Are you a caregiver to someone you love but can’t seem to include proper care for yourself?
I support family caregivers live sustainable and enriching caregiving relationships with their loved ones while co-creating a responsive plan allowing balance between care and self-care.
Are you feeling lost and overwhelmed by grief over the death of someone or a pet you were close to?
I can guide you to navigate through grief and transformation.
Serious illness and death are too difficult to deal with alone. In times of grief, we need to draw upon a bigger source of support.
I offer you my solid presence and guidance to help you stay well grounded in your experience.
People find support by connecting with each other and with the restorative powers of nature, love, lineage and their compassionate community.
When in pain, people’s tendency is to retract and isolate themselves. By being a bridge in moments of intensity, I offer guidance to stay connected to your community.
“Fulfillment of the wish of many patients to remain at home towards to end of life is heavily dependent on the caregiving efforts of the family members. Palliative caregiving entails considerable health risks for the family caregiver. Provisions of appropriate support for family caregivers can eliminate these risks and enhance family members’ quality of life.”
– Dr. Kelli Stajduhar, Burdens of Family Caregiving at End of Life