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End-of-Life Coaching

The death of a loved one may be one of the most significant experiences of life, but as a society, we are uneasy with end of life issues. Many people are uncomfortable talking about death and don’t know how to ask for or offer support when someone they love is d 80ying. Having accompanied individuals and families before, during and after the time of transition from this world, I can tell you there is no more significant work for a life coach than end of life coaching. I support individuals, families and significant others during end of life, by


  • Companion hospice patients and caregivers

  • Supporting the spiritual journey (addressing fears and concerns)

  • Life Review and Legacy Leaving (memory making: photo album, video, etc.)

  • Intentional planning for the end of life journey

  • Planning end of life celebrations and rituals

  • Funeral and/or vigil planning and personal property assistance

  • Advanced directives

  • Companion hospice patients and caregivers

  • Supporting the spiritual journey (addressing fears and concerns)

  • Life Review and Legacy Leaving (memory making: photo album, video, etc.)

  • Intentional planning for the end of life journey

  • Planning end of life celebrations and rituals

  • Funeral and/or vigil planning and personal property assistance

  • Advanced directives

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