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Legacy Projects include:

  • Life Review

  • Dignity Interview

  • Letter Writing

  • Memoirs

  • Scrapbooking 

  • Photo Books Artwork 

  • Obituary

  • Eulogy

  • Resources for Funeral Planning

I can assist you and your family in navigating 
the unknown.

I will be a safe presence. You will have the opportunity
to express your needs and wishes so that healthcare providers, family, and friends understand and respect what’s most important to you each step of the way.

Planning allows you to engage fully with life, be with family and friends, and live fully on your terms until
the last breath. Your family will be relieved of making difficult decisions and will able to be present with you,
to grieve together and say goodbyes.

I am in North Carolina in the Raleigh - Durham - Chapel Hill area. I work in-person and virtually with clients across the region and virtually with clients in other areas. 

Review the sample engagements below and contact 

me to learn how I will stand with you and support you 
and your family.

My Offerings

Sample Engagements

Comfort Measures Inlcude:

  • Meditation

  • Visualization

  • Massage

  • Reiki

  • Essential Oils

  • Music

  • Creating a Playlist

  • Holding Sacred Space

  • Sit Vigil

  • Bereavement

Other Services Include:

  • Active Listening

  • Advocacy

  • Informed Consent

  • Unmet Needs

  • Family Relationships 

  • Respite

  • Project Management

  • Planning for Death

  • Advanced Directives

  • Five Wishe


(Clinical Orders for Life Sustaining Treatment).

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Contact Details 919-606-332

Book an Appointment

Complimentary/ Compassionate Conversation

No Fee 30 minute phone or video call

Self Expression

2 hour     Varies     Client Preference

Leaving a Legacy

2 hour     Varies     Client Preference

Custom Package

1 hour     Varies     Client Preference

Spiritual Support/ Holding Saced Spaces

1 hour     Varies     Client Preference


1 hour     Varies     Client Preference

Personalized Services

2 hour     Varies     Client Preference


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Books for Adults, Teens, and Children

Content for Adults 


Accompanying the Dying:  Deanna Cochran 

The Death Doula's Guide to

Living Fully and Dying Prepared: An Essential Workbook to Help You Reflect Back, Plan Ahead, and Find Peace on Your Journey: Francesca Lynn Arnolldy

How to Carry What Can't Be Fixed: A Journal for Grief: by Megan Devine

New Rules for End-of-Life Care:  Barbara Karnes, RN 

Caring for the Dying:  A Meaningful Death:  Henry Fersko-Weiss 

The Alchemy of Grief

Your Journey to Wholeness: Nancy Loeffler

Cultivating the Doula Heart:  Essentials of Compassionate Care:  Francesca Arnoldy 

Final Gifts:  Understanding the Special Needs & Communication of the Dying:  Maggie Callanan and Patricia Kelley 

Map of Memory Lane:  This book is for children and adults.

by Francesa Arnoldy

Staring at the Sun: Overcoming the Terror of Death: Irvin D Yalom

This is an insightful book written by a Psychiatrist about experiences with his patients.


The Book of Two Ways: Jody Picoult

This book is a novel about the choices that alter the course of our lives

Walking Each Other Home:  Conversations on Loving and Dying:

Ram Dass and Mirabai Bush


Dying Well:  Ira Byock 

Companions for the Passage:  Stories for the Intimate Privilege of Accompanying the Dying: Marjorie Ryerson 


Holding Space:  On Loving - Dying and Letting Go The Mortal's Guide to Dying Well:  Cindy J. Kaufman, M Ed 


Children's Books 


Where Are You:  A Child's Book About Loss:  Laura Olivieri 

The Memory Book:  A Grief Journal for Children and Families:   

My Favorite Star:  Lisa Iannucci 

The Fall of Freddie the Leaf:  Leo Buscaglia 

Badger's Parting Gifts:  Susan Varley 


Teen Grief 


Caring for the Grieving Teenage Heart:  Gary Roe 

Fire in My Heart - Ice In My Veins:  A Journal for Young Adults and Teenagers 

When Death Walks In:  For Teenagers Facing Grief

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