I was born a helper. As a child, I instinctively knew how to hold space for others, to create the safety and trust that inspired others to confide in me. I just knew that helping others was my superpower. Not surprising, then, that I gravitated toward psychology as a passion and as a career choice. Over the years, my studies, my subsequent work with clients, and my own life experiences have taught me that connection with others — the creation of healthy, happy, and hopeful relationships — is everything.
I’m equally passionate about end-of-life conversation, education, and planning. As a Certified Death Midwife, a Death Cafe and Mourning Tea facilitator, a hospice vigil volunteer, and a skilled advocate, I can help you reclaim your right to a more personally meaningful, family-directed, and environmentally friendlier experience at end-of-life.