End of Life Doula Directory

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Janice Durant

Our elders deserve every bit of respect and dignity that we can offer them. End of life should be given the same reverence as the beginning of life. I had the privilege of being my mom’s caregiver until she took her last breath.  My super power is that I “speak” dementia.  This has been a…

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Molly Welch

“You will be a singer, in that I see you singing songs about the past and…commemorating those who have gone before us.” As a child of some privilege, and 20yr old theatre and writing major, I had no idea what this had meant when non-medical healer first shared this advice or foresight with me. My…

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Christy Wilsion

Christy Wilson

Christy Marie has been a death walker from her earliest memories. She was blessed to be raised in a family that accepted dying as a normal part of life and never shied away from talking about loved ones after they had passed.  She remembers large family gatherings after the funerals of loved ones and the feelings…

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