents the uniqueness of each individual. We can reclaim the traditions of forgotten days and care for our own in a way that feels healing, powerful, and authentic.
I navigate my practice with a union of intuition, energy and sound healing, ritual, and psychological perception. In any path we take there is always more to learn and new ways to grow, so I immerse myself in every educational opportunity available to me. In doing this I hope to better enable myself to be a powerful companion and resource for you throughout our journey together.
I am happy to meet for a free 30 minute consultation to discuss your wishes and options. I believe in the importance of assuring we have an energetic connection and an understanding of each other prior to embarking on this journey together.
I acknowledge that we reside on the unceded ancestral lands of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish Tribe. To honor these people, I donate 5% of all of my earnings through Stone Circles Doula Care to Real Rent Duwamish.
I am happy to offer sliding scale services for those in need. Please feel free to contact me regarding alternate pricing and packages and we will work something out together.
This service could entail life review, small errands, making tea, reading at the bedside, sound therapy, and unbiased confidential conversation.
I will be there to assist you with health care advocacy, grief support, spiritual guidance, and family communications.
$50 per hour, $275 for day (6 hours)
Advance Care Directive - $50
Includes completion of your Advance Care Directive and notarization of legal documents
Death Plan - $150 Includes wishes for care before, during and after transition. Also includes Advanced Care Directive and notarization of legal documents.
Documents communicate your wishes legally to loved ones and medical professionals.
Guided Journeys can be tailored to your needs whether you would like to process grief, seek closure with a loved one who has crossed over, or to shed what is no longer serving you. These can be done distantly via phone call or zoom meeting.
Compensation varies with request. Please contact me with interest and we will develop a plan specially designed for you or your group.
Vigil and Remembrance Ceremony
Vigil Coordination and sitting based on hours needed
Remembrance Ceremony varies based on request.
Training and Education
BA in Psychology
I studied at Seattle University and completed my degree with a senior seminar project on making meaning through death and funerary rituals
International End of Life Doula Association (INELDA)
In this training I learned the three-phase model that serves as the foundation for the doula approach, as well as an understanding of the philosophy and spirit of service that underpins the approach.
Sacred Death Tending - Cunning Crow Apothecary
The focus of this training taught by Ylva Radziszewski was on the discussion of physical and spiritual biology of the dying process, co-creating funerary ceremonies and rituals around the phases of death, and clearing and maintaining a sacred space to support a beneficial and full passage.
A Sacred Passing level 1 & 2
Under the instruction of Ashley Benem, I furthered my education on compassionate companioning, vigil coordination, body washing and home funerals.
Advanced Care Planning Certified Facilitator
Training with Honoring Choices on how to facilitate conversations and completion of Advance Care Directive Plans and Power of Attorney selection.
No One Dies Alone Instructor
A Program developed by Peace Health to understand how to train organizations and groups on how to assist people dying alone. Instructors guide groups of volunteers in creating a phone tree and system to assist residents within 72 hours of dying.
The Institute for the Study of Birth, Breath, and Death
Completed online training course for holding space for pregnancy loss and stillbirth.
In this training skills are developed to approach the delicate subject of pregnancy loss with compassion and empathy.
Ordained Interfaith Minister
Hospice Volunteer at Bailey-Boushay House since 2018