End of Life Doula Directory


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Jenée Jenkins-Wolfram

I am a Certified End of Life Doula Specialist providing spiritual, emotional, and practical support to the dying, their caregivers, and their loved ones. I began volunteering with hospice in 2007 after personally seeing the significant impact that support could have on the end of life experience. I loved this sacred work and learned so…

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Carol Valcourt

Carol Valcourt is the owner of Patient Presence where she provides compassionate guidance through life changes, loss and death. She is a certified grief coach, end of life doula and hospice volunteer. Carol has experience with the loss of loved ones, pets, jobs and her own expected trajectory.   Website: https://www.patientpresence.com/ Email: carol@patientpresence.com Phone: (401)…

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Sabrina Pickering

My name is Sabrina, most people call me Bre. I am a Doulagiver Specialist, trained to assist your family and your loved ones with all areas of preparation and support during your time of need. After assisting with my Grandmothers care and both of my parents, I found my calling in wanting everyone to have…

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Heather Honold

I am a Certified Conscious Dying Coach, End-of-Life Doula, Eldercare Doula, Advanced Care Consultant, Grief & Spiritual Coach, and Energy Healing Practitioner. I offer a range of services to support any person working through the human experience. This may look like conscious living coaching, spiritual coaching, end-of-life support, vigil sitting, legacy projects, energy healing, and…

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Kathy Bray

While We’re Still Here Doula Services, LLC Kathy Bray has been a certified death doula since October 2023. Her experiences around dying and death began long before 2023, however. She has worked with the elderly since 1987 in many capacities and found her work to be an enriching experience through conversation, assistance, emotional, physical, and…

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Teneil Fogg

Death is one of life’s sacred passages, but in our culture it is one of the most denied, ignored, and feared entity. Teneil Fogg worked in health care for many years until she answered her calling in death care. As a Licensed Funeral Director by trade, she still felt many families weren’t able to get…

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Astrid Balzer

Hello. My name is Astrid Balzer. I am a trained end-of-life doula. I have a Master in Social Work. I have 25 years of experience working with children, families and adults in the mental health field. I retired early and moved back home to take care of my parents. I became an end of life…

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Kalie Reimer

I am a wife and mother to two young children, living in Calgary, AB. Although I work as an administrator in the healthcare industry, my passion has always been helping people. After nearly losing our infant son to a terminal illness, I became acutely aware of the importance of having the proper supports in place…

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Suzette Mikita

I was born and raised in Connecticut. I spent my childhood amongst many activities including camping, babysitting, skiing, rollerskating and ice skating, reading every book I could get my hands on, and being a candy striper where I developed my love for nursing.

I moved to South Florida where I became a nurse in 2002. I have been involved in end of life care for approximately 19 years. I obtained my Palliative Care Resource Nurse certification in 2015. I also contributed greatly to starting the Palliative Care Steering Committee at Bayfront St. Petersburg Hospital in 2016 and I became a very active member of the Advent Health Tampa Hospital Palliative Care Steering Committee in 2018.

It is my sole purpose and calling to assist people in the traversing of the vastly complex end of life world. I look forward to rising to the challenge!

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Christine Soza

Christine started her nursing career in oncology 30 years ago and has always felt a deep calling in helping her patients and families. She has held space and held hands with many beautiful people at the end of their lives, including her own parents. Later in her nursing career, Christine realized comforting patients and guiding…

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