Marie – Marie Naubert
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Marie

Marie Naubert / Marie

Marie Naubert, certified End-of-Life Doula and Home Funeral Guide offers you her coaching services. Marie combines her life and work experience, her studies on death and dying and a spirit of creativity in her approach. She helps her clients reach a level of inner stability during the demanding phase of a foreseeable death.

Curious and artistic by nature, my interests were always oriented towards the big existential questions and the complexities of the human spirit. My life journey includes studies, research and work experience where I’ve gained knowledge in diverse fields such as spirituality, psychology, personal development as well as business and the arts. In recent years gerontology and all aspects regarding life and end-of-life have particularly captivated me and lead me to deepen my knowledge and become certified.

My end-of-life coaching skills are particularly helpful for family care-givers who feel overwhelmed. With the tools I have and a compassionate approach, those in a caregiving role with a terminally ill family member will find the strength and capacity to meet the demands they are facing while keeping their personal balance.

My passion for education in awareness of our mortality to fully access our inner peace is expressed in my blog writing, workshops and group conversations.

– Do we have to wait to die to find peace, or can we have access to inner peace now and at the hour of our death?

“I felt the phone call we had was an anchor for me in an incredibly confusing and overwhelming experience. I have been learning in the time between our call and now how to be with grief and let it move through me.”

A. Gould