WOW...wow...wow!! I'm trying to grab my joy and awe on all levels about how this year’s retreat continued to expand my consciousness in serving others at the end of life.
This is our 3rd article in our 3-part series about the grassroots movement of the end of life doula. We reviewed our numbers from the 30-Day Death Doula Training Primer to see what interested you the most and here's what we saw.
Some people’s interest in topics related to death and dying is purely for their own understanding. This is powerful in and of itself, as we can powerfully change the world one person at a time.
Our classes are a comprehensive and innovative way to learn, integrate, and develop what you have been called to do. These complete Certificate Programs are the first of its kind and continues to lead this grassroots movement.
What do you call yourself? At Quality of Life Care, we have adopted the suggestion of the National Home Funeral Alliance regarding how we refer to this role of the Independent EOL Practitioner. Please review here.
As it may warm my heart to call myself an End of Life Doula or Death Midwife, the general public would not necessarily know to look for me with that title.