End of Life Doula Directory

Need a Certified End of Life Doula?

Doulagivers® Certified End of Life Doulas  are thoroughly trained in all three phases of End of Life Care. Before being awarded certification, students must obtain a minimum of 30 hours of bedside experience, successfully complete all learning modules, pass the Doulagivers final exam, and pass a level 2 background check. Every Doula is required to be an active member of the Doulagiver Membership in order to keep updated with the most current education and evaluation of their ethical practice.

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Dawn Whelan – NEDA Proficient

Dawn offers community end-of-life education, workshops, planning, posthumous services, and mentoring of end of life doulas. Doulagivers® Executive Officer and partner since 2016, Dawn is a founding member International Doulagivers Foundation, World Training Day, and is the founder/CEO of One Last Gift serving terminally ill children and their families. Dawn has a Masters in Acquisition…

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Patti Urban

As an entrepreneur since 2006, and owner of several successful businesses, Patti continues to blaze new trails and take on challenges, finding ways to help families transition at the beginning of family life and at the end. Her new venture, Your End of Life Doula, is a doula coaching service specifically geared to patients facing…

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Nathalie Bonafé – NEDA Proficient

After earning her Ph.D in Biology & Health from Montpellier School of Medicine (France), Nathalie moved to the United States where she trained at the National Institutes of Health and at Yale University Medical School. With 25 years’ experience in biomedical research, project management, biologics discovery, and early pre-clinical development, her passion resides in collaborative…

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Myra Bennett

During and after the loss of several family members and friends, with whom she shared in the care of, she experienced a calling to hospice nursing. At the time, she had been a nurse for nearly thirty years, with the goal always being the promotion of health and life. But it was only after becoming…

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